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Exorcism, but make it mobile - The Unholy Society releases on Google Play and App Store
WROCLAW, September 17, 2021—Cat-astrophe Games, an indie game studio from Poland, releases the mobile version of their 2D adventure game The Unholy Society.
The Unholy Society, the first part of a snarky exorcist’s adventures, is inspired by '80s and '90s movies, comic books, as well as everything else that fits into the categories of "iconic" and "pop culture".
The story revolves around Bonaventura Horowitz - an exorcist who isn't exactly an angel himself. At the request of the Pope himself, Bon, accompanied by a group of his peculiar friends, sets off on a thrilling mission, leaving behind a trail of cigarette butts, empty whiskey bottles, and broken demonic hearts.
The original release of The Unholy Society on Nintendo Switch and Steam was met with positive reviews. Players often praised it for “naughty jokes with broad pop-cultural references” or “full on 90's occult comedy with breezy and headache-free mechanics”, and critics described it as “fun story-driven game that uses an odd protagonist to tell an interesting story.”
Cat-astrophe Games is an independent game studio focused on creating unique experiences – using engaging stories, comic-inspired graphics and satisfying mechanics – that will leave a lasting impression on the players.
Visit us online at https://cat-astrophe-games.com/