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On the 14th I said that the demo would ABSOLUTELY be out by the 19th. After two delays and some dwindling faith, the wait is over: On February 19th the first demo of History of the Demon Girl was released! Come check out the update, download a version, and play!

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Hello!


Thank you everyone for being so patient! As of yesterday, the very first demo for History of the Demon Girl has been released! I'm incredibly excited for all of you to play it and once you have - if you like it - please get the word out as much as you can. Do Let's Plays, write reviews, take screenshots of stuff you like, go nuts! So far, there's been one Let's Play and I watched it a few times just because it's so much fun for me to see this stuff happening for a game I created. Thank you.


Some quick notes: there initially was a problem with the Mac version. It seems like a couple of people may have got to it before I fixed the problem. Rest assured, that issue has been addressed now and the game should run. Basically, if it wasn't working before, please try downloading it now - Thanks! I don't typically operate on Macs so exporting from flash for that platform is always a little tricky. That said, I wrote down the steps that I took this time and that problem should not repeat itself.

Other than that, the demo is slightly jittery, but it's all there and it works and I hope that you enjoy it. Just for fun, here are a couple more screenshots to get you excited:


BEST OF LUCK ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH THE UNDERWORLD!
- SHADOW64 -

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KITATUS
KITATUS - - 61 comments

Great artstyle, especially for a game made in Flash. I find a lot of games suffer "Flash syndrome" in which by looking at them you can tell they were created in Flash, but this doesn't suffer that at all so great work!

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iamshadow64 Author
iamshadow64 - - 18 comments

That's very flattering of you to say. It was definitely a goal of mine to give the game a unique style that was more reminiscent of early Capcom than more modern Flash games. Things like Little Nemo: The Dream Master and Mega Man III were the games that I played for HOURS as a kid, so this is a lovely compliment to receive. Thank you!

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