Book of Demons Leaves Early Access in December

Thing Trunk’s Book of Demons is a deck-building papercraft Hack ‘n’ Slash that’s leaving Early Access this December. December 13th is the big day, and the launch will bring several improvements based on community feedback, new cards, and even a grand finale surprise for those who defeated the dangerous Archdemon. In Book of Demons, the player decides the length of quests. The player wields magic cards instead of weapons, and does battle with the armies of darkness beneath the Old Cathedral. The Paperverse is in dire need of a hero, and that’s right up your alley. Book of Demons is the first installment of Return 2 Games, a series of original mid-core titles, that were inspired by the early days of PC gaming, on the way from Thing Trunk.

Thing Trunk is proudly a Polish game developer and Book of Demons is taking part in the Polish Sale on Steam running November 6 through November 9. This is the largest sale for Book of Demons to date with 50% off the retail price. It is also the last sale before Book of Demons leaves Early Access, so act fast before it bumps its regular price to $24.99.

“Early access has been very successful for Book of Demons. It’s allowed players to give us constant feedback on the game and allowed us to balance and add features according to their feedback. We’re almost sad that early access is ending, but it means that it is almost time to launch the full game and that is what we’re most excited about now.” – Filip Starzynski, Thing Trunk co-founder.

Book of Demons Features:

  • Procedurally Generated Dungeons
  • 40 magic cards including magical and legendary variants per character class
  • Roguelike Mode for fans of an extreme challenge
  • 70+ different types of monsters, with different traits and custom mechanics
  • Xbox and Steam controller support
  • 3 underground realms and epic Quest Boss battles
  • Monthly and all-time Leaderboards, 200+ Achievements

More Videos

  • The Hero of Deathtrap Dungeon Fig Trailer

    Sentient Play has teamed up with Ian Livingstone and Iain McCaig, the original designers of Deathtrap Dungeon, to create The Hero of Deathtrap Dungeon, the

  • Underworld Ascendant Launches on Steam

    Otherside Entertainment has announced the launch of its fan-funded dungeon RPG, Underworld Ascendant. The game is available today on Steam for PC for $2

  • Kenshi Release Date Announced

    After 12 years of development, the "Sword-Punk" open world RPG, Kenshi, has announced that it will launch on PC on December 6, 2018. Set in an unrelenti