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Demon Chic
Genre: RPG
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Sep 13, 2013 @ 6:45pm
Sep 15, 2013 @ 9:31pm

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Demon Chic featured on GeekOutsider
Boston Festival of Indie Games
Release date: Fall 2013
"...the thing that keeps me coming back is the sense that I’m traveling through someone else’s very specific creative impulses. It's a feeling that's all too rare in playing video games." - Evan Narcisse, Kotaku

"...The late Roger Ebert famously questioned the ability of the video game to ponder great questions about the human condition without becoming a mere ghost of existing text based forms. A uniquely involving and often wryly funny meditation on human tolerance and difference, this game answers the question implicit in Ebert's statement: what can a video game say that other forms of art cannot? A landmark in app design and an indication of the medium's emerging maturity, Demon Chic deserves to be experienced by every iPad owner with an open mind." -

"As wildly imaginative and trippy as Demon Chic looks and pretty much is, there's a very real base of ideas that ground it in matters of reality that very few games have dared to go near. It's alternative voices telling their tales, their struggles, and those dream sequences do a wonderful job of illustrating them..." - Chris Priestman, IndieStatik

"Demon Chic" is an RPG game about three broke people in modern times dealing with real-people issues rarely touched upon in gaming - mental illness, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, suicide, and drug policy - but with a focus on empathy, compassion, and personal autonomy, all set to a soundtrack of bangin' hip-hop beats and stoner-rock grooves. Gary Starling, his boyfriend Ashok, and Ashok’s brother Devraj live together and just try to have normal lives and get high a bunch but are constantly interrupted by their various hallucinations, ranging from demonic policemen and three-eyed goat-women to giant babies and old men's heads.

This is a game where you will see people act realistically human and talk about their feelings only to be interrupted seconds later by a four-headed brontosaurus barbershop quartet who may or may not exist; it is a game with an entire level based around the protagonist grappling with his erectile dysfunction in an honest and human way; it is a game where broke kids smoke weed with griffins.

The game uses a mixture of the formal tropes of video games and sitcoms to frame the characters’ daily lives and internal struggles, as the game alternates between a JRPG-ish mode (with comic-book-style art and action-RPG battles) and an assortment of surreal interludes in wildly varying art/interaction styles that reflect the characters’ internal feelings, dreams, and fears.
Popular Discussions View All (2)
Sep 23, 2013 @ 9:39pm
Linux Suport?
Jun 6 @ 11:20pm
Any other distribution service?
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F. [Orange Ringo] Aug 15 @ 5:47pm 
IQue Grey Aug 15 @ 1:33pm 
ghostsharks Aug 11 @ 11:25pm 
i luv it i luv it i LUV it thank u for making this :^)
mambutunizwa Aug 6 @ 8:20pm 
Quinterfell Jul 28 @ 9:20am 
Their next game - One Way Trip - is coming out for PS VITA and PS4. Hope this one gets on Steam!
Black Lodge Games Jul 14 @ 12:05pm 
YES YES YES! This game is making wet in my soul pants! Favorited/Followed/ and a big F*CK YES VOTE! Did I mention YES YES YES!?!?!??!?!?!?
Khaleeshi Jun 27 @ 7:46pm 
no no no
WillDaBeast Jun 17 @ 5:42pm 
This is an aberration that could only exist in the mind of a madman on crazy ass drugs... ANd I mOThherFUcKing LoVE iT,
ionutudor2012 May 25 @ 3:25am 
LሂKËበIሀⶈ Apr 27 @ 2:26pm 
Its a factual depiction of life after the demons get in and if you submit to them