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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Game Released!
Video added newly!
Release date: December 7th 2017
Coffee-break roguelike themed after Japanese folklore tales.

Your computer gets the ability to summon and trap yōkai - numerous spirits that have been living hidden among us (until now). Admire them and give them witty nicknames and then put them in the brutal ever-changing dungeon to try and summon even more yōkai! Spooky cute graphics and powders made from various body parts included.

  • Traditional roguelike, simple and to the point
  • Spooky cute pixel-art graphics
  • Huge variety of playable characters
  • Fancy "ō" letter that destroys our SEO (Yodanji and yokai, anyone?)

* Screenshots do not represent the final look of the PC version.

KEMCO is a video game publishing company specializing in handheld JRPG games. By focusing on immersive narratives and quality gameplay we strive to continually design gaming experiences both seasoned and new gamers alike can enjoy while advancing the genre to a whole new level.
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KEMCO  [author] Dec 6, 2017 @ 6:34pm 
Yes, Yōdanji is finally available on Steam!

You can already download it from here!
CJStrawman Jun 30, 2017 @ 2:07am 
Since greenlight is over, can you still add it to steam?
Nyarlathotep Jun 11, 2017 @ 6:57pm 
if anyone wonder how is gameplay of this game: is similar to the "dungeonup" for steam, just classic rogue like where you enter next levels and the difficulty increases.
Nyarlathotep Jun 11, 2017 @ 6:52pm 
its sad steam greenlight has ended just now, I want this game on steam! i have it on the android phone and is a lot of fun to play! please port it before steam greenlight ends.
The GDWC Apr 11, 2017 @ 6:11am 
Neat roguelike!

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Good luck with the development!
Lord Gek Apr 9, 2017 @ 6:55am 
Here is a quick vid of the Android version which, having played the iOS version myself, is identical and likely exactly what the Steam version will be:
Kristy Blackclaw Apr 7, 2017 @ 1:22pm 
A video seem be added but it don't tell much.
The graphic seem basic and too colorful. (that little weird and probably like more detailled)
I follow, i wanna learn more.
CooperTeam Apr 2, 2017 @ 5:53pm 
No video, no vote. Need to see how the gameplay will work. Not enogh you explain it. Sure, looks good, and like the NES style myself. But need ot see exactly what's going on.
tiduscrying Apr 2, 2017 @ 10:41am 
This looks really cute! I know a lot of people are whining about no gameplay being present, but if you want to experience the game, go look up the android version. It is also a roguelike, so there isn't much new ground to break as far as mechanics go, really. That being said though, I am a sucker for both classic and new roguelikes, and this looks pretty good! I like the idea of playing as different Yokai and fighting different yokai. I can't say I'd prefer this version over a console port or the existing mobile port, but having it as an option would be very cool nonetheless!
Товарищъ Apr 1, 2017 @ 11:58am 
Да :pilothelmet: