DemonizerIori Branford


The fantasy bullet battle to end monstergirl genocide! A vertical shooter in the early to mid 90s arcade style of Raiden Fighters, Strikers 1945 and Battle Garegga.

The exiled princess Amelia has turned into a succubus and joined the peaceful monstergirl tribe. Then invaders arrive led by her sister Angelina. Fighting back with her newfound powers of hypnosis and demonization she departs to take on the kingdom in a desperate bid to save her new people.

  • Seven challenging hand-crafted levels packed with beautiful pixel art - defend your forest, fight through towns, break monstergirls out of dungeons, race against cavalry and more
  • Battle fearsome enemy forces - masses of infantry and artillery, nimble swordsmen and assassins, tricky spellcasters and mighty magical constructs
  • Capture their souls - transform them into fellow demons and watch their powers grow with yours
  • Simple game systems reward natural and intuitive play - stay alive, shoot and bomb, and the rest will follow
  • Three difficulty levels - beginners, enthusiasts, and experts can all enjoy
  • Rock out to a gritty, stompy YM2612 FM synth soundtrack
  • Rich retro visual customization - portrait or landscape, low or high res, smooth or sharp pixels, stretch or no stretch
  • A twist on the old monster-slaying​ story - includes free digital comic book revealing events before the game

“absolutely fantastic. It is unique and worth your time...I love this visual hit me with nostalgia in a way that a lot of these...'nostalgic' games just don't do for me”

The Electric Underground

“everything is measured to the millimeter so that the experience is as satisfactory as of my games of the year....Iori Branford has graduated with a superb degree, unashamed, profound, intelligent, full of justice and feeling.”

Isla de Monos

“Demonizer is a very entertaining STG for new players to the genre...does a really good job accompanying with a simple tutorial, easy mechanics and makes it very quick to practice any level you want.”

Bit Game Reviews

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