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Final Version of Last Demon Hunter by Projekt Wolfenstahl Released

Indie developers from Projekt Wolfenstahl have released the final version of their top-down maze shooter and erotic game Last Demon Hunter.

The developers behind Last Demon Hunter have decided to release the penultimate version of their game. Last Demon Hunter was originally planned to be just a short test game, but as it grew in scope, the devs decided to flesh it out just a bit more. Since the game’s development was strictly tied to Projekt Wolfenstahl’s Patreon supporters, the likes of whom voted against the creators focusing on the game in a poll, the whole project has been slowly cancelled.

The cancellation of Last Demon Hunter doesn’t mean the developers have not added anything new to the newest and last iteration of the game. Before the final release, the devs still managed to squeeze in a few extra features, including music and a new enemy type.

Projekt Wolfenstahl has previously also released two other short erotic games called Paperheads and Geisterhand, which you can check out on their blog. Additionally, PW also have their own erotic webcomic Deahtblight, illustrated by Crescentia and features plenty of cute, voluptuous animal girls. We recommend you check it out. If you’fe interested in seeing more of Crescentia’s erotic art, you can also follow her Tumblr blog.

Last Demon Hunter can now be downloaded and played completely free of charge by following this link.

If you’re interested in learning more about Last Demon Hunter, be sure to check out our previous article about the game.

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