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Developers Projekt Wolfenstahl have released the second public version of their original webcomic spin-off eroge Deathblight RPG – Operation Thunderfang.

As a reminder for anyone new to the game, created in RPG Maker VX Ace, Deathblight RPG – Operation Thunderfang follows the exploits of Ferania and Minori, animal-girl demon huntresses originating from an online webcomic under the same name. At its most basic, Deathblight RPG is a turn-based RPG based around punishment mechanics resulting in revealing more sexual content the more the player gets into peril during combat and other scripted events.

The second public version adds the ability to finish the game’s first dungeon with all the associated CGs, events, and battles being fully implemented. Among other changes and additions, there are now NPC girls added to the cells in the first dungeon, the hotel room in the intro has been made more interactive with a mission log, guide, CG album, and a wardrobe feature that allows the player to change their damaged clothes and view their characters more directly. For the complete list of changes be sure to read the change log published in March when the second alpha first became available to Projekt Wolfenstahl backers on Patreon.

The second alpha PC version of Deathblight RPG – Operation Thunderfang can be downloaded by following this link to Projekt Wolfenstahl’s development blog. The developers plan to continue releasing subsequent version releases along with Patreon-only versions in the near future. The game is also going to be completely free-to-play upon the final release.

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