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Explore the ruins of a rundown city that was once ravaged by monsters in The Fun of Asmodius.

The Fun of Asmodius is part of As-Key’s Tale of Legends series. This game focuses on apprentice doll master Resett and her teacher Chloe, a master of swords, dolls, and magic. The pair was sent to an abandoned city to clear out the monsters that took it over and ran the original inhabitants out. Though, what Resett expects to be an ordinary monster extermination quest is actually a trap.

The gameplay is like a classic RPG with turn-based combat. The game runs on a sort of real-time system, meaning time will pass as you're in town and dungeons. You can also change the viewpoint in the game from an overhead view to a more subjective view, helping you find hidden chests and the like.

Some months after the commotion caused by the holy sword, Resett is summoned by master Chloe to investigate the ruins of a certain town.

Little did she know, she was about to fall into someone's trap...


Control Resett, and search the ruins to proceed in this RPG.

Times passes in the dungeon and in town as you play

3 parameters are key: Spirit, Enhancement, and Erosion

Spirit: Depleted upon skill use. If you use too much...

Enhancement: Resets daily. Gives you attack bonuses. If it gets too high...

Erosion: Your reasoning ability is eroded bit by bit...

Parameters and events affect how the story ends.

You can find the English version of The Fun of Asmodius on DLsite for $13.15, estimated from ¥1,430. Make sure you have a Japanese language pack on your PC and your system locale set to Japanese. You can learn more about this on DLsite’s help page.

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