Be the famed exorcist Bonaventura Horowitz as The Unholy Society is here for both Android and iOS! So say your prayers and read ahead, what you need to know about the spooky point-and-click adventure!
Developer Cat-astrophe games first released The Unholy Society for PC and Nintendo Switch early last year. The game received mixed reviews on both platforms. While some liked it for the new storyline it had to offer along with simplistic controls, others felt the game had too little to offer. Nonetheless, now the game has arrived on mobile and the storyline seems pretty interesting.
About The Unholy Society:
The Unholy Society is a classic point-and-click adventure that also features elements of hidden object games, along with a few other genres. The game is heavily inspired by the action movies and comics of the ’80s and 90s. It is set in a world that is captured by the forces of demons and monsters. Living in this world would have been impossible if not for the main hero, whom the player plays, exorcist Bonaventura Horowitz. You are tasked by the pope to free the world from the monsters and demons. The player travels through various locations, interacts with multiple characters and environments in an attempt to solve the mysteries.
You can also read more about the game on its official website!
How to Download:
The game is available on both Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store. It is free to download, but only a part of it can be played for free, after which it has an In-App-Purchase to unlock the rest of the game. You can download the game for your Android device from here and for your iOS device from here.
Since it features a “demo” that you can play for free, we feel you should try and experience the game.
To conclude, although The Unholy Society did receive mixed reviews on PC and Nintendo Switch, that doesn’t mean it cannot be successful on mobile. It features a new and engaging storyline that has elements of both horror and humor. The simple and comic book-esque graphics might not appeal to all, but there is a fair share of people that seems to enjoy it. Finally, what are your thoughts on the scary point-and-click adventure? Do you think it will perform better on mobile? Or do you believe it will face mixed reviews again? Let us know in the comments section!
Also, do read our article on the recent announcements about Townscaper, a relaxing town-building game.