Have you ever though about creating your own hell? (Or maybe you already have!) Now gamers can get creative in Woodland Games’ dark humored survival sim, Hell Architect.
Hell is a dark, suffocating, and horrible place. Maybe it’s time to give it a makeover? This is the scoop on the new Woodland Games title released today on Steam. Hell Architect is a survival simulator game with a lot of dark humor where players can unleash their creative side and put them in the role of, yeah… you guessed it, an architect of Hell.
Extreme Makeover: Hell Architect Edition
In Hell Architect, your mission is to build additional jails for the lost souls and sinners who have found themselves ‘downstairs.’ Hell, like all good (or terrible) major companies, is a carefully managed ship. You must develop the most innovative methods to wring as much pain out of the sinners who will spend eternity in this hot zone under the watchful eye of Lilith from the HR department.
That isn’t everything. To advance down the corporate ladder, you must win the favor of Hell’s finest and most dreaded demons, including Lucifer himself, as they judge your hard work as well as your sense of aesthetics and thriftiness.
A bunch of options available
You will have plenty of possibilities to begin building your own Hell. All the lost souls that pass through the gates have unique strengths and qualities. So put them to work gathering resources and performing the hard labor while you focus on studying structures to make their time in Hell as ‘comfortable’ as possible.
From bathrooms and canteens to shrines and demonic conference rooms, your Hell must be prepared to receive more lost souls and demon VIPs who will continue to descend into your realm, all of whom will want your care in a variety of ways.
Remember that the more souls that arrive, the greater the demand placed on your resources. So manage your workers and continue to develop your empire to satisfy the boss. And don’t forget that if any of your employees step out of line, you have the means to whip them back into shape. Literally.
If you want to try out Hell Architect, the game is now available on PC via Steam.