Daemon Club is a mechanically intriguing turn-based strategy game. It is focused on a creative and competitive multiplayer experience.
Daemon Club invites players to command a team of otherworldly creatures with elemental powers to fight opponents for status, money, and the excitement of battle. With a focus on player freedom, it is perfect for anyone looking for an alternative to collectible card games and is approachable for casual and competitive players alike.
The sheer number of options available to players is a cornerstone of Daemon Club. Each player can create and adapt their tactics to outsmart and outplay opponents. Players assemble a team of 6 daemons, each of which can learn up to 4 different techniques and equip an item. Each daemon comes with a number of distinct passive effects called "Tags", and the entire team can have up to 2 perks assigned to it. Players can also learn a special invocation: an ability which they can use at any time. With a constant stream of updates and content, there are countless possibilities for players to discover, create, and master.
- Multiplayer and laddering system. Players are able to test their mettle against opponents to determine the best player in the club.
- Room to collect and grow. Players can continue to expand their daemonic repertoire as new content is released.
- Customize your profile. Choose from a set of unlockable avatars and medals.
- A bold and vibrant art style. Daemon Club combines steam punk noir with a papercut aesthetic.
- Strategic Possibilities. Millions upon millions of possibilities!
- Challenge Series. A special single player challenge mode where players can unlock new achievements and abilities while testing their skills in battle.
- Story Mode. Interact with a colorful cast of characters as you navigate the eccentric Steel City.
- Friend List. Stay in contact with your friends. Talk tactics or chill out.
Daemon Club was originally conceived as a digital card game. When it became obvious that this genre was flooded, the game was redesigned to combine the strategic depth of the CCG genre with the mechanical simplicity of a JRPG.