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Demonophobia is a GuroSurvival Horror game with more emphasis on the Horror aspect and much less on the Survival aspect.
You play as a girl named Sakuri Kunikai, who, after jokingly pretending to summon a demon to get revenge for some reason, wakes up to find herself dumped in Hell. Not surprisingly, Hell is full of deathtraps and demons that only desire to cause grievous bodily harm, including a large hulking thing that looks like a distant relative of a certain geometry-based monster that is constantly hunting her down. And she's pretty much powerless, but she seems to have help from a small, mysterious demon in blue who offers her advice and gives her a chance to flee.
And so begins Sakuri's quest to escape from Hell.
The game features lots of death traps with long, elaborate cutscenes that come suddenly just by taking a wrong turn, finishing Sakuri off in brutal ways, who, being conscious the whole time, will revive a few days later to try again from the beginning of the level and a healthy dose of amnesia. Discretion is advised.
Demonophobia Game English Translation
It has a sequel, Xenophobia, which released a couple of betas before the developer vanished from the Internet. It plays more like a traditional Survival-Horror game with less instant death traps and actually giving the protagonist a way to fight back.
Download here, if you are interested.
Download the Xenophobia beta here
Read the translated script of the game here. The same person has recently released an English patch for the game here, though it's still in testing. The download link above leads to a english patched version.
Demonophobia Game English Subtitles
Tropes used in Demonophobia include:
- Absurdly Spacious Sewer: Level 3 is rather sewer-like.
- A Date with Rosie Palms: Several kinds of monsters will use attacks that cause Sakuri to become sexually aroused, forcing her to masturbate if her arousal reaches unbearable levels.
- An Axe to Grind: The butcher carries a meat cleaver that may as well be an axe due to its size.
- And I Must Scream: Every time she dies, Sakuri takes three days to recover from it, remaining conscious the entire time.
- Also, the (suprisingly not gruesome) death where Sakuri gets turned into stone.
- Author Appeal: Makers of hard games are called sadists. This one likely plays it literally.
- The game is both unnecessarily hard and sadistic to its main character. Of course, that's supposed to be part of the appeal.
- BFG: Satan has a Kamehame Hadoken attack emitted from his navel that vaporizes anything caught in it.
- Bolivian Army Ending: The last we see of Sakuri is her running away from a mook. And another girl is now in Hell.
- Bottomless Bladder: Averted. In one level she needs to go. And can actually die if she does it wrong. If she pees normally, a parasite enters her body through her privates and feasts on her insides. If she pisses her panties she survives.
- Break the Cutie: The entire damned game is one of these for Sakuri.
- Bring My Brown Pants: In several situations, Sakuri can be seen wetting herself in fear or pain, particularly when she is about to be killed.
- Bullet Hell: The final boss of the game is all about this.
- Captain Ersatz: Lucifer/The Butcher bears a certain resemblance to Pyramid Head.
- Chainsaw Good: Mixed with Groin Attack.
- Chunky Salsa Rule: Most of the ways to die, sometimes leaving Sakuri as something that really resembles chunky salsa.
- Clean Cut: Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
- Controllable Helplessness: A lot of monsters in the game force you into this state.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Many of Sakuri's deaths define this trope.
- Death Is a Slap on The Wrist: Dying restores you to full health and might even reduce backtracking time in some cases. It usually results in watching a long animation and being taken back to the beginning of the level, however.
- There's also a plot-based reason for this. Namely, that Ritz is kind of a dick.
- Subverted for Sakuri: When she dies, she takes three days going through extreme pain to recover, but the players don't see this happen.
- Death of a Thousand Cuts: Surprisingly possible, as normal enemies don't take off that much health. Some enemies have to gang up on you to cause an instant-kill.
- Descending Ceiling: The first extended cutscene death.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Averted. Sakuri almost always needs the boss's one weakness to take it down, and she usually just has to wait for the boss to either get bored and go away or otherwise escape when there's a chance to do so, and even then it's not that easy. Even when you face the Big Bad, he just gets bored and runs off before Sakuri can finish him off.
- Disintegrator Ray: Dying by one of the uterus-like boss' projectiles results in disintegration, except for Sakuri's uterus, nipples and tongue.
- Supposedly, it's the personification of lust, Asmodeus. There's only a few parts of her it wants.
- Downer Ending: And then some..
- Drop in Nemesis: If you don't solve a puzzle in stage 2 correctly, Satan warps in and punches Sakuri's guts out.
- Everything Trying to Kill You: Taken Up to Eleven.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: Sakuri's fiddling around got herself, her mother, and her sister sent to Hell.
- Fake Difficulty: The game has a lot of this and apparently revels in it.
- False Friend: Ritz.
- Fan Service: Most obvious during the last level, where Sakuri is completely naked.
- Fan Disservice: One might argue that watching her brutally killed while being completely naked is a disservice.
- Fan Sequel: Xenophobia, until the creator of Demonophobia started helping on development.
- Fan Translation: There are Chinese and Russian patches out for the game, and an English patch is under way.
- Fire and Brimstone Hell: Averted. Hell looks more like a desolate dungeon than anything else. Also involved are a sewer and Sakuri's house. Of course, this could all be a result of Sakuri's Self-Inflicted Hell.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: If you go into the light in one area, you'll get 'cubed' like that one poor bastard from the Resident Evil movie.
- Fridge Horror: So we learn that you can't die in Hell. If your body gets destroyed, each piece is going to feel that pain for eternity. In that case, what is that corpse doing in the early stages? It's alive. And the pieces of flesh and gore are also alive going through intense pain. In fact, why are most of the walls in this game red?!
- Answer: No one else has a certain blue demon putting them together again.
- From Bad to Worse: Very, very worse.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: This happens when Sakuri's memories of all her deaths come flooding back.
- Gorn: Very much of it.
- Groin Attack: One of the first traps Sakuri encounters is a wooden horse which comes up between her legs, striking her in the crotch. This does moderate damage to her and immobilizes her for a short time as she holds herself and whimpers in pain.
- Later in the game, there is another version of this trap - except it's made of steel and has serrated blades on the edge. One hit from this kills Sakuri instantly; she will fall to the ground instantly, holding herself and shuddering as she bleeds to death from the crotch.
- Half the Woman She Used To Be: Several traps slice Sakuri cleanly in half, killing her instantly.
- In one instance, if caught by Lucifer, he will raise a katana in between Sakuri's thighs, causing her to urinate in fear as the blade touches her genitals, after which he slices in her half from crotch to head, killing her.
- One death trap actually cubes her a la laser grid.
- Hand or Object Underwear: In the final level, when Sakuri is completely naked, she covers her breasts and genitalia with her hands.
- Have a Nice Death: Everything but a Death of a Thousand Cuts outside of a boss fight kills Sakuri in some horrifying way. And even some of THOSE will get her killed in such a way too.
- Hope Spot: Halfway through the game, Sakuri returns home. Unfortunately, it's been sucked into hell right along with her and her family, as Sakuri discovers to her horror.
- Human Popsicle: What happens to you if you're too long getting past the freon sprayers during the final Lucifer chase. You have to do this to Lucifer in order to stop him from chasing you.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Sakuri's mother is one by the time you run into her again. Of course, she's not entirely human when you meet her at that point. Predictably, Sakuri can die this way too.
- It gets worse/better/more fucked up, if you look closely, you can see her mom is enjoying her meal starting at her genitals.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: The first deathtrap is a pitfall onto nasty spikes, Mortal Kombat style.
- Another trap has a massive wooden spike impale Sakuri through the stomach. She will then slump against the spike, and visibly urinate herself as she dies.
- Yet another spike trap shoots a steel spike up in between Sakuri's legs, impaling her through her vagina and out her mouth, killing her instantly.
- Implacable Man: Lucifer. The only way you can avoid him is by crawling past him, since he's completely blind. Getting caught by him will cause Sakuri to be brutally killed.
- Joshikousei: Sakuri.
- Just Eat Her: Then digest her.
- Kaizo Trap: A number of them. You'll need to flee a couple boss rooms quickly upon their defeat if you don't want to die.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Lucifer sometimes uses one.
- Let's Play: There are a few out there, usually adding horror game music. Some of them have resulted in Youtube accounts being taken down.
- Literally Shattered Lives: Sometimes the Human Popsicle and Taken for Granite result in this.
- The Many Deaths of You: What method of death hasn't been used on Sakuri?
- Meaningful Name: Sakuri is a Japanese onomatopoeia of when a hard object is split in two. Her full name also sounds similar to kurikae saguri, which means 'constantly repeating search'.
- Music and Sound Effects: Averted, there is absolutely no sound nor music in-game.
- Naughty Tentacles: Several of Sakuri's deaths involve her being humiliated and killed by tentacles, or tentacle-like objects.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Even if Sakuri could get back home, the summoning ritual pulled her house and family down into Hell with her.
- No Dead Body Poops: A few deaths, such as the noose in Xenophobia or Satan breaking Sakuri's neck in Demonophobia will be followed by the girl wetting herself.
- Nothing Is Scarier: This game is completely silent.
- Off with Her Head: One of the ways Lucifer kills Sakuri is to simply decapitate her with a single stroke from an axe.
- Among other things. Decapitation is probably the nicest thing he'll do.
- Orifice Evacuation: Combined with the one below.
- Orifice Invasion: Including outright rape.
- Over the Shoulder Murder Shot: There's a scene like this when Sakuri, just as she thinks she's finally home and free of the nightmare of Hell, finds her demon-possessed mother chowing down on her sister.
- Overly-Long Fighting Animation: Not as much 'fighting' as 'massacre' but otherwise, same thing.
- Press X to Not Die: Combined with A Date with Rosie Palms in one of the squickiest examples of this ever.
- Reset Button: The R key.
- Resurrective Immortality: This game milks this for all the High Octane Nightmare Fuel that it's worth. Since she's escaping Hell, Sakuri can get bumped off any number of insidiously gruesome and disgusting ways, come back three days later completely conscious of the resurrection process but with no memory of just how she died and try again. And eventually, the Big Bad shoves all the memories of her various deaths back into her head at one point, giving her a Heroic BSOD that would cripple just about anyone.
- The Reveal: In the final showdown, the Big Bad reveals that he's been suppressing Sakuri's memories the whole time to keep her moving along. Upon being defeated, he restores these memories. Sakuri doesn't handle it very well.
- Ryona: Demonophobia is one of the most infamous Ryonage (Ryona Games) on the internet.
- Satan: The name of the muscular butcher who hunts you is named Lucifer.
- The entity that punches the living out of Sakuri if she doesn't complete a puzzle the right way is Satan, who is also a boss of the second stage.
- Self-Inflicted Hell: At the end, Ritz hints at the possibility that everything Sakuri has gone through was a product of this and Your Mind Makes It Real.
- Seven Deadly Sins: Each boss is named after one of the seven demons.
- Stage 1 Boss: Envy - Leviathan
- Stage 2 Boss: Wrath - Satan
- Stage 3 Mid-boss: Greed - Mammon
- Stage 3 Boss: Sloth - Belphegor
- Stage 4 Boss: Lust - Asmodeus
- Stage 5 Boss: Gluttony - Beelzebub
- Stage 6 Boss: Pride - Lucifer
- Shoot the Shaggy Dog: For all Sakuri goes through, she gets rewarded by being trapped naked in Hell with no way to escape until someone unwittingly tries to summon Ritz. And thanks to the Year Inside, Hour Outside mechanics of Hell, she's going to have to wait for an extremely long time for that to be even remotely possible. And also has the memories of every time she died fully restored from her.
- Spell My Name with an 'S': Ritz is just one possible way to say the helpful demon's name.
- A reading of the katakana would render it 'Reese'.
- Stripped to the Bone: Sometimes, after being Stripped To The Skin.
- Taken for Granite: Mammon does this.
- The Stinger: Ends with a police report saying Sakuri's home is a smoking crater and there's some dead bodies in the park. And also Ritz wasn't lying when he said he'd have someone else to free him in due time.
- This Loser Is You: As far as Survival Horror goes, Sakuri is as weak and unskilled as they come, not even being able to throw things very far.
- To Hell and Back: More 'Hell' than 'back', actually.
- Trial and Error Gameplay: Most of the traps have no warning, so you'll have to die to them before you know they're there.
- The current demo of the sequel suggests this will not be as big an issue.
- What Do You Mean, It's Not Symbolic?: Okay, seriously, either that bizarre vagina-demon-boss represents some strange psycho-sexual concept, or the creator just wanted to include giant female genitalia in his game.
- It's also worth mentioning that it spits out what looks like semen. And that you have to stab it.
- That boss is the demonic manifestation of the deadly sin Lust. Hence his appearance and how it.. ahem.. affects Sakuri.
- Also, the stage after that, where Sakuri's mom is eating her sister, and everything else in the level wants to nom on you, and the fact it looks like the level is DIGESTED at the end of it? Obviously the whole place is symbolic for gluttony.
- Xanatos Gambit: The Big Bad, aka Ritz, is encouraging her along so she'll be in a position to be fully summoned back to Earth. Even if it doesn't work out, at least he can have fun watching Sakuri die repeatedly.
- You Bastard: Ritz points out that all of this is for the entertainment of 'The Shadow People'. Namely, the people playing the game.
- You Can't Go Home Again: Level 5 reveals that her entire house, as well as her mother and sister, have been sucked down into hell. Sakuri's mother seems to have adjusted just fine to life in Hell, and is first seen munching on the remains of Sakuri's sister. Also Year Inside, Hour Outside makes her return back home something that won't happen for a very long time.
Demonophobia Game English Movie
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