Angels of Death Will Release on Playism & Steam Soon

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Angels of Death will release on Playism and Steam in less than a week, on December 20 of this year. The game is developed by Stardust KRNKRN, and will be a “psycho horror adventure game composed of four parts.” There are more details below:


Ray, a 13 year old girl, wakes in the lowest level of a building’s basement. With most of her memory missing and no idea why she is here, she starts seeking a way out. As she wanders around, she comes face to face with Zack, a murderer whose face is bandaged and bears a resemblance to the Grim Reaper. 

“Please, kill me.” “If you get out with me, then I’ll kill you.” 

Their strange “promise” formed a peculiar bond between the two of them. 
Where are they? Why were they caught?     
They desperately try to escape from the sealed building! 


  • Consisting of 4 episodes, each containing entertaining and literary interesting stories – A storytelling style that is designed full of 2D game technology 

  • A psycho horror with a crazy serial killer 

  • A variety of missions, including “shooting” and “escape” themes. 

  • 4 games – each an episode in the story – released in one

You can also check out the game’s trailer below, as well as a few screenshots too.

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