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Good Shepherd Entertainment and Wild Factor today launched their mansion management game MACHIAVILLAIN for Windows PCMac, and Linux. The game was inspired by classic horror movies, as well as games like DUNGEON KEEPER will be available for $19.99 from now until May 23rd.

More information as well as screenshots from the game and the trailer are courtesy of their press release.

GOOD SHEPHERD ENTERTAINMENT AND WILD FACTOR LAUNCH EVIL MANSION STRATEGY GAME MACHIAVILLAIN ON WINDOWS PC, MAC AND LINUX

Manage a menacing manor of monsters and design devilish demises for mortals with clever traps and creatures!

Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer Wild Factor have released MachiaVillain, the evil mansion management strategy game, on Windows PC, Mac and Linux for $19.99, with a special 20% discount available from now until May 23.

Inspired by the classic tropes of horror cinema and games like Dungeon KeeperMachiaVillain lets you build the macabre mansion of your dreams – assemble a menagerie of monsters, set deadly traps and lure your next-door mortals inside for your minions to feast upon. But beware: even masterminds must obey a code of honor. To become the most frightening menace in the neighborhood, you’ll have to slay by the rules – target victims when they’re alone, keep the virgin alive until the end, and never, EVER hurt the dog!

MachiaVillain oozes with fun features to let you unleash your inner evil genius. Balance your monsters’ unique traits, then customize your palace of panic to make them feel at home. Use leftover dismembered body parts and other environmental resources to craft new items and keep the manor safe from supernatural creatures and monster hunters out to exorcise your gruesome good time!

For more information, please visit www.goodshepherd.games/games/machiavillain, and follow @GoodShepherdEnt and @WildFactorGames on Twitter.

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