Hell Pie Review – Preview

Bad Taste Demon

With a relaxing view of the endless expanses of the ocean, Nate, the demon of bad taste and the eighth deadly sin, stands barbecuing on the beach, while in the background the basic structure of a sandcastle is being formed by a strange flying creature. The dreamlike holiday idyll is disturbed by occasional screams and a completely misplaced and somewhat battered elevator in the middle of the sand.

If you look closely at the strange tin shack, its inscription will tell you where the journey will take you right after the start of the game – namely straight into the abysses of hell!

In this test, we’ll tell you whether it’s worth breathing in the foul sulfuric air of Hell Pie and what else the three-dimensional game of skill from Sluggerfly GmbH in Essen has to offer you.

Once you initiate the launch into the depths in one of the three save slots, you’ll float past a traffic jam toward the demon realm’s control center. Moments later, you find yourself in the role of a horned creature who is in her office answering a call from her boss. After Satan himself has read you the riot act and equipped you with your first assignment, you get to know your protagonist and his abilities better.

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