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Homeless Demon King MOD APK 3.35 (God Mode) Download

Homeless Demon King MOD APK is a role-playing game from the publisher Studio Drill. You play as a Demon King who was defeated by humans and lost the castle. To restore his lost honor and regain a bright life, he must find all ways to regain the castle.

Introduce about Homeless Demon King

Crying Demon King trying to regain the lost castle

The unseen story about Demon King

A year has passed since the day the Demon King and his castle were destroyed by humans and he had no place to return. To have a place to live and have money to live, Demon King had to work part-time for a convenience store in the neighborhood. But he couldn’t be left alone, day by day the thugs kept finding excuses to tease and insult him in all sorts of ways. Everything including bad and luck came rushing in, causing our Demon King to get intense stress and start… hair loss. Hair felt out a few strands at first, then in patches. Demon King, who was originally not beautiful, had lost all his form and was even bald. So, his elf friend ended up abandoning him because “I don’t want to date a bald guy”.

In his despair, he heard an echo from the depths of his soul and suddenly realized the cause of all this loss, suffering, and misery: “It’s all because of people, they have taken my castle, bringing me into this tragic misery. I’ll take back the demon king’s castle no matter what, I swear!”

So, in the game, you, Demon King will join his henchman, a mushroom devil, to fight each enemy in turn to find a way to regain the lost castle. Demon King’s enemies in the game are things that are also bullshit and weird as this story: Keyboard Warrior, Gold Piggy Bank, Drunkard, Mobster, Knifing Robber, Duel wielding Chef or Gambler… After a battle with one of these characters, you will get a lot of bonuses, this is money saved up to later regain “home”.

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A Link Between Worlds 3DS & CIA Download

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds belongs to the series The Legend of Zelda. In this part, you still play the role of a legendary hero, Link, who is on a mission to rescue Princess Zelda held captive by a cunning and malicious painter, Yuga.

Overview information

NameThe Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Updated On
PublisherNintendo
ConsoleNintendo 3DS
ROM Type3DS
Size711M

Uncover huge secrets between two worlds with Link!

But the enemy this time is completely different

As you know, any part of The Legend of Zelda tells a story about a hero saving a beauty (except for the super bullshit Tri Force Heroes). Just the villain and the final boss of each part are different in respect of skills, malice, arrangement of the soldiers, and trusted minions. Following the same plot, in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, a young man named Link goes to save Princess of Hyrule, Zelda.

The villain this time is quite mysterious, is a dark painter named Yuga with the technique of turning people into wall paintings. And the hero Link, still appearing cheerful and a bit naive, is now apprenticed at a blacksmith’s house in the kingdom.

One day, Yuga got mad and kidnapped the priestess Seres and Princess Zelda to pressure the King of Hyrule. Link is summoned urgently to find Yuga’s whereabouts and rescue Princess Zelda and priestess Seres before the kingdom falls into the hands of the wicked.

With a simple, easy-to-understand, uncluttered narrative, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has taken players in turn through twist plots, from which earth-shattering secrets unfold one by one. There are parts where Link is “stabbed in the back” because of an unexpected twist, for example, a mutual blacksmith apprentice friend turns out to be Yuga’s henchman installed to spy on Link. It hurts, doesn’t it? 

Overall, the storyline is seamless, highly logical, informative but not confusing. It is generally quite deep, with many touching scenes, such as the part where the priestess Seres sacrificed herself for Princess Zelda.