My Little Blood Cult: Let's Summon Demons
My Little Blood Cult: Let's Summon Demons Trailers
My Little Blood Cult - Announcement Trailer - Indie game first look
My Little Blood Cult - Demonic Fishing Adventure - Cinematic Trailer
My Little Blood Cult: Let's Summon Demons Screenshots
Critic Reviews for My Little Blood Cult: Let's Summon Demons
The game is fun to some extent, but I wouldn’t overly rush to buy it. The gameplay became boring quite quickly, and I’d only been playing for roughly an hour and felt fed up with it. My frustration was mainly due to the in-game timers on the blood vials and how slow the fishing was. I disliked that, to begin with, the player has a large sum of gold. I spent it all on the best rods and reels. It felt like I didn’t need to work towards anything apart from the collection. The fishing controls take some getting used to and are awkward. It took me nearly half an hour to figure out because the text for the fishing tutorial was blank. I had a lot of times when My Little Blood Cult would freeze when trying to summon a demon, which got annoying since it required me to reboot the game.
My Little Blood Cult: Let’s Summon Demons beckons players to a crescendo of laughter, terror, and jubilation. It serves as a crucible testing skills, fortune, and sanity alike—a testament to the player’s emergence as a true cult leader with an unwavering following and an imposing, illustrious collection.