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DEMONS SCORE End of Service

We are sad to announce that all service for DEMONS SCORE will come to an end on September 17, 2014. This also means that in-app purchasing will no longer be available.

Although the game will not function properly on iOS 8, it will remain playable on devices running iOS 7.1.2 or a previous version. Please note that the game will no longer be available for download after September 18. Any players wishing to delete the game from their device are therefore encouraged to backup their data before doing so.

We thank you very much for playing DEMONS SCORE, and hope that you continue to enjoy it.
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Get ready for off-the-hook break beat action. Surrender to the rhythm and tap like hell. Brave furious battles that combine stunning graphics and amazing background music!

* Purchasing the game allows you to play all stages through to completion.
* The basic game also comes with the powers and costume of the first demon, Asmodeus.

At the start of the game, you fight as Serenity herself, without any possessing demons. You can unlock the first demon, Asmodeus, by defeating him. Once unlocked, Asmodeus is available to possess Serenity. Her looks, personality, parameters, and other abilities will change based on the possessing demon, as will the game's music. After the first demon, you can make a pact with additional demons by defeating them. Once a pact is in place, you have the option of having the demon possess Serenity for a small fee.

Story

Where are you, Dad?

Salem, Massachusetts
Present day
Serenity is just your average college girl, but when she suddenly loses contact with her father Dr. Aleister, she sets out to find him at the Salem State Hospital & Asylum where he works.

Serenity arrives to finds she barely recognizes the hospital anymore. Stepping warily into the shattered ruins, she meets a talking teddy bear.

Introducing himself as David, the talking teddy bear claims to have once been human, but when Serenity asks him about her fathers whereabouts, countless demons suddenly appear.

Just before her father disappeared, he had sent a mysterious app to her smartphone.

Known as the Demons' Score, the app is a powerful program that enables her to take control of demons that possess her body.

Where has her father gone? How will she ever find him? And whats up with that talking teddy bear? Serenitys battle to the tune of Hells minions is about to begin.

Game Features

Stunning graphics driven by the Unreal Engine.
Satan's difficulty level soared up!
With severe survival conditions, you can enjoy the game even more stoically.
Helpful items are also available in case you get stuck.

Enjoy two game modes: Story Mode and Free Mode.
Select the difficulty level you want to play. Easy, Normal, and Hard are available, but to enjoy the entire story, you have to... (You'll just have play to find out!)
Your scores in Free Mode can be sent to the online rankings at the Game Center.
Saved data can be synced with iCloud.
* Your Soul Eaters (a special item) are not stored on iCloud.
* You must be running iOS 5.0 or later to use iCloud.

Try to completely conquer each stage by gaining the powers of Hell!

Compatible Operating Systems and Devices
iPhone 4
iPhone 4S
iPhone 5
iPod touch (4th generation or later)
iPad 2
iPad (3rd generation)
*The devices OS version must be 4.3 or later.
*This app is a universal binary.

Supported Languages
Subtitles/Text: English, French, Spanish
Voice: English

Echoseven's comments:




12-26-2012, 07:03 AM
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I just want to confirm if my understanding of the game is correct.

1) The first track of all battles has you playing to your demons beat. For each difficulty level, the first track is similar (gets progressively harder slowly?) in terms of where you tap and all that. True?

2) The second track plays the tune of the demon you are battling against.

3) The difficulty of the first section as well as that of the demon depends on the EXP rating of the character. I guess EXP means experience as in how well you can play the game.

4) What does the DEF rating do?

5) How does your HP increase? Proportionally as you increase in LVL?

I pretty much flied through Easy mode. For some reason, because Serenity, Asmodeous and Berith were my most used characters, I could only use them on Normal mode (especially the first section) or else I die. I guess I just need to get used to the beat of the rest. But otherwise Normal was pretty doable without breaking much sweat.

Now, on hard mode, 5 times I die in a row using Serenity. But I am getting further each time so I'm takin a breather for now.

To you guys: Do you use all 10 demons, or do you see which is your favourite and your your way to the end with that?
12-26-2012, 08:21 AM
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I went with the highest EXP gain so naturally, I played with Belial when i unlocked him, then Lilith all the way til Astaroth was available. After that i just got to Lv99 when i got to hard mode. Then it was pretty much Astaroth til I unlocked Dantalion coz i dont need the EXP anymore hitting the level cap. Im just taking a breather coz Satan is the only one left for me to play before i try to play every character in Hard mode.

The DEF rating reduces the amount of damage you take when you miss beats or get hit by the projectiles that you need to tap off.

You're right about 1 and 2, but in 1, each difficulty level is a fixed set of beats for each song. Hard mode has more beats and a double beat than normal, and has brutal sequences that alternate between swipes and taps, and Normal just has more beats you need to do compared with Easy.

As for #3, i dont think your EXP level determines the difficulty of the first song. The EXP level only increases the amount of damage you can take before it's game over. It basically just gives you more room for error.

In #5, HP increases by a fixed amount it seems, but i cant check now that ive reached the level cap. Then, depending on the enemy and the difficulty level, the damage you take for missed beats will vary.

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12-26-2012, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Exact-Psience View Post
As for #3, i dont think your EXP level determines the difficulty of the first song. The EXP level only increases the amount of damage you can take before it's game over. It basically just gives you more room for error.
Thanks for the reply mate.

But regarding your point above, I don't quite get you. What do you mean by "EXP level only increases the amount of damage you can take before it's game over"?

So that means the higher the EXP, the "easier" the game? I thought it was the opposite.

Also, if it gives you more experience if you use a higher EXP, surely there must be some tradeoff. I cannot verify now but I think the difficulty might actually be higher.
12-26-2012, 08:40 AM
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Thanks for the reply mate.

But regarding your point above, I don't quite get you. What do you mean by "EXP level only increases the amount of damage you can take before it's game over"?

So that means the higher the EXP, the "easier" the game? I thought it was the opposite.

Also, if it gives you more experience if you use a higher EXP, surely there must be some tradeoff. I cannot verify now but I think the difficulty might actually be higher.
Simply put... EXP = Level up, where Higher character Lv = higher HP, and it doesnt affect the number of beats in each difficulty level.

Trade off is that early on, the ones that give high EXP have pathetic defenses in which you take increased damage for each missed beat.

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12-26-2012, 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Exact-Psience View Post
Simply put... EXP = Level up, where Higher character Lv = higher HP, and it doesnt affect the number of beats in each difficulty level.

Trade off is that early on, the ones that give high EXP have pathetic defenses in which you take increased damage for each missed beat.
So that means it is a no-brainer that Astaroth is the best demon overall? Full EXP and near-full DEF.

Also, I want to ask you, how do you play the game? iPad or iPhone? If the former, do you place it on your laps (gripped with your thighs) or just hold it with one hand while playing with the other? Do you use your index finger or middle finger? Do you use multi-fingers as well during the main sequence, or only use multi fingers when the multi-tap huge red icon appears?

Sorry if I am asking too many questions, because I may be playing the game wrongly and could learn a few things from you.

Also, do you memorize the sequence (on Hard) for the stages or follow along quickly? I find there is barely any response time if you follow along, and seems like memorizing is the only way out.

Being lvl 99, what's you HP? 2000+? Does increasing in lvl make the game harder or not?

thanks!
12-26-2012, 11:44 PM
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So that means it is a no-brainer that Astaroth is the best demon overall? Full EXP and near-full DEF.
I guess you can say that. I havent unlocked Satan yet, so he might be stronger. Once you reach the level cap though, EXP becomes a non-factor, so Dantalion becomes stronger with full Def.

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Also, I want to ask you, how do you play the game? iPad or iPhone? If the former, do you place it on your laps (gripped with your thighs) or just hold it with one hand while playing with the other? Do you use your index finger or middle finger? Do you use multi-fingers as well during the main sequence, or only use multi fingers when the multi-tap huge red icon appears?
Played on the 4S at first, then i transferred to the ipad3 and the experience was just so much better. I play with the pad on the table with a slight angle facing me, just like how i play Cytus and Tone Sphere, using both hands for some versatility... And using both hands is actually recommended in Demon's Score's hard mode.

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Also, do you memorize the sequence (on Hard) for the stages or follow along quickly? I find there is barely any response time if you follow along, and seems like memorizing is the only way out.
Not really memorizing them, more like familiarizing with the music. I consider myself a musician (i sing in a band, make music, rewrite other songs, and play more than a few instruments decently) and following the beats by feeling comes a bit natural. But it does help a lot when replaying some stages, where familiarity becomes a bit easier with some parts being memorized.

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Being lvl 99, what's you HP? 2000+? Does increasing in lvl make the game harder or not?

thanks!
HP caps at 999. Increasing in Lv doesnt make the game harder. In fact, it does in effect make the game easier... Similar to how most RPGs are when you grind. Except that Demon's Score only has 1 stat which is HP.

Hope that helps.

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12-27-2012, 12:05 AM
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Muchos gracias Exact-Psience for all the detailed and lengthy replies. Playing with both hands is gonna be a huge problem though. Currently, the only time I use my left hand is when there are the two huge red circles which you continuously hit spread on either side of the screen.
12-27-2012, 12:13 AM
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Muchos gracias Exact-Psience for all the detailed and lengthy replies. Playing with both hands is gonna be a huge problem though. Currently, the only time I use my left hand is when there are the two huge red circles which you continuously hit spread on either side of the screen.
Oh yeah... for those... You can use as much as 5 fingers on each hand and tap away, which is only possible with an ipad.

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12-27-2012, 07:14 AM
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Oh yeah... for those... You can use as much as 5 fingers on each hand and tap away, which is only possible with an ipad.
You mean four fingers and one thumb per hand but who's counting!?!
12-27-2012, 07:31 AM
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You mean four fingers and one thumb per hand but who's counting!?!
You can use 4 fingers on each of your hands and 2 more fingers from your little brother.

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