Nintendo 3DS owners in both North America and Europe will find Unholy Heights in their respective eShops this week. About two years after its Japanese release, the portable version of the apartment management and tower defense game will appear in other regions.
Players in Unholy Heights are tasked with running an apartment building for the Devil. You must find monsters to fill each room and make sure everything is well kept and furnished to their liking. This is important, because heroes will come to try and attack the devil and his monsters. Happy tenants will do better when called upon to complete story and challenge quests where valiant warriors come to attack. As your apartment building and reputation grow, stronger monsters will want to move in.
Unholy Heights was originally released on Windows PCs and the Xbox 360 in 2013. It appeared on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan in 2014. When it comes to the eShop in North America and Europe this week, it will be $6.00/£5.39/€5.99. As a point of reference, the Windows PC version is currently $3.99 on Steam.