Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God

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Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God
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DeveloperZerodiv
Compile Heart
PublishersCompile Heart
Aksys Games
Rising Star Games
Ghostlight (PC)
PlatformsPlayStation Vita
Windows
Players1 player
Release datePS Vita
Japan March 28, 2013
United States December 10, 2013
Europe February 21, 2014

Windows

Japan June 4, 2018
United States June 4, 2018
Europe June 4, 2018

Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God (聖魔導物語 Sei madō monogatari) is the first game in the series to be developed by Compile's successor company, Compile Heart, with development support by ZeroDiv. Due to the original Madou Monogatari cast being owned by Sega under the Puyo Puyo series, a new cast was created for the game, albeit with many similarities to characters from both the Compile and Sega entries of the franchise. The game was also the first Madou Monogatari game to see an English-language release and was published by Aksys Games in North America and Rising Star Games in Europe. This marked the abandoning of the “The Witchcraft Saga” name used in the packaging materials of the PC-98 Madou Monogatari 123. This game was the first handheld-exclusive entry in the series (though it was later ported to PC in 2018 by Ghostlight), released for the Playstation Vita console in 2013.

The game differs greatly from previous Madou Monogatari games, with gameplay similar to Waku Waku Puyo Puyo Dungeon.

Characters

Main Characters

  • Pupuru - The game’s main heroine.
  • Gigadis - The primary antagonist of the game, having two horns much like Satan. His father was eaten by Kuu.
  • Kuu - Equivalent to Carbuncle. Actively partakes in combat.
  • Puni - A companion of Pupuru, she resembles Draco Centauros
  • Ms. Saffron - The teacher of Pupuru.
  • Lilica - A friend of Pupuru's.
  • Etanya - A fortune teller similar to Witch and Feli
  • Panna, Naan, and Udon - A group of spelunkers.
  • Cliora - The fiancé of Gigadis, equivalent to Rulue, she doesn’t know how to cook because her father doesn’t allow her to.
  • Zeo Uyghur - The equivalent to Schezo Wegey
  • Goldal - The man who hired Panna, Naan, and Udon, he runs a curry chain. He eventually decides to go for the recipient himself.
  • Nicholi - He runs Smile Curry and his eyes are always shut, just like Lemres. He serves as the main shopkeeper.
  • The Great Curry God
  • Currysia - The game’s Final Boss. He told Pupuru she could only come if she had the ultimate ingredients.

Enemies

Much like in the Saturn Madou Monogatari, many enemies are recolored to serve as variants. The enemies collectively refer to themselves as “The Hob” in their theme song. Each enemy comes in 5 levels of power, and is also numbered

  • Puniman family (ぷにまん) - Each member of this family is a living meat bun resembling a Puyo in shape. May attack by rolling. If each one is knocked into another of its kind, players get an exp bonus.
    • Puniman (ぷにまん) - EN. Name - Puniman
    • Punyuman (ぷにゅまん) - EN. Name - Smalliman
    • Punyaman (ぷにゃまん) - EN. Name - Mediumman
    • Punipuniman (ぷにぷにまん) - EN. Name - Bigiman
    • Punyuraman (ぷにゅらまん) - EN. Name -
  • Kijimunya family (キジムニャー) - Unlike the Japanese mythological creature, these are bipedal foxes with flowers on their heads. Uses a healing power to heal itself and other enemies in its vicinity.
    • Kijimunya (キジムニャー) - EN. Name - Sprout Fox
    • Kijimanya (キジマニャー) - EN. Name - Fungus Fox
    • Munyamunya (ムニャムニャー) - EN. Name - Prairie Fox
    • Nyanyanan'ya (ニャニャンニャー) - EN. Name -
    • Gigamunya (ギガムニャー) - EN. Name -
  • Koblin family (コブリン) - Each member of this family is a goblin with a moustache, holding a wooden club.
    • Koblin (コブリン) - EN. Name - Knoblin
    • Tankoburin (タンコブリン) - EN. Name - Lumplin
    • Kobukoburin (コブコブリン) - EN. Name - Knocknoblin
    • Dekakoburin (デカコブリン) - EN. Name - Giant Knoblin
    • Desukoburin (デスコブリン) - EN. Name -
  • Mijinkodebiru family (ミジンコデビル) - Each member of this family is a floating water flea. Despite this, they do not resemble Nomi much.
    • Mijinkodebiru (ミジンコデビル) - EN. Name - Daphnia Devil
    • Mijinkokoakuma (ミジンココアクマ) - EN. Name - Daphnia Imp
    • Mijinkoakuma (ミジンコアクマ) - EN. Name - Daphnia Yama
    • Mijinkodemon (ミジンコデーモン) - EN. Name - Daphnia Demon
    • Mijinkosatan (ミジンコサタン) - EN. Name -
  • Suzunebachi family (スズネバチ) - Each member of this family is a bee-like warrior resembling an older Honey Bee, with a derriere pierced by a bell, hence the name. They each use a spear to poison Pupuru.
    • Suzunebachi (スズネバチ) - EN. Name - Bee-Bell
    • Onisuzunebachi (オニスズネバチ) - EN. Name - Evil Bee-Bell
    • Aosuzunebachi (アオスズネバチ) - EN. Name - Blue Bee-Bell
    • Dai Suzunebachi (大スズネバチ) - EN. Name - Giant Bee-Bell
    • Debirusuzunebachi (デビルスズネバチ) - EN. Name -
  • Toragon family (トラゴン) - Each member of this family is a striped reptilian quadruped that attacks rapidly.
    • Toragon (トラゴン) - EN. Name - Tiggeron
    • Toradon (トラドン) - EN. Name - Hobbesidon
    • Toraryuu (トラリュウ) - EN. Name -
    • Torakeratopsu (トラケラトプス) - EN. Name -
    • Toranosaurusu (トラノサウルス) - EN. Name -
  • Golem family (ゴーレム) - Flat creatures made of chocolate, they will try to slam Pupuru with their arms. They bear no resemblance to the Golem from Madou Monogatari R.
    • Golem (ゴーレム) - EN. Name - Golem
    • Yokina Golem (陽気なゴーレム) - EN. Name - Merry Golem
    • Akarui Golem (明るいゴーレム) - EN. Name - Cheerful Golem
    • Yukaina Golem (愉快なゴーレム) - EN. Name - Joyful Golem
    • Cho Yukaina Golem (超愉快なゴーレム) - EN. Name -
  • Rakkyo Bozu family (らっきょ坊主) - A family of enemies that each float on a magic carpet and may turn items into pickled onions before teleporting.
    • Rakkyo Bozu (らっきょ坊主) - EN. Name - Onion Laity
    • Rakkyo Osho (らっきょ和尚) - EN. Name - Onion Deacon
    • Rakkyo Sojo (らっきょ僧正) - EN. Name - Onion Priest
    • Rakkyo Ajari (らっきょ阿闍梨) - EN. Name - Onion Guru
    • Rakkyo Daishi (らっきょ大師) - EN. Name -
  • Fennikuchun family (フェニックチュン) - Small phoenixes, they will shoot a long stream of fire.
    • Fennikuchun (フェニックチュン) - EN. Name - Phoenichun
    • Moerudechun (モエルデチュン) - EN. Name - Burningchun
    • Moyasudechun (モヤスデチュン) - EN. Name - Ignichun
    • Merameradechun (メラメラデチュン) - EN. Name -
    • Kogetadechun (コゲタデチュン) - EN. Name -
  • Ma-a-meido? family (まぁメイド?) - A family of anglerfish in maid outfits who clean away various items on the floor of a dungeon. They move in strange dancing patterns, making them hard to track down.
    • Ma-a-meido? (まぁメイド?) - EN. Name - Maa-Maid
    • Mu-u-meido? (むぅメイド?) - EN. Name - Muu-Maid
    • Mo-o-meido? (もぉメイド?) - EN. Name - Moo-Maid
    • Cho Meido? (ちょうメイド?) - EN. Name - Cho-Maid
    • Kin-gu-meido? (きんぐメイド?) - EN. Name -
  • Nemuri Nekomata family (ねむりねこまた) - A sleeping nekomata that does nothing until attacked. A cloud of sleeping gas is released upon defeat.
    • Nemuri Nekomata (ねむりねこまた) - EN. Name - Sleepy Kitty
    • Bakusui Nekomata (ばくすいねこまた) - EN. Name - Drowsy Kitty
    • Kaimin Nekomata (かいみんねこまた) - EN. Name - Cat-nap Kitty
    • Gussuri Nekomata (ぐっすりねこまた) - EN. Name - Comatose Kitty
    • Anmin Nekomata (あんみんねこまた) - EN. Name -
  • Leprechaun family (レプラコーン) - Despite their name, these enemies do not resemble the mythological creature, and resemble a walking ear of corn with white gloves. Their faces are inside a hole. True to their names, however, these enemies are greedy. This is possibly due to a pun in their Japanese name.
    • Leprechaun (レプラコーン) - EN. Name - Replicorn
    • Repura Senpai (レプラ先輩) - EN. Name - Seniorcorn
    • Repura Sensei (レプラ先生) - EN. Name - Professorcorn
    • Repura Kyoto (レプラ教頭) - EN. Name - Instructorcorn
    • Repura Kocho (レプラ校長) - EN. Name -
  • Bushidoupa family (ブシドウーパー) - Each member of this family is an axolotl in samurai armor much like Samurai Mole.
    • Bushidoupa (ブシドウーパー) - EN. Name - Axolotl Drone
    • Hatamotoupa (旗本ウーパー) - EN. Name - Axolotl Vassal
    • Bushoupa (武将ウーパー) - EN. Name - Axolotl Leader
    • Daimyoupa (大名ウーパー) - EN. Name - Axolotl Lord
    • Shogunupa (将軍ウーパー) - EN. Name -
  • Hiyowa Elf-Chan family (ひ弱エルフちゃん) - Each member of this family is a sickly elf in pyjamas who curses your items.
    • Hiyowa Elf-Chan (ひ弱エルフちゃん) - EN. Name - Frail Elf
    • Hiyowa Elf-San (ひ弱エルフさん) - EN. Name - Fragile Elf
    • Hiyowa Elf-Shi (ひ弱エルフ氏) - EN. Name - Delicate Elf
    • Hiyowa Elf-Dono (ひ弱エルフどの) - EN. Name - Weak Elf
    • Hiyowa Elf-Sama (ひ弱エルフさま) - EN. Name -
  • Jushinasu family (ジューシーナス) - A family of large, mustachioed eggplants with a rapier. Can attack rapidly.
    • Jushinasu (ジューシーナス) - EN. Name - Juicy Eggplant
    • Toretatenasu (トレタテナス) - EN. Name - Fresh Eggplant
    • Tabegoronasu (タベゴロナス) - EN. Name - Ripe Eggplant
    • Oishinasu (オイシーナス) - EN. Name - Tasty Eggplant
    • Otamunasu (オータムナス) - EN. Name -
  • Nusuttoru family (ぬすっトロール) - Small, furry trolls that steal items and carry them away, running at high speeds.
    • Nusuttoru (ぬすっトロール) - EN. Name - Thieftroll
    • Surittoru (スリっトロール) - EN. Name - Kleptotroll
    • Monotoritororu (モノトリトロール) - EN. Name - Plundertroll
    • Kaitoutororu (カイトウトロール) - EN. Name -
    • Tozukotororu (トウゾクトロール) - EN. Name -
  • Kuroubea family (クロウベア) - Large crow-bear hybrids that shove you away when attacking.
    • Kurobea (クロウベア) - EN. Name - Daddy Crowbear
    • Kurobea Chichi (クロウベア父) - EN. Name - Crowbear
    • Kurobea Ani (クロウベア兄) - EN. Name - Uncle Crowbear
    • Kurobea Sofu (クロウベア祖父) - EN. Name -
    • Kurobea King (クロウベアキング) - EN. Name -
  • Niwatorisu family (ニワトリース) - Each member of this family is a squirrel/chicken/snail hybrid. Each one pecks away at items, destroying them.
    • Niwatorisu (ニワトリース) - EN. Name - Chickmunk
    • Onagadorisu (オナガドリス) - EN. Name - Chiphoenix
    • Chaborisu (チャボリス) - EN. Name - Chickuirrel
    • Kochinrisu (コーチンリス) - EN. Name - Henmunk
    • Ukokkeirisu (ウコッケイリス) - EN. Name -
  • Beruhaundo family (ベルハウンド) - Canine enemies with bells on their necks. They eat everything in sight.
    • Beruhaundo (ベルハウンド) - EN. Name - Alarmhound
    • Kanehaundo (カネハウンド) - EN. Name - Bellhound
    • Chaimuhaundo (チャイムハウンド) - EN. Name - Chimehound
    • Sairentohaundo (サイレントハウンド) - EN. Name - Sirenhound
    • Gonguhaundo (ゴングハウンド) - EN. Name -
  • Norowa Re Doru family (呪われドール) - Clad in kimonos, these dolls walk through walls and can hypnotize their opponent.
    • Norowa Re Doru (呪われドール) - EN. Name - Cursed Doll
    • Norowa Re Toruna (呪われトルナ) - EN. Name - Cursed Doll?
    • Norowa Re Torune (呪われテルネ) - EN. Name -
    • Norowa Re Sugida (呪われスギダ) - EN. Name -
    • Norowa Re Makuri (呪われマクリ) - EN. Name -
  • Mado Hannya family (魔導般若) - A floating magic user in an ugly mask. Capable of sealing Pupuru's magic before slowing her down. One of the strongest enemy families.
    • Mado Hannya (魔導般若) - EN. Name - Magic Prajna
    • Mado Tengu (魔導天狗) - EN. Name - Magic Tengu
    • Mado Rasetsu (魔導羅刹) - EN. Name -
    • Mado Yasha (魔導夜叉) - EN. Name -
    • Mado Asura (魔導阿修羅) - EN. Name -
  • Dokonjo Dofu family (ど根性ドウフ) - Giant blocks of tofu, each with a scowling human face and a slight pompadour.
    • Donkojo Dofu (ど根性ドウフ) - EN. Name - Gutsy Tofu
    • Kimotama Dofu (肝っ玉ドウフ) - EN. Name - Bravodo Tofu
    • Kiai Dofu (気合いドウフ) - EN. Name - Pumped-up Tofu
    • Doskoi Dofu (どすこいドウフ) - EN. Name - Stalwart Tofu
    • Tokondofu (闘魂ドウフ) - EN. Name -
  • Doragonporu family (ドラゴンポール) - Each member of this family is a small dragon atop two other dragon heads, forming a pole. Will bounce on foes.
    • Doragonporu (ドラゴンポール) - EN. Name - Dragonstick
    • Dorangoporu (ドランゴポール) - EN. Name -
    • Doradoraporu (ドラドラポール) - EN. Name -
    • Dondonkoporu (ドンドコポール) - EN. Name -
    • Dodongoporu (ドドンゴポール) - EN. Name -
  • Demotauros family (デモタウロス) - Cycloptic minotaurs that will appear when you have taken too much time on a floor.
    • Demotauros (デモタウロス) - EN. Name - Indeedotaur
    • Dagatauros (ダガタウロス) - EN. Name - Howevertaur
    • Shikashitauros (シカシタウロス) - EN. Name -
    • Tokorogatauros (トコロガタウロス) - EN. Name -
    • Dokkoitaur (ドッコイタウロス) - EN. Name -
  • Shopkeeper family (店主) - These enemies set up shop in dungeons, selling items. However, the moment you don't pay up, they show their true colors as some of the fiercest enemies in the game, even with no special attack.
    • Shopkeeper (店主) - EN. Name - Merchant
    • Nishiki Shopkeeper (ニシキ店主) - EN. Name -
    • Mamushi Shopkeeper (マムシ店主) - EN. Name -
    • Cobra Shopkeeper (コブラ店主) - EN. Name -
    • Tsuchinoko Shopkeeper (ツチノコ店主) - EN. Name -

Bosses

  • Crystal Turtle (クリスタートル) - EN. Name - Crystal Turtle
  • Zeo Uiguruu (ゼオ・ウィグルゥ) - EN. Name - Zeo Uyghr
  • Yoganomaru Ebi (溶岩おまるエビ) - EN. Name - Lavapotty Shrimp
  • Hyoi Puni (憑依プニィ) - EN. Name - Posessed Puni
  • Kuriora (クリオラ) - EN. Name - Cliora
  • Inahottepu (イナホテップ) - EN. Name - Imhotep
  • Gigadis (ギガディス) - EN. Name - Gigadis
  • Karesha (カレーシャ) - EN. Name - Currysia (final boss)
  • Dai Kare-Shin (大カレー神) - EN. Name - The Great Curry God (post-game boss)

Locations

  • Dish Town
  • Oboro Forest
  • Rock-Hard Cavern
  • Cero Forest
  • Flaming Volcano
  • Whiskee Forest
  • Madadel Ruins
  • Glutton Woods
  • Grain-y Wilds
  • Enigmatic Woods
  • Mysterious Curry Tower
  • Restore Maze
  • Idol-Atry Maze
  • Sacred Sky Palace

Gameplay

The game is no longer in a first-person perspective, instead playing closer to games such as Waku Waku Puyo Puyo Dungeon and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, with a bird's-eye view and turn-based navigation and conflict working in conjunction. Kuu has to be fed to remain in combat. Weapons and shields can be equipped. Without them, Pupuru is able to punch enemies and chests. Pupuru can learn skills from Spell Books, which give her skills that can be used a limited number of times. Kuu can also be taught skills, notably crafting items together. Items collected may be thrown at enemies, consumed, fed to Kuu, or made into curries.

Items

Notes

  • Copies of the PS Vita version in Western releases came with a bib, a plate, and a spoon for curry.

Gallery

Characters

Enemies and Bosses