|Human Devastation: Guinea Pigs and Hamsters|
|Platform(s)||PC, Wii U|
| Pc: October 29th 2015
Wii U: December 1st 2015
Human Devastation: Guinea Pigs and Hamsters is a spinoff of Human Devastation released for PC and Wii U in 2015 for TechBreloom's series swap day. Unlike Human Devastation, it is a RPG game.
The year is... five years after the original Human Devastation. Guinea Pigs now rule the world. Little did they know that a secret organization of Hamsters have been planning their doom ever since they began to take over. Now that the hamsters have begun their attack, you play as one of five guinea pigs who must help defend against the attack of Hamsters. You could also play as one of three hamsters going to attack the Guinea Pigs...
The gameplay is like any other RPG. In the overworld, instead of random encounters the enemies will attack you from the overworld and thus are visible and avoidable. You have to defeat certain bosses to get to the next area of the war.
Guinea Pig Side
|Lars||Warrior||A fan of the board game Guinea Pigs and Humans, Lars keeps believing that this is all just some kind of live-action fantasy movie. Lars is your standard well-rounded character|
|Steven||Archer||Skilled in little Guinea-pig sized Bows, Steven is the weakest out of all the guinea pigs but can hit enemies from farther away|
|Ethan||Thief||A famous Guinea Pig thief, He's the most agile out of all the guinea pigs but cannot take many hits.|
|Valerie||Healer||One of the few female guinea pigs fighting in the war, Valerie can heal allies and herself in battle, but cannot deal that much damage to enemies.|
|Gary||Warrior||A heavy-hitter, Gary can break through any windows in his way. He deals the most damage, but is extremely slow.|
|May||Thief||A Hamster that steals important files about Guinea Pigs thanks to how quiet she can be, May can go invisible for a short amount of time and is extremely fast, but isn't able to deal much damage to enemies and doesn't take that many hits.|
|Nate||Archer||Able to hit enemies from far away, he can deal good damage but cannot take that many hits.|
- The part of the title, Guinea Pigs and Hamsters, is based off of Dungeons and Dragons.