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The Visitor: Massacre

rated 4.20 / 5 stars
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Dec 24, 2010 | 12:25 PM EST

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The Visitor: Massacre at Camp Happy

Use arrow keys or WASD to move, Spacebar or CTRL to eat and ESC to RESTART. Eat animals to gain their ability so you can traverse different environments. Some animals are evasive and you must sneak up on them from behind, while others are too large to eat until you eat a pig or two. Find and eat all the campers to advance to the next level. Earn extra points for destruction by breaking picnic tables, knocking over tents, snapping trees, destroying signs and more.

Control an alien slug as it rains death and destruction onto a sleepy campground. Devour creatures to gain their abilities of flight, swimming, climbing and size as you make your way to your next human meal.

Based on Zeebarf's hit game The Visitor, the insatiable death slug is back in an all new action-adventure horror game. Guide him through the mountainous forest grounds of Camp Happy, as he destroys everything in his path in search of victims.

Featuring original horror music by Sergiu Muresan, game stat tracking and automatic game saving. Sponsored by ArcadeBomb. Developed by ClickShake Games.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

very cool¡¡¡¡

i love violence and blood in this game is simple but very entertaining, although I would have liked to be like the first but still fantastic


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just awesome

Cool challenges+gore= awesome game

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

its ok

but after you eat the first human it gets kind of impossible


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The puzzles are challenging, the style is appropriate and amusing but it seems like the reward for the gamer's problem solving has been left out even with the laughs brought with the death of each human victim.
It just seems that without a story arc that the gamer is doing all of this for no particular reason. The original Visitor game narrowly avoided this problem with its multiple choice ending that could see a human player survive the onslaught by acting as a sudden twist in the succession of levels. That's really the only problem I have with it and take from it what you will but I'm not pressuring you to make it into a series with any kind of story if you don't want to do it because overall it still works fine as it is.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


It was very fun at first but got a bit repetitive and dragged out towards the end. however! did not have the atmosphere of the first one. otherwise very entertaining.

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