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Dec 24, 2010 | 12:25 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 25, 2010

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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 3 / 5 stars

so much bloood


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Stick to point and click games

not your best game...

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's okay

The game itself is alright. What you tried to do was realised in this game, but personally, I think the point and click - version was way better. Sometimes you just have to move around the whole level, just to grow 1 size up. Too simple for such a long game.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

It came close to hitting my B.S. factor.

I thought this concept of the game was a pretty good idea, a gory puzzle version of Kirby was my first reaction. As I continued playing I noticed that the tiny little animals that would run around started running to bigger animals for protection. It became very old very quick and have to chase the little animals around started to aggravate me to the point of quitting, but I chose to continue playing. The game was very annoying towards the end, and those numerous annoying parts are why you are getting a 6.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


This is indeed an interesting game. Utilizing each animals' abilities in order to pass objects makes this a nifty puzzle game, but creates inconsistencies with the original, which the Visitor could assimilate multiple abilities at once, and after a while the gameplay just gets repetitive to the point there's no point in continuing. Good, but I was expecting more.

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