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Dec 29, 2011 | 11:41 AM EST
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ClickShake Games, founded by Zeebarf and Steve Castro, brings you the sequel to the 2007 original The Visitor!

Guide the alien death slug through 7 brand new scenarios, using everything in the environment to kill his prey and gain their powers. The Visitor Returns is filled with more horror and gore than ever before. Battle it out in a bloody final confrontation with 6 possible outcomes.

Point and click with your mouse to explore and devour your prey.

- Thanks for all the love everyone! We're stoked you guys are having so much fun chewing up visitor food!
- Please PM us if you have any bugs. If the game doesn't play, please try refreshing the page.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

:) good game

sometimes you get stucked but its a great game however 9/10.
best visitor game ever

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

mutation ending

web then gas then stinger then claw and last mouth

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome game

best visitor game ever


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best point 'n click so far

I wish there were more or at least more point 'n click games.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars


I wanted to love this game but a point and click game like this should be about problem solving. It tried but it failed in this aspect. For instance I was stuck after starting a fire and attracting the skunk to the other side. I tried figuring out what I was supposed to do by clicking on the can and then every other object I could find. I tried throwing it at the spider to knock it down, then I tried throwing it at the web, then I tried throwing it at the skunk, then at the window. Finally I looked up a walkthrough and found I was right, it was supposed to be used on the web, but only a specific spot. When you are held back by the limitations of the game and not your own inability to think of a good solution, that is a major problem for a puzzle game. The animation was good though, I just wish the actual game was better.

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