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Dec 29, 2011 | 11:41 AM EST
  • Daily Feature December 30, 2011

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** If you like our adventure games, please check out our full length game Ballads of Reemus, with full voice acting: balladsofreemus.com

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.

UPDATE:
- 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.

Reviews


spideytbspideytb

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 24, 2013

Fuckin great once again but also creepy as hell especially at night



AeronauticsAeronautics

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 20, 2014

Finished the game and got all medals. He looks so OP when he did his last mutation. He even got the hair LOL.(Sorry for spoiling.)



EulicaEulica

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 30, 2011

Awesome!

It's a little hard now and it was more brutal than last time.



FlamehoundFlamehound

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 21, 2012

The endings were AWESOME!



DragonhermitDragonhermit

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 13, 2012

Mutating alien slug that inherits some of its prey's qualities. EPIC!!! I found the concept of this game to be extremely entertaining and quite unique and it was such a disappointment when it ended so soon. The puzzles weren't too difficult to solve, but did require some thinking and followed logical reasoning, which is so refreshing when dealing with point-and-click games that usually require you to click on every pixel hoping something happens. The artwork and animation was also quite good.

This is one of a small handful of point and click games that I've replayed because I just love the idea. I really hope to see more of "The Visitor". Excellent Job!