Vampire Fever

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You're Viro, a ninja who stands against evil creatures! Yet you're a complex guy, instead of using conventional weapons, you spread a virus, which only affects demons and undeads.

Vampire Fever is a billiard-like physics game, which you control your character "Viro"(instead of the white ball) and try to infect by touching other creatures on the screen. The virus is very contagious among healthy, but it has one weakness: If two sick creature collide, they both heal.

As you progress, you encounter with different creatures(like vampires, mummies, ghosts, electrocuting demons, chocolate demons, etc...) and artifacts(barrels, bombs, slicers, trees, portals, etc...) which have different properties/physics behaviours, meaning lots of additional fun.

There are three modes included, normal game (with 120 levels), challenge mode(which include 6 levels and different gameplay mechanic) and a level creator.

mouse to aim & shoot.
r - restart
p - pause

Mouse right click for turning on&off music only.
Other instructions about controlling character and GUI is in the game.



Its a very original game. Hard but not too hard. ^__^


Original, nice graphics! very cute! :) Just loads of fun! 3


The art/graphics on each of the monster icons was very cool and the puzzles are fairly challenging (not frustrating) - especially when trying to get a star for each level.


...are cool thats obvious

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Very original!

The graphics were pretty goofy and nice. I was very impressed at how much of an original game this truly was! I've seen a lot of germ themed games but this sets out from the rest, because it isn't a defense game or anything like that. It is extremely difficult, especially with how the infected things become uninfected if they come into contact with another infected thing. Even the sound effects after winning or losing was well done! It's definitley a creative idea that can go to many places.

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3.50 / 5.00

Jan 26, 2010
1:04 PM EST
Puzzles - Other