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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.


meh. The first 3 ppl were good.

But as u came further, its like the 3rd human i tink was quite hard. I couldnt find the tree squirrel and it wwas like wtf! good game tho but point n clicks are better

Not what I've expected !

As I saw the name of the game and its author, it was full of promise. I was expecting something like the first one, point'n'click, discrete but at the same time, full of gore. And when I start playing, I'm getting a boring platform game.

I'm very sorry to say it, but it's not a great job. First, when you see the dialogues and the beggining of the gameplay it's somehow fun, but it just repeats itself over and over. The gameplay is so repetitive! We didn't expect that from a Zeebarf made 'Visitor' game. The first version is truly deserving all of the fame...

...but this one is a disappointment.

Let's make a comparison like this: we wanted (and expected) a Siberian Husky and we've got a beat-up, boring, stray dog.

I still have faith that your work will be better on the future, it's good you've tried the platform, but, as everyone sais, keep it up with point'n'clicks!

Good Luck!

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may a bug, maybe not?

it could've just been me, but, from the start, things were very wrong. i chased that squirrel well off the boundaries of the platform until it was just us playing tag on an endless screen of white.

once i finally found my way back i was also having problems moving around certain parts of the stage. it was like i kept running into invisible walls.

The first is better

Ok but not as good as the first (everyone hates platforms)



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4.20 / 5.00

Dec 24, 2010
12:25 PM EST
Action - Other