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The action-puzzler Crazy Vampires has made a bloody trail all the way to Google Play. Gamers can now get the horror title for their Android devices for the low price of $1.99 for the full version. Read on to learn how to get into the vampire action today!

From the Press Release
Android version of a burtonesque offbeat reflexed-based puzzler featuring lemming-like vampires has finally fanged its way to Google Play.

Jan Kavan, director at CBE software, commented upon this release: “We are extremely happy to bring Crazy Vampires to all desired platforms. While in the future we might port the game to Linux or Ouya, we are now focusing on a brand new IP. Crazy Vampires were an extremely important milestone for CBE software because we’ve built the game using a new engine. Right now we feel pretty confident that we can build new titles using Unity engine.”

Crazy Vampires is an offbeat action puzzle game, filled with vampires, traps, crazy Transylvanian music and fun. It’s almost dawn and vampires are returning into their coffins for a well-deserved sleep after a long night. Time is ticking until the dawn and they’ve discovered that a bunch of vampire slayers got there first and set up traps! Now it’s up to you to use your supernatural powers of tile rotation, garlic-based repellent and spider net slow-down, to help them overcome all obstacles and reach their regular daily rest.

The main objective is to save vampires by leading them safely through the labyrinth and into their crypts. To do so, players can rotate the labyrinth parts to create new paths or use garlic-based repellent and spider-net slowdown to prevent vampires from walking into peril. Many traps are indeed lurking for the poor vampires. Starting with simple ones like pure light, things get more complicated down the road. Mobile wooden stakes, silver gun bullets, hired assassins or crazy garlic sappers wait impatiently to vaporize poor vampires once for all.

Features

  • 65 levels
  • 3 different types of level completion makes the game quite replayable as each solution to the level is often very different
  • Over 12 hours of gameplay on basic level
  • Over 20 hours to reach golden awards
  • 32 achievements
  • 6 different types of vampires, each with their own behavior
  • Various traps including light, light reflecting mirrors, mobile wooden stakes, garlic sappers, assassins, silver bullet guns etc.

    Visit the official Crazy Vampires Google play page to learn more.

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