Vampire Volleyball Released
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Retro64 Games has announced the simultaneous release of Vampire Vollyeball on six different platforms: Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Flash. Based on classic games on the Commodore 64 and Amiga computers, the title gives players the chance to step into the role of a vampire battling for volleyball supremacy against 8 unique opponents.
ďIím not sure if itís a world record or not, but we canít find a game that launched on more platformsĒ, stated Mike Boeh, founder of Retro64.Vampire Volleyball is available for free to Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and Flash users. It costs 99 cents for the iOS and Android versions.
Based on classic volleyball games on the Commodore 64 and Amiga, Vampire Volleyball modernizes the concept with crazy animations and slick presentation. You take on take on the role of a male or female vampire, and battle your way through 8 unique opponents, each with their own unique, crazy special move. Head to head games are also supported.
Crazy vampires that bump and spike!
These vampires are "dead" set on winning a volleyball tournament just for the creatures of the night! Battle your way through all the opponents to win the coveted Vampire Cup! Inspired by classic games from the 80ís, Vampire Volleyball adds plenty of new twists and modern visuals to classic game play.
About Retro64 Games:
- 1 or 2 player action
- 8 unique vampires, each with their own special move
- 3 different heroes, with unique jumps, kicks, and spikes
- Easy single button game play, or full control movement
- Fluid animations and a rocking soundtrack
- Available on six platforms
Founded by two former PopCap developers, Mike Boeh and Juraj Molcak, Retro64 focuses on quick, fun retro-inspired games for mobile platforms and flash.
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