Vampires are the new zombies.
Whether it’s teen sensation Edward Cullen from Twilight or TV’s The Vampire Diaries, the blood-sucking cretins have exploded in popularity in recent years. But unlike zombies, they haven’t quite seen the same success in games. Yet.
Vampire Saga: Pandora’s Box aimed to change all that by placing the toothy terrors in a hidden object game. Released in 2009 on PC, the addictive puzzler became a hit with casual players and has even launched on Apple’s App Store since.
Now Focus Multimedia is bringing the sequel, Vampire Saga 2: Welcome to Hell Lock, to retail. Boasting a budget price of £10.20 and arriving as part of the publisher’s Collector’s Edition label, the game allows players to explore spooky locations and uncover hidden items.
It also includes two full bonus games 1001 Nights and The Treasures of Montezuma as an added bonus, on top of concept art and wallpapers on the disc.
Players find themselves wandering an abandoned town in Vampire Saga 2. They must solve puzzles and search for clues in order to escape. With plenty of puzzles, high-resolution visuals, casual and expert difficulty settings and a budget price, the game will draw in both vampire fans and casual players.