Crazy Vampires – an indie game for iOS – has been released on App Store

CBE software has released Crazy Vampires, an iOS Burtonesque comedy puzzler staring ignorant bobble-headed vampires, who desperately need your help. Supported by Transylvanian music, those silly non-glittering creatures will stumble into the closest trap unless you help them!

How the game plays?

In “Lemmings” meet the “Labyrinth Duel” meets the reversed tower defense spirit; 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 and obstacles however prevent their good day sleep. Starting with a pure light, the list goes on with light reflecting mirrors, mobile wooden stakes, silver bullet guns, hired assassins or crazy garlic sappers; all of them trying to vaporize the poor bobble-heads.

To make matters more complicated, vampires come in three flavors – red, blue or black with their color determining their behavior. What looks like a deceivingly simple game at start, becomes a real brain challenge in more advanced levels.

Key features:

- Game center integration

- iCloud saves with seamless game progress transition between iOS devices

- 65 levels

- over 12 hours of game-play on basic level

- over 20 hours to reach golden awards

- 32 achievements

- works for iPhone 4+, iPad 2+. Optimized for iPad 3 in a native high resolution

Find out more on the game webpage, which is located at


Crazy Vampires exist in 2 variants:

Free version “Crazy Vampires HD” comes with 12 levels and additional 53 unlockable levels through In App purchase

Full version “Crazy Vampires Full HD” comes with 65 levels

Level unlock as well as full version is priced at $1.99

About Cardboard Box Entertainment

CBE software is an independent video game development studio which has been transformed in 2011 from the two man operation called Cardboard Box Entertainment. Debuting with paranormal comedy Ghost in the Sheet (2007), CBE software explores the possibilities of video games beyond the boundaries of tried and tested gameplay paradigms.

Based in Brno, Czech Republic, CBE software has a mission – “it’s much better to fail while trying something new and original than to succeed by copying already successful games”.

In 2012 CBE software has released a sci-fi narrative video game J.U.L.I.A. and its spin-off prequel J.U.L.I.A. Untold for iOS.


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