If You Have Only 99 Cents, Buy This Game – Infect Them All: Vampires (iPhone) Game Review
I find it so difficult to pry my fingers off the iPhone to write a review of Magic Cube & AQSystems’ latest game for the iPhone: Infect Them All: Vampires. This is a fast-paced 2D action game where you are in control of a vampire, out to infect or consume everyone else in a particular level.
There are several vampires to choose from but I stuck with the one who was more Edward Cullen rather than Bill Compton, it wasn’t by choice though as the other vampires had to be unlocked first before I can make use of them. Anyways…the levels themselves are populated with all kinds of people.
Some of them require you to kick/punch/soften them up a little before you can get up close and personal with the business of either converting them into ghouls…or consuming them (which causes them to explode) for a nice healthy HP recharge. Some can actually dish out nasty damage especially those that are carrying weapons, and some even have special attacks/buffs!
Either way, converting or consuming people nets you points which can be used to purchase upgrades for your vampire. The upgrades are crucial if you want to survive the later levels, with one of the upgrades giving you better minions at the start of each level. How does a linebacker ghoul is better than a ghoul with a gun never fails to puzzle me…oh…maybe it’s because of the stun attack the linebacker has.
It’s quite amazing how the game holds up even when there are over 150 units (both yours and people you are about to convert/consume) in a single level! The game’s primary mode is the campaign mode with 50 stages, and the 3 remaining modes can be unlocked as you play the game.
This is a super fun game and it’s great that the developers saw fit to put both Game Center and OpenFeint in…no doubt it’s for players and their bragging rights. Nine Over Ten 9/10 rates Infect Them All: Vampires at a 5 out of 5 for being pure casual gaming fun, and come on, it has VAMPIRES! The game is available on the iTunes App Store for just USD 0.99. Check it out over here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id472896868.
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