Reverse shmup Vampire Survivors becomes an indie hit


In case you haven’t heard, a little indie game called vampire survivors seemingly came out of nowhere and established itself as one of the top games played on Steam.

Released just late last year on December 17th, vampire survivors is a dual-stick auto shooter that lets you be “bullet hell”. Players control their movement, but not their shooting; instead, the game emphasizes tactically purchasing upgrades to your character’s arsenal.

Who doesn’t remember upgrading heavy flash games of yesteryear? learn to fly, Throw the turtleand some of these games have even come to mobile like bison burrito. While the genre seems to have faded since its heyday on the internet, it’s clear that there’s still a desire to appease the simple desire to buy an upgrade and see numbers grow.

Since its launch, the game has invaded Steam’s most played charts and, at the time of publication, has more players than Infinite Halo. Pretty impressive for a $2.99 ​​game.

You can find an overview of vampire survivors from the game’s Steam page below.

Vampire Survivors is currently a time survival game with minimal gameplay and roguelite elements.
There is no place to hide, all you can do is try to survive a cursed night and get as much gold as possible for the next survivor, before death sets in. inevitably end your struggles.

Early Access Content

  • 7 characters
  • 24 weapons and 14 power-ups
  • 10 microphones
  • 34 achievements
  • 2 steps
  • Support mouse, keyboard, controller and touch screen.

Getting Started Tips

  • Take your time to collect gems and items, they won’t disappear.
  • Only get two or three offensive weapons, but focus on upgrading them one at a time.
  • Armor and luck are good starting bonuses for spending money.

For those who are hesitant to splash the cash on what could be a title of the month, you can visit and play the game for free in your browser.


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