The Visitor: Massacre At Camp Happy

By John Walker on November 23rd, 2010 at 8:49 am.

A nice image to start the day.

Way back in 2007, when the world was still a baby, we mentioned the peculiar, gruesome Flash game, The Visitor. Playing as an alien worm-like creature, you had to eat, mutate and mutilate your way through some simple point-and-click challenges. At the time I said that there was a larger project in the works, and now there’s some evidence of it. The Visitor: Massacre At Camp Happy. It’s a genre change for the worm, now a third-person top-down mutilate-em-up, as you chomp your way through a campsite. The new trailer is below, and it’s well worth watching until the people start popping.

Creator Jay “Zeebarf” Ziebarth has teamed up with Steve “EntropicOrder” Castro to form a new company called ClickShake. There you can find their other games (including the Reemus series), although no information on The Visitor’s sequel as yet. However, the trailer below will give you a good idea of what it’s all about. And if the tent bit doesn’t make you laugh, then you didn’t laugh at the bit with the tent.

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5 Comments »

  1. DrazharLn says:

    A wonderful image to start the day, indeed.

  2. misterk says:

    Playing that original again, that was a funny little game. You sort of played god, with the player being able to save the final human at the ending (I only discovered this thanks to a walkthrough… its hardly obvious that one should want to kill the critter you just spent the entire game protecting!)

  3. ShowMeTheMonkey says:

    Looks great, but I prefer the simplicity of deathworm.

    Deathworm
    DeathWorm
    DEATHWorm
    DEATHWORM
    DEATHWORM
    DEATHWORM
    DEATHWORM
    DEATHWORM

  4. Clovis says:

    Awww! A river otter! So cute!!

  5. Pani says:

    I didn’t like the looks of this compared to the original. What a shame, I loved the quirky adventure game.

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