Llama Apocalypse comes to Xbox One and Windows 10, prepare to fight for your life
If you thought that zombies could only come from dead humans, think again! VALA, or Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse, will prove to you that llamas can become blood thirsty as well.
The game takes four players and sends them into a bloody apocalypse, where millions of llamas have gone mad with murderous rage. They are gathering in from all the corners with the singular goal of getting you, so make sure your aim is right and trigger finger is strong.
It’ll be important to coordinate with other players to cover all four corners. You will definitely have fun shooting all those mad llamas and spilling their blood on the ground.
After all, the game description alone is enough to awaken your curiosity: “the world’s best mass llama-slaughter roguelike-lite-ish couch co-op twin-stick shooter for the Xbox.”
The game developer will bring VALA to both Xbox One and the Windows 10 Store for PC by the end of the year. No information is available regarding the price tag.
You can also boast about the millions of llamas you’ve killed on the Xbox Live community platform and invite friends to join you in your battle against llamas using the upcoming Facebook Friend Finder feature. As more and more gamers link their Facebook and Xbox Live accounts, you’ll start seeing more suggestions for Facebook friends to add on Xbox Live. Maybe you’ll find another fellow llama killer.
Speaking of games, if you like scenarios where your enemies attack you from everywhere, you can also try out Judge Dredd vs. Zombies, a very intense game with a similar premise.
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