While aliens, monsters, and zombies have attempted to take over the world in several movies and games, a new 3D shooter game for Windows Phone has pegged the doom on hordes of llamas!
Developed by Matt, better known as RogueCode, Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse: Alpha, or VALA: Alpha is a full 3D top-down shooter for Windows Phone 8 devices where your aim to save the world from rampaging llamas. Matt is a Microsoft MVP for Windows Phone development, a Nokia Developer Champion for Windows Phone and even used to write for us some time ago.
The game is set in post-apocalyptic New York, Rio, and Dubai, where you need to fight for your life across six unique levels. A funny touch is linking to the maps and Wikipedia pages of the three cities showcasing how the cities were before the apocalypse.
You have a gun with unlimited bullets, but only one life, and can move around a playing area where llamas charge you from all directions. You’d want to keep moving as you kill the rabid llamas, since they appear in never-ending waves. Some of the llamas drop energy cubes which you can collect to build various types of sentry towers on three specific locations in every level.
VALA: Alpha is a good-looking game, with an interesting gameplay. You can download the game for free from the Windows Phone Store for free. (Windows Phone 8 only - 69MB - works with 512MB hardware). Give it a spin and try to save to save the world from a llama apocalypse. Let us know how you like it, and how many llamas you manage to kill.
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