Some games want to treat you to a meaningful story, with real-world implications and emotive plot. Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse (or V.A.L.A. for short) is no such game.

What V.A.L.A. is is a game about fighting hordes of llamas in giant weaponized mechs to stop the Llamanati. And when we say hordes of llamas we mean hordes! Ditch the realism. Scrap the emotion. V.A.L.A. is nothing but frantic, colourful, explosive twin-stick/roguelike action for up to 4 local co-op players to enjoy!

What is quite realistic, however, is how your surroundings react to every shot you fire, with attacks making cars explode, causing a chain reaction of llama death in your wake. Making the most of this aspect will ensure you are the best llama killer you can be.

If you find yourself swarmed by hundreds of the furry things and need a helping hand, then bringing in a military-grade AI mech will come in useful, as they fire smaller streams of bullets towards the enemy.

And that’s pretty much it with Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse: pure, unrelenting, shooting fun to be had with a couple of mates round. If you are up to the giant challenge of stopping the Llamanati and reduce the llama population drastically in the process, then check out Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse on the Microsoft Store for £11.99. It’s an Xbox Play Anywhere title too!

Game Description:

The world’s best mass llama-slaughter roguelike-lite-ish couch co-op top-down twin-stick shooter! VALA is a frantic top-down shooter where you remotely pilot an endless supply of mechs from your ocean carrier offshore of the apocalypse, fighting through the llama hordes to take down The Llamanati. Features: – Xbox Play Anywhere – 1 to 4 player local couch-co-op – A massive, changing city to explore – Every playthrough is unique – Campaign and endless modes – Full controller and keyboard/mouse (on PC) support – Drop in/drop out gameplay – Dozens of weapons to unlock – A plethora of perks to unlock – Persistent unlocks – Hundreds of bad puns, narrated for your pleasure, with a slider to turn them off – A fancy switch to turn off blood & gore How the game works: – Start each playthrough with a stock mech and guns – pray that Llamazon blesses you! – Weapons and perks that you’ve unlocked can get dropped in by Llamazon drones – There are no “health packs” – do you think this is some sort of game?! Rave Reviews: “How do you sleep at night?” – my Grandmother

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