Horror Zombies from the Crypt pays homage to the horror genre of the 1950's by creating Count Frederick Valdemar (our hero of the game), the gothic mansion he enters, and the creatures he is going to meet there like vampires, zombies, ghouls and many other scary things that cinema fans can easily remember. You have six levels to pass where each level promising one hundred "all-action" screens...
Do you like classic horror movies? No, I'm not talking about Freddy Kruger, Jason Vorhees, Michael Mayers or any of their friends. I'm talking about the 50s and 60s horror movies. The kind of movies with monsters that nowadays make you laugh and turn the TV off. Well, Horror Zombies from the Crypt pays homage to the genre.
Horror Zombies from the Crypt is a typical arcade platformer. You play as Count Frederick Valdemar, a man who lives alone in a remote mansion. You never get to know why he lives alone or what does he do. However, I think he's up to no good, because suddenly the mansion is invaded by an army of monsters. Yes, a whole army of creepy creatures is coming to your mansion and you need to get out of there. Thus the game begins with you trying to find out what's happening...
There are six levels in total. Each level has a diverse set of famous monsters such as zombies, vampires, werewolves, ghouls, rats and other nasties. These monsters have a variety of attacks at their disposal, but if they get you, your fate is always the same: they will scare you to death to the point where your head explodes (literally!!!) and you wet your pants (you cannot see it, but I'm sure it happens). You must collect a certain number of skulls if you want to leave the current level, because if you don't, the exit door won't open. Also, you will find keys to unlock some doors and green keys to unlock chests. There are lots of secret rooms and you can also pick up special items, such as a pair of boots that let you sneak past some creatures.
As for your weapons, you only can trust in your daggers and your jumping ability. This is bad, because your jumping sucks! Every time you finish a level, you'll get the password of the current level (because you can't save your game) and a picture with a little bit of the story. Controlls are easy to learn: you move your character with the arrow keys, fire with ENTER and use your special item with SPACE.
The game's graphics are nothing spectacular and below the average, but I liked some of the monsters' animations like the vampire one. It supports EGA and VGA graphics as well.
In conclusion, Horror Zombies from the Crypt is a nice game if you are a fan of the genre or if you are in the mood for some senseless horror; otherwise, you should find something else. Thus it deserves a mark of 3.
In this horror platform game you have to get your way through some nice levels. Don't get caught by any zombie or you will lose a life. Find key's to go through the next sublevel. There is a total of 6 levels to complete. Enjoy the haunted house. Nice graphics, nog very special.
Horror Zombies from The Crypt, as the name implies, is a spooky action-adventure by Millennium. You are Count Frederick Valdemar, and your mansion has been shattered by the arrival of an army the undead. So it's up to you to get out of the nightmare, making your way through six levels filled with puzzles, traps and hordes of ghouls, vampires, ghosts and zombies. Any contact with the undead will lead to exploding heads, so take care. Despite the rarely seen horror premise, though, Horror Zombies from the Crypt is a mediocre game both in presentation and gameplay. A fairly uninspired action adventure with the main focus on the arcade elements. If you like creepy action games, play Konami's Castlevania instead of this average platformer.
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