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  • Summary: It’s a beautiful day and little Le Vamp just wants to go outside and play like any other boy. Of course, most other little boys aren’t Vampires!

    It’s your job to guide and protect the rambunctious young Le Vamp as he runs through the forest, oblivious to the dangers it contains. Only your
    quick flicks and taps can protect him from sunlight, running water and deadly foes. Along the way, you can help him gather coins for upgrades, or feed him Blood Pigs to keep him happy and healthy (or as healthy as an undead can be, at least!). Expand
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  1. Mar 14, 2013
    When you factor in the stylish visuals, unlocked goodies and the orchestration that ensues with each play, Le Vamp is one of the freshest, most entertaining runners to hit the mobile scene in months. As corny as this is to say, it's a bloody good time.
  2. Mar 18, 2013
    With a change of focus from other titles in the Endless Runner genre, Le Vamp is a very enjoyable title all about running away from nasty villagers.
  3. Mar 22, 2013
    Whether in your own crypt before you go to sleep, or at a family dinner with ghoulish relatives, Le Vamp is a charming, clever runner worth checking out. If your last flirtation with the genre was with something like Punch Quest [Free], this may just be one worth sinking your teeth into.
  4. Mar 19, 2013
    Le Vamp is a cute and enjoyable - if not groundbreaking - endless-runner that takes few risks.
  5. Apr 2, 2013
    Le Vamp tries to put something new into the endless run genre, but fails to deliver.
  6. Mar 20, 2013
    An endless runner that gives you plenty to do and paces its power-ups and upgrades well. Framerate issues cause it to be more frustrating than fun.
  7. Mar 15, 2013
    Le Vamp ($1.99, Universal) is promising in the first run with an outstanding design, and unique touch mechanics, but it all wears thin too quickly.

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