The video game community’s newest time-sucker and bathroom companion, Vampire Survivors
is getting an animated adaptation. Story Kitchen has teamed up with Luca Galante to adapt the gothic horror video game into a top tier episodic adventure. Sharpen your stakes, put on your garlic necklace, and get ready to run from Death for a new way to enjoy the “reverse bullet hell” experience.
Anyone can play Vampire Survivors. The game is based on simple mechanics, where the player controls an hero character and avoids armies of enemies. All your attacks are automatically triggered, so you don’t need to press any buttons. Your character uses spells, familiars and power-ups as enemies close in to survive. The game is set in rural Italy.
“There was an evil person called Bisconte Drac whose evil magics caused a world filled with famine, suffering and misery. It’s now up to the members of the Belpaese Family to end his reign of terror and return good food to the table,”
reads the official description.“There’s no place to hide -all you can do is try to survive a cursed night and get as much gold as possible for the next survivor- before Death inevitably puts an end to your struggles. This is a gothic horror action game where you can quickly snowball against the hundreds of monsters thrown at you. This is a gothic horror action game, where your choices can allow you to quickly snowball against the hundreds of monsters thrown at you.” The search for a writer is ongoing, with plans to sell the animated series project to TV network buyers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aS7JqyHdQQA“The most important thing in
Vampire Survivors is the story, so it’s a dream come true to see what started as a little indie game I made on my weekends come to life as an animated TV show!,”
says Galante, founder of the video game company
“Story Kitchen co-founder Dmitri M. Johnson said: “When our Head of Creative, Dan Jevons, flagged Vampire Survivors for us last year upon its initial release, we were prepared to dismiss it as just another vampire game. We were all hooked after hundreds of hours and couldn’t get enough! Needless to say, we’re truly honored to partner with this incredible team and to continue the poncleVampire Survivors story!”Story Kitchen’s Dan Jevons says,
“Despite being responsible for countless hours of lost productivity at Story Kitchen, we are both thrilled, and honored to partner with poncle to bring the bombastic gothic world of Vampire Survivors to life in linear media.”Are you a Vampire Survivors fan? What do you think of the animated series adaptation of the game? Comment below to let us know.