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Yuki's Vacation (Windows)

Yuki's Vacation Windows Title screen.

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Description

Yuki's Vacation is a simple beat'em up game about Yuki, a vampire ninja who was trying to have a nice vacation in her favorite vampire nightclub when suddenly thousands of ninjas started attacking her and her vampire buddies. She realized that the ninjas were created by The Horrible and then decided to kill some thousands of them and feed off civilians that were there.

Yuki can kill her enemies using her two knifes and using some special powers, such as Fire Bomb, Flame Lick, Bolt and Ice Blades, which she gets by feeding off civilians. Civilians will also drop ammunition and health items. Besides, Yuki also cast a "Dragon punch" (by pressing up and attack).

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Yuki's Vacation Windows The level exit
Yuki's Vacation Windows Act 1 - Scene 4: Yuki vs. The Juggernaut
Yuki's Vacation Windows Doesn't she look happy?
Yuki's Vacation Windows Lots of ninjas and some weird planets in the sky.

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Trivia

James Silva released this game as open source a short while before he released his Blood Zero game. In his own words (in the readme file) "people have just been bugging me to release something, so here's your freeware." He also explains that he "did this because people always ask me how I make games; this may be a bit of a clue in for people who have some programming ability. However, if (for some strange reason) someone decides to put their own name on it, add a couple levels, and sell the thing I'm gonna be fucking pissed."

He admits, though, that the game wouldn't be of much help for those who don't have any experience in programming because the commenting is poor and he didn't even remembered how the game worked, as he had released it six months after having worked on it.
chirinea (33481) added Yuki's Vacation (Windows) on Nov 17, 2007