The Sun for the Vampire 2

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One little vampire still wants to see the sun, more than anything else in the world. And he's willing to brave an entirely new spooky castle in search of the secret that will let him do it! He can still turn into a bat to fly around dangerous stakes, knives, and other obstacles, but this time he'll also be lifting crates and solving a bevy of puzzles. After putting both his reflexes and his brain to work, surely he'll find that day-walking potion this time... Right?

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13 Comments January 14, 2015 3:57 PM

As good as the last one, a few of them are headscratchers at first.
It hasn't got the same "must get everything" factor the first one had as some of those gold coins are in just suicidal places to collect.


It was entertaining at first, then mildly annoying due to either the controls, or myself.

What I mean to say is, I was about 90% of the way through a level and then 'died' because I didn't transition from floating to bat quick enough and fell through a hole. And I'm a tiny bit annoyed by that.

Leopardmask January 15, 2015 12:20 PM

Can you not go straight from floating to flying? Because I can't seem to.


Any hints for level 18? I'm utterly stuck.


Oops, power of posting. Never mind!

CrankYanker January 15, 2015 5:56 PM replied to Camille Kay Hollister

Your power of posting didn't help me any. Any hints?


Level 18 hints:

1. Don't try "stacking" the metal box on the wooden box. I don't think that will work.

2. The metal box goes on the button under the breakaway blocks. The wooden box goes on the button in the pit on the right side. You have to throw the wooden box twice.

Is that enough? You still have to be very careful and precise. Even when I got the buttons pressed I still died a million times at the top. It's entirely possible there's an easier way. Also I kept running into a frustrating clipping glitch that would frequently mess things up, and I'd have to restart.


Level 18 walkthrough

Push the wooden box into the corner on the left. Push the metal box down off the ledge; now push it all the way to the right so it sits on the far right button. Fly back (picking up the coin, if you like). Now pick up the wooden box and walk up to the right-hand edge of the platform. Throw the wooden box. It will tumble right across the middle platform and land on the second switch. It should be easy from here...

...but if not: from the starting position, fly left under the overhang. Rest on the bottom-left platform, then fly to the top. Carefully nudge the box through the blade so it topples onto the switch. The rest is a clear line to the exit; fly carefully, tapping the UP button once each time.


It's a decent little game: the controls can be a bit frustrating sometimes, but then that's kind of the challenge.

FYI: the coins do literally nothing. I got them all and the ending was the same. I say this because while Level 30 is totally doable, getting the coin is ridonkulous. It took me about an hour to get that coin (I hate being 97% complete!), and I was pretty ticked that it didn't unlock anything.

silent george January 16, 2015 12:32 PM

Well, congratulations, Pheeze, from a fellow completionist!

I have to say, I love the squeaky little "oh, no!" when you die.

silent george January 16, 2015 12:41 PM

I'm all done except for the coin on Lvl 27. Youch. Any thoughts?


@silent george: it doesn't appear in my save anymore, but IIRC it's in the nook with the spikes on the floor and ceiling, just after the first crusher. Let me know if that's not right.

I found the best way is that once you're in flight, tap UP to "jump," rather than floating continuously. It reduces the risk of hitting the ceiling spikes and gives you more control. Just think of it as jumping rather than flying and it seems more natural. Jump in, get coin, jump out. (Get crushed returning to platform, curse, repeat.)

silent george January 16, 2015 3:25 PM

That's the one, pheeze. I'll give it another shot ....


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