Blood of the Werewolf (2.0) Become Selena, loving mother, devoted wife and -- powerful werewolf. Take revenge on the monsters that have slain your husband and stolen your child, in this love letter to classic platformers.
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Utgivelsesdato: 9. mai, 2014

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"It provides a wonderful sense of atmosphere, the story is well written and well told, and the gameplay mechanics feel fantastic."
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New Features in Blood of the Werewolf (2.0)

Blood of the Werewolf now has 3 game modes (all with leaderboards)
  • Speed Run (Story) - You didn't start off speed running Mario and you won't here either. Experience, perfect, and execute THE RUN to compete on leaderboards for the fastest time.
  • Score Run - You think you have mastered the platforming? You can zip around the level in minutes? Try getting the highest score by collecting and destroying 100's of strategically placed sigils, time bonuses, and enemies for points
  • Endless Run - How long can you last and how far can you get in Selena's Endless Nightmare of procedurally generated platforms and obstacles.

Fixes and Updates

  • We spent 6 months in forums, answering emails, and play testing the game to gather as much feedback as possible.
  • We identified the top 20 issues/stuck spots and addressed them.
  • Polished/tuned the controls
  • New and updated animations
  • New and updated particles
  • Camera tweaks and fixes
  • Audio updates and fixes.
  • Thank you so much. You have made our game better, we now have more fun playing it, and we are grateful. THANK YOU!

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Blood of the Werewolf (2.0)

Become Selena, loving mother, devoted wife and -- powerful werewolf. Take revenge on the monsters that have slain your husband and stolen your child, in this love letter to classic platformers. Seamlessly transform from human to werewolf in light of the moon, as you shoot, slash and smash your way to fight Frankenstein.

Intense Platforming Action, With All Your Favorite Iconic Monsters
"A Love Letter To The Action-Platform Genre. If you want an action-platform game with great gameplay, challenge and a story that is simple but enjoyable, Blood of the Werewolf is the game for you." "Selena responds with perfection to the button presses."

"This game propelled me back to those halcyon days when I started gaming, and games were extremely difficult yet ultimately all the more rewarding."

"Overall, Blood of the Werewolf is a great platformer. It provides a wonderful sense of atmosphere, the story is well written and well told, and the gameplay mechanics feel fantastic. You may destroy a keyboard or controller out of rage, but you’ll want to buy another to see this great game to the end. Fans of platformers, especially old-school platformers, should give this game a serious look."

"An excellent action-platformer that wonderfully combines challenging but fair gameplay with a colorful and vibrant art style. "

"Scientifically Proven has managed to create a piece worthy of its platforming predecessors, where gore blends with horror creating an atmosphere that will captivate you." Dying too often gets frustrating at times, but not that much as to make you want to ditch the game. The beautiful visuals along with the multitude of monsters will keep you company while journeying in an adventure like never before."

"Blood of the Werewolf is a beautiful platform game - A classic mold with a ...unique garment that will not make you regret your investment and still promises to steal many hours of your day." (translation)

"Beautiful, rhythmic, and well done"

Blood of the Werewolf takes players on a ruthless journey of revenge through 3 level filled game modes of white knuckle platforming action while taking on hordes of creatures and iconic monster-movie bosses; Creature, Hyde, Dracula, Mummy, Frankenstein. Selena has access to upgradeable weapons in human form and unlockable wolf powers when transformed. Additional modes like speed run and score rush will test your reflexes and memory, with online leaderboards to keep track of yourself, and friends.

Keep your wits about you, Blood of the Werewolf will test your limits and offer a challenge you haven't seen since the golden age of games.


  • Experience a rich, in-depth Story Mode featuring 30+ creatures, 15 button-grinding levels to master and five heart-pounding boss arenas
  • Score Rush mode offers the pro a whole new leaderboard driven experience as you compete for the highest score.
  • Endless Challenge is a nightmare of procedurally generated levels and monsters that increase in difficulty. How far can you make it?
  • Shift instantaneously between human and werewolf form when in view of a full moon
  • Hardcore, classic platforming gameplay with a modern twist; pressure sensitive, full air controls for precision moves
  • Unlock a bevy of achievements, pushing you to the limit of your abilities
  • Upgrade weapons and wolf powers, for the edge you need against the monster onslaught
  • Uncover hundreds of collectibles and hidden items to discover throughout the game


    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz Dual Core CPU (any Core 2 Duo or AMD X2 or better)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Video Card using Shader Model 3 or higher, AMD Radeon HD 2900 GT or NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: 3.0GHz Quad Core Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1 GB Video Card using Shader Model 3 or Higher, AMD Radeon 7670 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
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12 av 15 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
0.8 timer registrert
Publisert: 25. juni
Blood of the Werewolf didn't click for me. When it comes to platformers, the design ought to own whether or not it will be a twitchy, high-precision affair (e.g. Super Meat Boy), or more of a fluid, graceful romp (e.g. Dust: An Elysian Tail). Blood of the Werewolf can't quite figure out which of the two it wants to be, and the gameplay suffers for it. You're expected to make jumps and battle monsters with careful timing and accuracy, but the controls aren't responsive enough to support you in those respects. Your character's movement is too slow, her turns and leaps too fuzzy, and the hitboxes of player, obstacles, and monsters too vague for the kind of pixel-perfect action the game seems to be trying for.

It could be that I simply sucked at this game, and if I were more awesome a player, I'd have enjoyed it. But other difficult games I've played in the genre were fun enough to encourage me through failure and frustration; this one, not so much.
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3 av 4 personer (75%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 6. november
I got this as a gift and I don't play side scrollers often due to raging so much at Mario xD but I have to say I really do love this game and it's challenges! :3
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4 av 6 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
7.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 15. juni
I know there are mixed reviews on this game, but I am here to tell you now that it is DEFINITELY WORTH the mere $2 Steam charges for this game. I promised myself during the Summer Sale that I would gift this to anyone who said they liked challenging platformers. Although there is no sale, that did not deter me. 3 friends gifted and counting!

Do you love challenging levels that require twitch reflexes, smart platforming, exploration, intelligent use of skills, and a sense of accomplishment once you mastered a level? Look no further friends.

Blood of the Warewolf is a game I had gotten through a bundle a in 2014 but never got around to playing it until a few months ago on a whim. At first it was an alright game that has you completing levels both as a human woman and as a warewolf, both who control differently and each have "a particular set of skills." Oh yes, there's more to that reference than you care to know!

You play as Selena, a warewolf who is hell bent on revenge when your husband is murdered and your child is kidnapped. Oh yes, she will find those responsible, and she will kill them. Your foes? Classic monsters such as Dracula, The Mummy, among others.

As mentioned before the platforming is amazing, no matter what form you are in. Levels are arranged so intellegently and challengingly that whenever you die, it's because YOU made a mistake, not because the level was being unfair. The things these devs created to kill you as the game gets harder is just amazing.

Sadly, the only gripe I have with the game are in fact the bosses. That sense of accomplishment, the skill, the sigh of relief once you make it to a check point, the high you feel once you make it to the end...none of that is present during and after a boss battle. These are easy and kinda kill the moment of the game. However, there is more platforming that boss battles, and in a sense it's good that bosses come and go fairly easy so you can get back to the fun parts of the game.

Now I've only gone through the main game once and have not tried any other game modes or difficulty, so this review is only based on one play through on normal, just like any person would do when playing for the first time. Based on this, I can definitely recommend Blood of the Warewolf with great excitement. The main game alone is worth the amazingly low price of $2. Don't wait on a sale. Buy it. It's amazing. Now to gift this some more....
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9 av 16 personer (56%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
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Publisert: 25. juni
I don't give too many negative reviews, but I can't hold my tongue on this one... the game has potential. The art is pretty awesome, the soundtrack is great, the story is even enticing from what I've gathered so far. The real boner killer? The difficulty and damage system are completely ♥♥♥♥ed. Why so? This game is not Dark Souls, but feels like it is after a while. The puzzles are to hard and you can die several times because some random fire ball its you and pushes you back REALLY FAR for no reason what so ever, knock you into lava, and then get you stuck only to kill you over and over again. Sorry guys, I want to like this game, but until the difficulty and the bounce back are tweaked, I am gonna put this game in the back for a while. Hope to hear of a fix for this.
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1 av 1 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 13. juli
Blood of the Werewolf is a good little platformer, especially for the price (and even more so if picked up on sale). It's a retro-styled platformer, but instead of slapping pixelart graphics on an otherwise pedestrian game and calling it a day like so many other "retro" games these days, Blood of the Werewolf eschews pixelated graphical styles entirely and subscribes to a retro-styled design theory that is much more evocative of the classics. In many ways, playing it took me back to my childhood of playing games on the NES that were great fun despite often being brutally unforgiving.

Unfortunately, some of the problems of the golden era of platformers have come along for the ride too, such as occasional sections that require perfect (and I mean PERFECT) timing of jumps to avoid instant death on spike-covered obstacles. While none of them were terribly bad, thanks in large part to fairly generously spaced checkpoints, they do exist, and if you're the sort of person who gets frustrated easily, you might want to avoid this game in order to save your controller from a premature death.

One final criticism that has nothing to do with the game's throwback feel: while the platforming was satisfyingly difficult throughout most of the game, the boss fights were very easy. That may not be a problem per se, but it seemed incongruous with the rest of the level designs.

Overall, though, with the exception of a couple of (minor, in my opinion) flaws, this was a thoroughly enjoyable game that should appeal to retro gamers, leaderboard chasers, and speed runners the most.
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