Vampire Wars

Vampire Wars on Facebook is a fun game where blood-thirsty friends can meet, attack, build up minions and strengths, and socialize with your clan. It’s a fun game that has great graphics, fun multiplayer aspects, and  a great story!

The first time you play Vampire Wars you are asked to design your own vampire. This is the avatar that will represent you throughout the game. The vampire that you end up with will be a combination of the answers you provide in a Vampire Quiz, and your own personal preferences. After you have designed your vampire, you are thrown right into the game.

The rest of the game is filled with things that you would expect from any adventure fantasy game. You attack, or are attacked, collect minions to get energy and experience points that can be given to areas where you are lacking. Usually finding out how to do these things is relatively simple and self-explanatory. Other times, like when you want to bank your blood, it’s not so easy. Luckily, all it takes is a little playing around inside the game to figure the few confusing items out.

Vampire Wars also has a multiplayer function that’s allows vampires to interact with their friends and help each other play the game. Within the game there’s a Clan Page which shows you everyone that is currently in your clan. These are friends that you have invited to join Vampire Wars. Within the Clan Page, you are able to talk to your friends and send them gifts. You can also view each other’s profiles within the game and see how they are doing. So now you can always keep tabs on the members of your clan!

Vampire Wars is a great game for those who want to pass the time with a silly and creepy vampire game. The graphics are good enough that it will fill anyone’s lust for something ghoulish but it’s by no means top of the line either. There are still some kinks in the game that need to be worked out. Mostly, those kinks focus on making the game a little more user-friendly. Other than that, the game itself is fantastic and full of creepy, fanged fun!


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  2. For some reason, I have lost my way to get back to my game on Vampire Wars on Facebook, I miss my clan and probably have blood running everywhere. Can you help me get it back in my bookmarks in Facebook??? Thanks.

  3. Sorry, I don’t know how I missed these questions. Here’s the best I could do to come up with some answers for ya:

    Have you clicked on the applications box that’s in the left-hand corner? That’s the only thing I can think of. If it’s not there, it may have gotten bumped out of your apps somewhere along the way and you may have to reload it. That would suck though, cuz then you would lose your clan and all. I’ll let you know if I can come up with anything else. Good luck!

    Misty Night,
    Apparently, this is a big problem with FB and all their applications. This is what I found on the web for you:
    “on the left-hand menu, the one with the search bar under the main “facebook” logo, click the little “edit” link next to the word applications. that will bring you to a new window–scroll down until you see the application “pieces of flair”. if you cant see it in your profile, then the words “Profile disabled” should appear in grey in the row representing flair. click “edit settings” in the flair row, and in the drop-down menu for “Who can see this?” click whatever you want, “my networks and friends”, “friends of friends”, “only friends”, “no one” (which is what should be selected, if you cant see it), or “customize”.” Let me know if that helps and good luck to you as well!

  4. Why is it that when u go to combat and it lists a clans size when it says 1 sometimes, most always it is alot more than 1.This is really irritating.Is there another way to increase skill rank? Every time i gain 1 or 2, i lose 15 or more fighting a clan larger than me. BS if u ask me.

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