Witches & Vampires: The Secrets of Ashburry - DS/DSi

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Witches & Vampires: The Secrets of Ashburry (DS/DSi)
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Media: Cartridge Arcade origin:No
Developer: dtp Soft. Co.: dtp
Publishers: dtp (GB)
Released: 8 Oct 2010 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 12+
No Accessories: No accessories


Things are getting exciting in Witches & Vampires – The Secrets of Ashburry. Young players slip into the roles of three mystical siblings. When their mother reveals her sinister secret, the witch Aluna, her vampire brother Dariel and her half-blood sister Ruby have to endure many exciting adventures. The fight against evil brings them up against frightening figures as they develop remarkable powers of their own.

When their mother tells them about the cruel vampire Gorazu’s reign of terror that lasted hundreds of years, the door to a new world opens for the three siblings. Gorazu was so powerful and ruthless that he was even feared by his own followers. Witches, demons and vampires united to confront the threat. Only in unison his power could be broken and cast out forever into six magic amulets. Passed on from one generation to the next, the siblings’ mother finally became the keeper of one of the precious stones. She kept this a secret for a long time, but now a menacing danger arises, so she confides everything to her children. The black vampire Abaddon gathers his followers to capture the power of the amulets for himself. It’s up to Aluna, Daniel and Ruby to stop the evil - an extremely difficult and dangerous mission! The rest of the world is oblivious to the impending doom and is lulled into a sense of false security …

Players can take turns playing three different characters with various abilities and powers depending on the game situation. There are four unique mini-games: Collecting mysterious ingredients for magical elixirs in the catacombs, brewing magic potions, swinging a pendulum and flying. Those are spread across eight different locations: the harbor, the park, the business district, Ruby’s neighborhood, the cemetery, the wealthy quarters, Ashburry town center and the suburbs.