Bring back old-school gaming with this brand-new challenge from Terry Cavanagh. VVVVVV is a game unlike any other on the market today. Combining old-school graphics with new-school physics and controls, you must aid the great Captain Viridian on his quest to save his five crewmates. Unlike other platform games where you are required to run and jump, Captain Viridian is controlled using gravity and real-life physics. By reversing the gravity of certain rooms, players are able to walk on ceilings and walls to avoid deadly spikes, evil ghosts and other dangers. As you progress through the game, new game mechanics will be learned and shifted to aid on the Captain's journey.
Relive the great days of your youth by bringing this addictive game to your home computer using the new Bluestacks Android Emulator. VVVVVV is heavily influenced on the classic design on games from the Commodore 64, so it only seems fitting to play bigger and bring this experience full-circle. Download the free Bluestacks app for PC and see Captain Viridian manipulate gravity in full-screen. The old-school music coming through your computer's sound system will bring you back to your glory days of gaming.
The only way you can help Captain Viridian rescue the rest of his crew on your PC is by installing VVVVVV using the new Bluestacks Android Emulator. To begin, you simply have to click on one of the links located at the top and bottom of this page. The rest of the process is basically automatic and only takes a moment or two. Once completed, you will have the power to play any Android game bigger as you easily download and install them on your PC.
On a tiny screen, you may miss out on oncoming danger, but not anymore. When you experience mobile gaming on a whole new level with the free Bluestacks app for PC, Captain Viridian will easily see and avoid dangers as he quests deeper into the void. Much like the games you grew up playing, the old-school music is a very important part of the gaming experience. Experience it the way it was meant to be through your home computer's sound system.