A revamped release of the former Xbox-exclusive game arrives in April.

Back in October last year, Beep Industries announced that they would return to their first success and resurrect the exterior-looking skill-only action game Voodoo Vince, released in 2003 exclusively for Xbox. In the game, you had to solve all sorts of skill puzzles with a tiny, funny voodoo puppet, sometimes slapping down monsters that couldn’t be called scary at all, and solving various puzzles.
Voodoo Vince will be back soon, in a revamped edition that is in vogue Voodoo Vince: Remastered was given the title. This, of course, already gets 1080p resolution at 60 fps, and the music has also been remixed. As the game is part of the Xbox Play Anywhere system, it will arrive on PC in addition to Xbox One at its April 18 premiere. And whoever invests in either of these two gets the game on both platforms.


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