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Sunderland2You play as Bosworth III, a simple beast of a man who descends from a long line of vampire assistants through the ages. The Count, your master of many years now is a nice enough fellow, the only problem is he sleepwalks around the castle sometimes and gets lost or stuck.

The game starts off as a horde of angry villagers are storming the castle thirsty for the blood of your master. You must first fight your way through waves of intruding villagers as you drive deeper into the bowels of the castle. Eventually you’ll be reunited with your master and that’s when things get really interesting. Your sleepwalking Count needs your help to survive the attackers and obstacles throughout the castle.


Robbert As some of you may know, I have been suffering from the aftermath of a traffic accident, a severe case of COVID-19, and a transient ischemic attack (TIA). These events have taken a toll on my physical and mental well-being, and I can no longer keep up with the demands of running a VR website and channel. I want to thank you all for your support and feedback over the years. You have been an amazing community and I have enjoyed sharing my passion for VR and gaming with you. I hope you will continue to enjoy VR and explore its possibilities. I will leave the website and channel online for now, so you can still access the content I have created. However, I will not be posting any new blogs, videos, or news. I hope you understand and respect my choice.


  1. I know you have Apps for Windows Phone but you don’t list them. Even when I look up the app that I just downloaded from the Windows Phone store, you don’t list it as being available. I know that you spent a lot of time creating the app, The two apps are Froggy VR and Crazy Swing Vr, both are amazing apps. What other apps do you have available for Windows Phone?

  2. Hi Russ, thank you so much for visiting VR Bites. I know Windows Phone has apps that support VR. Microsoft has taken a big step into gaming with Windows 10 and I’m sure Windows Phones will follow. The problem is that I don’t have a Windows Phone right now. So I can’t test the apps to give them a rating. Now I know there is interest in Windows Phone support I put it on top of my priority to get one.

    Some games you can check out are InMind VR, VR Labyrinth and Real Life Lag.


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