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There are over 100 levels in the game connected through a gradually unlocking map screen ensuring there is always a variety of levels to choose from.  Various different mechanics give each level a fresh spin with Shuggy travelling in time, swinging on ropes, rotating levels, turning to a zombie, shrinking, growing, flying, teleporting and more.  The game takes place in an old Scottish mansion recently inherited by young Shuggy, a cartoon vampire.  To clear the mansion of evil spirits he must venture through the five different areas of the mansion, The Dungeon, The Boiler Room, The Gallery, The Graveyard and The Clocktower.  Progress through the mansion is punctuated by comic book cut scenes and the occassional boss encounter.
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