Vampire Survivors: More Riveting than a Wooden Stake Through the Heart 

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Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011
Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011
Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Steam game Vampire Survivors takes elements from third-person survival games and dungeon-crawlers to create an immersive and intense gaming experience that lasts up to thirty minutes per run.

– Liz Birchfield


For being just an early access game, it never ceases to amaze me how much love and care is put into Vampire Survivors, and it certainly shows.
Liz Birchfield
Writer & Social Media Manager

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BRI BROWN

Editor-in-Chief

Bri Brown studies media production and design and art at the University of Iowa. She is planning for a graphic design career, preferably in the magazine industry. Outside of working on VERVE, she works as a designer at The Daily Iowan, and in her free time, she enjoys traveling, taking pictures, going to Glass Animals concerts, and playing video games.

Lilly Arnold

Creative Director

Samantha Triplett

Lifestyle Editor

Manasi Kinikar

Review Editor

Ema Oyeyiola

Editorial Assistant

Ema Oyeyiola is an International student from Nigeria in the MSBA program at Tippie College of Business. She studied International Relations as an undergrad and founded a virtual grocery store in Lagos which she managed till June 2021 when she came here to study Business Analytics.
She’s passionate about the Sorellas Circle- a sister club created to empower women, instill hope in communities, and make living more pleasant for the less privileged people in Lagos, Nigeria- and currently serves as the Vice president. In her spare time, she loves to bake, play with new recipe’s, read books, watch sappy romance movies, and stay indoors.

Liz Birchfield

Social Media Manager

Shelby Darnell

Ops Editor

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