Voodoo Vince

Voodoo Vince

A colorful platformer where you hurt yourself to hurt others.


Voodoo Vince is a platforming game and the brainchild of Clayton Kauzlaric. It was developed by Beep Industries and published by Microsoft Game Studios exclusively on the Xbox. The game was released in North America on September 23rd 2003, October 17th 2003 in Europe and July 22nd, 2004 in Japan.

The game is notable for being Phil Spencer’s favorite game that he’s worked on while being employed at Microsoft due to the memories he has surrounding the game and that it was the first game he and his daughters finished:

"But to me it's really about the memories that are created and the fun that you had when you play games. And I'll always remember Voodoo Vince and finishing it with my daughters."

Voodoo Vince: Remastered

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On April 17th, 2017 a remastered version of the game was released on Xbox One and PC. The remastered version increased the resolution as well as improving the art assets.

Voodoo Vince: Remastered also marks the games first release outside of an Xbox console, making the jump to the PC.


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An original soundtrack, featuring Steve Kirk as the composer, was released July 22, 2004.

1.Voodoo Shop2:06
2.Back Stoop3:54
3.Zombie Guidance Counselor3:56
4.Bones Theme1:01
5.Trumpets Jammin'0:17
6.Jean Lafitte's Ship4:05
7.Fighting Ace Vince4:04
8.The Square4:39
9.Sarcophagus Hustle4:14
10.Clock Tower0:47
11.Bumper Cars3:59
12.Crawdad Jimmy's Place4:02
13.Trumpets Jammin' Two0:08
14.Son Of Trophy Room4:11
15.Fanboat Race3:06
16.Crypt City4:18
17.Glowberry Tangle4:08
18.House Of Scary Stuff4:09
19.Bones Two0:30
20.Inside The Kosmobot4:11
21.Main Street3:59
22.On Fire0:30
23.Sausage Factor4:28
24.Vince Theme1:49