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Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back - Cover art

You play the role of John Hacker, an estate agent who travels with Count Drascula to a small village called Transylvania in order to negotiate the sale of some ground. Unfortunately, Hacker is not aware that Drascula is the most evil vampire alive, with only one mission in life: to dominate the world.

Updates

9 Sep, 2008
Drascula set free for download
Rare comic adventure released as freeware through ScummVM
2 Sep, 2008
Five new games coated with ScummVM
Kyrandia 2&3, Lost in Time, Woodruff highlight new games supported

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Adventure Games by Alcachofa Soft

» Mort & Phil (series)

Game Information

Platform Android, Linux, PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Comedy
Theme Vampires
Graphic Style Comic cartoon
Presentation 2D or 2.5D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD, Internet download

Product Details


System Requirements
MS DOS 3.0 or higher
486 66 MHz processor
8 MB RAM
VGA-compatible video card
Sound Blaster or compatible sound card
30 MB free hard drive space

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back by Alcachofa Soft - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back is an adventure game, released in 1999 by Alcachofa Soft. Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back has a Comic cartoon style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have not yet published a review of Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back, meanwhile the community rating for Dráscula: The Vampire Strikes Back is Uneven.