|Designer(s)||Rod Pike, Ian Ellery|
|Platform(s)||Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum|
The game is a standard text adventure with static graphics in some locations. It is divided into three parts:
- "First Night" - The young solicitor arrives in Count Dracula's country, staying at the The Golden Krone Hotel; strange events are observed
- "The Arrival" - After an eventful journey, he arrives at Dracula's castle, and soon learns the real nature of his host's intentions; he realizes that he must escape if he is to survive...
- "The Hunt" - A psychiatrist at an insane asylum in England receives a strange letter from a friend on business overseas, warning of "boxes of earth" and the "undead"; meanwhile a patient at the asylum grows increasingly disturbed...
The game is notable for receiving a "15" certificate from the British Board of Film Censors on account of the gory images it contains. However, CRL expressed disappointment with this as they had hoped for an "18" certificate.
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