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name=Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back|
 
name=Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back|
 
release=1996|
 
release=1996|
alternateNames=Drascula, Dráscula: El Vampiro|
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alternateNames=Drascula, Dráscula: El Vampiro|
publisher=[[Digital Dreams Multimedia]]|
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publisher=[[Digital Dreams Multimedia]],<br />Midas Interactive Entertainment|
 
developer=[[Alcachofa Soft S.L.]]|
 
developer=[[Alcachofa Soft S.L.]]|
 
platforms=DOS|
 
platforms=DOS|

Revision as of 03:01, 18 August 2007

Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back
No Screenshot Available
First release 1996
Also known as Drascula, Dráscula: El Vampiro
Developed by Alcachofa Soft S.L.
Published by Digital Dreams Multimedia,
Midas Interactive Entertainment
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms DOS
Resolution (unknown)
Engine Drascula
Support Not officially supported.
A WIP engine is available
in our SVN repository.
Available for
Purchase
No


Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back is the only game known that uses the drascula engine. It is an old Spanish 2D classic point & click style adventure with tons of humor and an easy interface.

You are John Hacker, a common guy that gets to meet a gorgeous blond girl, who gets kidnapped by the count and embark on a fun yet dangerous quest to rescue her.

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