I've been playing interactive fiction for a long time, and this game is a great advance in playability. In most interactive fiction games (like Zork), you have to type in commands and hope they work (like KILL TROLL or CLIMB CHIMNEY). A lot of times, in other games, the commands aren't understood or don't work. Draculaland fixes that problem by giving you all the verbs and nouns in a menu on the right that you can click on. This might seem like it would take away some of the fun, but there are so many items and verbs that the game is still complex and fun. The app is smooth and easy to use, and the music is fun. Overall, it took me a couple of hours to play. I really recommend it, especially if you are a fan of older adventure games.
Thumbs up. Presently entertaining. Keyboard button makes the game a lot easier to play. Storyline was funny and easy reading. I would totally pay for another game if there is a sequel to it. Hope you guys can make more this type of game.
I really loved the interface, it is easy to see my choices and who/what is present and what I can (and cannot) do. I could play this game with a single finger. I loved all that. The game is interesting and I liked exploring the different areas. BUT, I felt that it is too hard to figure out some of the puzzles. Eventually I just went to the hints page and used it to get me past.
Super IF fun! Nice phone implementation of a fun game. Can we have more, please?
Hey, this is fun! Here's a great piece of interactive fiction. I'm really liking it. Great work!
Fun little game few hours of comedy horror
Text based quest, mix of Sci-Fi and horror in the veins of Alien and Dead Space
Roleplay a fantasy god - Decision maker - Text adventure - Chat stories sorcery