Dark Romance: Vampire in Love

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(572.56 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Emily and Enron love each other and want to be together. But Enron is hiding a terrible secret – he is the son of Dracula. And just as Enron wants to tell Emily the whole truth about himself, she is kidnapped. No one knows where she is. But there are all the signs that she was abducted from her apartment against her will.

Meanwhile, Emily wakes up in a gloomy room with numerous coffins and the ghost of a little girl tells her that Emily has to hurry in order to be rescued. So Emily and Enron must hurry to find each other. But can they do this? You will learn this from the game Dark Romance: Vampire In Love.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 688 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Dark Romance: Vampire in Love 3.6 5 14 14
Hidden Object Game Game was very slow particularly when loading and changing scenes. March 10, 2014
At least he doesn't sparkle The story starts off interestingly enough: a couple is engaged, he is a vampire, she is a mortal. He denounces the ways of his ancestors. She doesn't know he's a vampire, apparently. Count Dracula is her father-in-law to be. Awkward Thanksgivings in the foreseeable future. Cutting to the chase- The Good: *You get to switch points of view. Sometimes you play as the vampire and sometimes you play as the mortal. This is kind of nice when you need a change of scenery. *I liked how items could be shared between the two characters. Now you can puzzle over where that plunger with a ribbon would be more useful and for whom! (I'm being snarky, but it really is interesting) *Two different endings in the CE depending on your choice. The Bad: *Who names a character "Enron?" But then again, perhaps it's an homage from one villain to another? Unfortunate name. Truly. *Originality. Oh, look! A puzzle! Oh, look! I can't do it! It is missing a button/key/piece/boot. Every. Single. Time. *Difficulty. Some puzzles were ridiculously easy, others you kind of guess-your-way/brute force and then others were like "Read my mind! Ha ha! YOU FAILED! Start again, wretch!" Puzzle with mirrors, roses, and vampire heads, I'm looking at you! There was nothing to work from. No idea on how the light would bounce off the mirrors. *Cheese factor. Ok, so I can't cry foul because, after all, I DID willingly agree to play a game about vampire lovers that involves Count Dracula. The brie is out of the fridge just on that one- but come on! The voice acting was painful and contrived. Enron had the emotional range, depth, and complexity of someone playing a triangle. Badly. Every time he said "dear" to his fiance, I thought sock puppets are more passionate. But that's not the worst. I can't decide which one is: 1) There is an old geezer who meets you in the hidden underground place and from the sound of his accent, I'm willing to bet his name is "Gabby," he's on a quest to find his lost pair of overalls and his jug of moonshine. What was with the very out of place southern accent? Just dashed away the little tiny bit of mood I was trying to salvage. 2) Inexplicably odd statue of...Native dude wearing a viking hat and a gold chain with a musical note on it? "Because all these things go together," said Flava Flav. Dracula was certainly running out of original ideas. But then again, he already had when he named his son "Enron." *Abrupt ending. Reminds me of those Homestar Runner shorts with Strong Bad yelling at the end: "It's over!!" This felt kind of thrown together- it had potential, but not much thought was given to the plot, the puzzles, the connections, the voice acting, in some spots the art itself. What really saves it is that it is original game play (at least for me), with the shifting between characters. Do I recommend this game? Only if you are a die-hard fan of the vampire genre (even the vamp trivia was terribly bland and sometimes inaccurate) or of hidden-object/puzzle games. July 25, 2014
dislike it not my cup of tea. the pictures are small you need glasses or something to let you see it better hints are slow like a very very old person, but it's a great game if you need something to help you sleep March 10, 2014
dark romance:vampire in love Didn't like this game, boring right from the start, no challenge, sorry i bought it. March 11, 2014
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