The Dracula Files

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Michael and Quinn Harker, the descendants of the legendary Van Helsing and Harker families, must stop the evil Dracula and save their friend before he is lost to the darkness forever! Track down the count as you face werewolves, vampires, and dark spirits in The Dracula Files, a globe-spanning Gothic Hidden Object Adventure game. End Dracula’s reign of terror once and for all and save your friend!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 7.1
  • Hard Drive: 185 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
The Dracula Files


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The Dracula Files 2.7 5 3 3
comic style Dracula HOG This game is pretty much about dialog/storyline and HOS. If you like both of these (I do), then you'll like this game, especially if you like stories about vampires. It's a modern day story of Dracula's return and the Van Helsing and Harker descendants must take him down. A different kind of Dracula game than the other ones on BFG. I liked it, though it was too short for me and I don't know that I'd replay it again since it's so much storyline based. November 23, 2012
This game... I'm going to be very honest, I don't know what possessed me to get this game. But ehh, I liked it. The story line was okay, it wasn't total made up junk Although there's something going on between two of the characters that was mentioned, and then it was never mentioned again. Like...random much? The story could have done without it...Idk maybe that was just me. The ending could have been better too. The puzzles. Some were good, and some made me want to bash my head against the wall. (STUPID ROCK PUZZLE GRAHHH!!!) There's another one that I didn't like in particular. It just...didn't make sense to me. The game's logic: Okay, we're about to be attacked by vampires. Let's whip out some cards and play a game of memory to figure out how to kill them. Like...really?!? You're getting attacked and that's what you do???? Idk, the game's logic sometimes got to me at times. Oh yea, and you're supposed to save, or else you have to do things over doesn't do it automatically (annoying!) The hidden object scenes were good. I really don't have any complaints about that. The graphics. Uh....yea. They were good...I guess. Idk I'm just not a huge fan of cartoon people and then realistic stage. One or the other...come on. Although there were some things that irked me, I did like this game, and I would suggest it. It was fun. April 1, 2013
Resolution fail This game will not adjust to the newer wide screen, higher resolutions monitors. I could only see half the game so it's a non-starter. I'm guessing it's an older game made back when monitors were more 4:3. But if you have a 16:9, don't bother. From what I saw of the intro, the art is comic book style and not done very well. February 13, 2012
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