Dracula: Origin Overview

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3.5

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4

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So-called “large file games,” or titles whose massive file sizes require way longer to download and install (and consume more space) than the average desktop alternative, are a singular oddity in casual gaming. That’s because, as with Dracula: Origin, released six months ago on PC CD-ROM, they’re actually traditional desktop diversions masquerading as digital downloads. Happily, in this case, the game – a haunting adventure that excels for its superb storytelling and cinematic presentation – translates just as well to this new, albeit unlikely format.

Dracula: Love Kills - An Interview with Waterlily Games

May 16, 2011

Earlier this year adventure game developer Frogwares formed a second studio called Waterlily Games to focus entirely on casual titles. Waterlily's first project is to develop the sequel to Frogwares' popular point-and-click adventure Dracula: Origin with a casual twist. The result is Dracula: Love Kills, a game that picks up from where Dracula: Origin left off with gameplay that now incorporates hidden object scenes as well as adventure-style exploration. Gamezebo spoke with Frogwares about the new studio and the ongoing development of Dracula: Love Kills.

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Dracula: Origin Review

Dec 25, 2008

So-called “large file games,” or titles whose massive file sizes require way longer to download and install (and consume more space) than the average desktop alternative, are a singular oddity in casual gaming. That’s because, as with Dracula: Origin, released six months ago on PC CD-ROM, they’re actually traditional desktop diversions masquerading as digital downloads. Happily, in this case, the game – a haunting adventure that excels for its superb storytelling and cinematic presentation – translates just as well to this new, albeit unlikely format.
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