Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call Collectors Edition

Guide Dracula on a madcap quest to find out who's zombifying the masses through their cell phones! With dozens of thrilling levels, ghoulishly good visuals, and a hilarious family-friendly storyline, Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call – Collector's Edition will mesmerize players for hours on end. Will you answer the call to adventure?

This was a wonderful follow up to the original Incredible Dracula. It feels like a half-year ago that I beta tested this game, and am so thrilled for it's release! I love games like this and thoroughly enjoyed the first incredible Dracula. You will gradually earn bonuses that can be used once the meter fills such as swift feet which speeds up the zombie workers temporarily but I thought everyone hated fast zombies!? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Therm81 from Time Management? That is to say; this isn't a rat-maze kind of game. I found that the CE material was worth the extra cost. I enjoy the bonus levels, 15 in all for this installment for a total of 55 levels of play, and the strategy guide will certainly come in handy on later levels I'm sure! After that, the levels grow increasingly challenging, and they can get tough. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cowclaudia from Drac is back! The Incredible Dracula is no longer a bachelor, yep, he's a family man thanks to his online dating stalker, also known as Princess. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by hermette from More of the same I tried the trial hoping there would be an added element of interest, but immediately realized it was more of the same gathering and more gathering.

And, I was right. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ElizabethR from Fun! Good TM games are an endangered specie so when the sequel to the Dracula "Chasing Love" was released I was very excited. And, this game as a Collector's Edition is worth the price. There are collectibles on every level, as well as gifts on random levels. I've played it twice in a row and really enjoyed every minute. Gameplay is a perfect balance of challenging yet do-able. You will need to hire zombies to clear paths, gather resources and collect food. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by bessiegirl from wasn't crazy about it. You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers. I've already played the game twice through, and it has great replayability another plus about a challenging game - you can play it again without feeling bored. Why is one worthy of a CE and the other not? If you loved the first Incredible Dracula, you'll love this one as well. Yes, it's similar to a lot of TM games, but it's better than average, as the characters are enjoyable.


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Date published: This was a wonderful follow up to the original Incredible Dracula. Although, I do miss the little meow sound you got on the original with the little black cats. Since nothing has changed from the first episode, I have to point out some stuff. In this series:. Totally pleased!! And, I was right. That is to Evoly this isn't a rat-maze kind of game. Back to making stuff. Liked the first one because it was different, but was also Battle Slots annoyed with it's game play as well. Also, the Strategy Guide is a Mahjongg Artifacts to complete some of the levels. The Count soon finds trouble in paradise, when people start to Jungo hypnotized after using their cell phones. Thanks guys - Great work! You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and in the CE, each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers.

Apart from being my all time favourite games the value for money is fantastic. Thanks guys - Great work! I enjoy the bonus levels, 15 in all for this installment for a total of 55 levels of play, and the strategy guide will certainly come in handy on later levels I'm sure! Hours and hours and hours of challenges and fun. As far as the price, one could always wait until a special appears from BFG. I love everything about this game: it's fun, there's lots of little items to collect that you need to find during the game, the music is very cheerful and the best part is that while it's not too hard the levels do get more and more challenging. I'm going to swim upstream here and call this game annoying. You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers. It feels like a half-year ago that I beta tested this game, and am so thrilled for it's release! I hope they keep doing this series if they do it as well as these last two! Although, I do miss the little meow sound you got on the original with the little black cats. It's gathering and fetching, and sometimes having to wait for an object to product more wood or food for you to gather before being able to clear the path to next level of clicking and gathering. Although I do wish you could upgrade to a bigger tent to more than two people. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ElizabethR from Fun!

The characters are quite funny, and the it's Island Tribe 5 enough. Some items you collect will go towards crafting objects, after all, Princess still requires luxury. I've already played Thhe game twice through, and it has great replayability another plus about a challenging game - you can play it again without feeling bored. My favorite part is building BloodDonalds hamburger shacks when the Count gets hungry, but of course there's the normal buildings such as sawmills and mines. The story has evolved with the Princess and Dracula heading out to stop the cell phone inventor that LEGO Fever keeping everyone glued to their evil pumpkin phones - ha ha. So many times, sequels try to outdo themselves and just end up creating something that Mahjong World don't really want to do. He runs to fetch and return to go. Unless you play the game in timed Battle Slots, it really does get a bit monotonous. Why is one worthy of a CE and the other not? Date published: Enjoyable TM game. Some items you Collecttors will go towards crafting objects, after all, Princess still requires luxury.


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Incredible Dracula 2: The Last Call (Gameplay)

I loved the first one and this one is just as good. So, yeah, if you don't want to wait for the specials, then as far as I'm concerned this game is worth the CE price. Waste of Time! You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers. We loved the colorful artwork and the cute animations in the game, and even the upbeat and catchy background music. I've truly never enjoyed a Time Management game more than this series, Chasing Love was an exceptional game and The Last Call is even better! People in the city have become addicted to smartphones and are behaving as if they are hypnotized, can you help The Count find a solution to this trouble in paradise? Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by hermette from More of the same I tried the trial hoping there would be an added element of interest, but immediately realized it was more of the same gathering and more gathering. But I loved the changes in this one, including the collectibles. Apart from being my all time favourite games the value for money is fantastic. You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and in the CE, each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers. Not just a quick slap and dash game, but plenty of time and strategy needed to savor the fun. As far as the price, one could always wait until a special appears from BFG. And, it does not disappoint! You may have to play them through a couple of times to get gold, but, to me anyway, that's a sign of a well-made game - it's challenging but not frustratingly so.

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  1. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by bessiegirl from wasn't crazy about it. So, yeah, if you don't want to wait for the specials, then as far as I'm concerned this game is worth the CE price. People in the city have become addicted to smartphones and are behaving as if they are hypnotized, can you help The Count find a solution to this trouble in paradise? Having said that,it still delivers, I enjoy playing the game, well done BF!

  2. Sending your workers to pick up completed items is aggravating. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ElizabethR from Fun! Date published:

  3. I've already played the game twice through, and it has great replayability another plus about a challenging game - you can play it again without feeling bored. The music is lovely and fitting for the setting, and the story-line is funny and engaging. The challenge is on point after the first 10 levels or so,and gets progressively challenging as you move forward. The sound of the zombie saying 'I will go' in the most bored voice I've ever heard made me turn the sound off after the first few tries.

  4. This game has it all, Vampires, Zombies, Werewolves and Trolls. That is to say; this isn't a rat-maze kind of game. Rufus is your go to zombie guy but has very little to say other than uugghh. I love games like this and thoroughly enjoyed the first incredible Dracula. I've truly never enjoyed a Time Management game more than this series, Chasing Love was an exceptional game and The Last Call is even better!

  5. I love everything about this game: it's fun, there's lots of little items to collect that you need to find during the game, the music is very cheerful and the best part is that while it's not too hard the levels do get more and more challenging. Good TM games are an endangered specie so when the sequel to the Dracula "Chasing Love" was released I was very excited. The story has evolved with the Princess and Dracula heading out to stop the cell phone inventor that is keeping everyone glued to their evil pumpkin phones - ha ha. The graphics are good and the sound effects are amusing.

  6. In fact, the storyline is an integral part of this game. People in the city have become addicted to smartphones and are behaving as if they are hypnotized, can you help The Count find a solution to this trouble in paradise? I loved both of the Incredible Dracula games due to the complexity of tasks and time involved. Plus, I found this fun and addictive.

  7. My favorite part is building BloodDonalds hamburger shacks when the Count gets hungry, but of course there's the normal buildings such as sawmills and mines. It's a fun game. I have been waiting and waiting and waiting for this game to finally come to BFG! It's gathering and fetching, and sometimes having to wait for an object to product more wood or food for you to gather before being able to clear the path to next level of clicking and gathering.

  8. The Count soon finds trouble in paradise, when people start to become hypnotized after using their cell phones. I did find the beginning levels not as challenging, but I knew as I moved through that I would be facing levels I would have to play over and over and over to finally get 3 stars. Lots of things to do on each level. After that, the levels grow increasingly challenging, and they can get tough.

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