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?


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Not just a quick slap and dash game, but plenty of time and strategy needed to savor the fun. Enjoying this game just as much as the first! Waste of Time! The goal is to earn 3 gold stars, and you can replay the levels to achieve a better score. Doing my happy vampire dance! Maybe I just don't get it, but for me the game was repetitive beyond belief, thus boring. I have both games these developers have made, I have the CE's and bonus game is almost a SE as an add on! The Count and the Princess hit the road, together this time, to search Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call Collectors Edition answers and destroy the billboards and other technology responsible for zombifying everyone. The first ten levels or so are a sort of warm up which give you plenty of time to get used to the game mechanics. It is fun, it is challenging, I love the story-line, the graphics are the only "let down", they don't feel as crisp and well done as in the original game. It has the smoothest increase in challenge as you go through the levels and the best level of challenge overall the first is much more challenging, and the third is much easier. And, I was right. I've been waiting for this since the trial. You Dolphin Dice Slots play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and each level has a present to find and open to receive collectible stickers.

There are collectibles on every level, as well as gifts on random levels. After that, the levels grow increasingly challenging, and they can get tough. 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. I've played it twice in a row and really enjoyed every minute. And, it does not disappoint! I loved the first one and this one is just as good. The first ten levels or so are a sort of warm up which give you plenty of time to get used to the game mechanics. Plus, I found this fun and addictive. For example, on some levels the guy that sells springs sells 3, sometimes 2, sometimes 1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tatajojo from Great sequel! I have both games these developers have made, I have the CE's and bonus game is almost a SE as an add on! Plus it's nice to have a time management game, as there are previous few.

The Count soon finds trouble in paradise, when people start to become hypnotized after using their cell phones. Both have wallpapers, concept art, music, achievements, collections, bonus chapters and a strategy guide. Apart from being my all time favourite games the value for money is fantastic. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Therm81 from Colllectors Management? I like the different levels of challenge. The Incredible Dracula is no longer a bachelor, yep, he's a family man thanks to his online dating stalker, also known as Princess. As far as the Collectors, one could always wait until a special appears from BFG. Waste of Time! 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. I love everything about this game: it's fun, there's lots of little items to collect that you need to Dfacula during the game, the music Redemption Cemetery: Bitter Frost Collectors Edition very cheerful and the best part is that while it's not too hard the levels do get more and more challenging. The extras Colleectors this is Tge CE version contain more levels and other usual features such as wallpapers. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by hermette from More of the same I tried the trial hoping there would be an added Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist of interest, but immediately realized it was more of the same gathering and more gathering. This was a wonderful follow up to the original Incredible Dracula. Although I do Summertime Mahjong you could upgrade to Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call Collectors Edition bigger tent to more than two people. You can play in relaxed mode, multi click and timed modes and each level has a present to find and open to receive Collectlrs stickers.


And sometimes you make paint, sometimes spray paint. Not going to say to much - play for your self. That's the opposite of fun! And, it does not disappoint! I love how everything is related to the story, the garlic, the BloodDonalds, and even when you repair the road, the zombies simply slap a few misguided boards on top. Plus it's nice to have a time management game, as there are previous few. Some items you collect will go towards crafting objects, after all, Princess still requires luxury. 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. 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. Personally, I could give a flip about the wallpaper, concept art, and even the music I like it in game, but I'm not going to loop it all day outside of the game. Try for yourselves of course It gets a lot more annoying after the demo, FYI and happy gaming to all! Incredible Dracula II plays in the same vein as its acclaimed predecessor did, a rather traditional resource-management gameplay accompanied by a light-hearted, well-written story. It has the smoothest increase in challenge as you go through the levels and the best level of challenge overall the first is much more challenging, and the third is much easier. There's also Cosplay sheep haha! It is not to easy and not to hard.

The graphics are good and the sound effects are amusing. The goal is to earn 3 gold stars, and you can replay the levels to achieve a better score. Also, the Strategy Guide is a must to complete some of the levels. If you loved the first Incredible Dracula, you'll love this one as well. Some items you collect will go towards crafting objects, after all, Princess still requires luxury. The first ten levels or so are a sort of warm up which give you plenty of time to get used to the game mechanics. I love everything about this game, the cute big eyed characters are adorable and its a little challenging at times, but I love it. The Count and the Princess hit the road, together this time, to search for answers and destroy the billboards and other technology responsible for zombifying everyone. Hope to see more games like this. 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. Thanks guys - Great work! And sometimes you make paint, sometimes spray paint. There is definitely a need to strategize before begin each level, otherwise you will often find yourself waiting for resources to load with nothing else to do.

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The goal is to earn 3 gold stars, and you can replay the levels to achieve a better score. Try for yourselves of course It gets a lot more annoying after the demo, FYI and happy gaming to all! And, this game as a Collector's Edition is worth the price. There are so many levels that the regular game will not provide. Enjoyable TM game. Plus it's nice to have a time management game, as there are previous few. I found that the CE material was worth the extra cost. The Incredible Dracula is no longer a bachelor, yep, he's a family man thanks to his online dating stalker, also known as Princess. Back to making stuff. In this series:. There is definitely a need to strategize before begin each level, otherwise you will often find yourself waiting for resources to load with nothing else to do. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Isator from Loooove it this one is even better then the first one.

13 thoughts on “Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call Collectors Edition

  1. One thing I especially like is that you can think out your own strategy, and often there are multiple ways to do things that will achieve gold. The characters are quite funny, and the it's challenging enough. And sometimes you make paint, sometimes spray paint. Also, the Strategy Guide is a must to complete some of the levels.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Justy from It's finally here! I've played it twice in a row and really enjoyed every minute. The Count and the Princess hit the road, together this time, to search for answers and destroy the billboards and other technology responsible for zombifying everyone. I've played the previous installment, and look forward to the continuing adventures of Dracula and his family.

  3. Also, the Strategy Guide is a must to complete some of the levels. 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 levels can last a while, so prepare yourself. One thing I especially like is that you can think out your own strategy, and often there are multiple ways to do things that will achieve gold. Since nothing has changed from the first episode, I have to point out some stuff.

  4. If you loved the first Incredible Dracula, you'll love this one as well. Not just a quick slap and dash game, but plenty of time and strategy needed to savor the fun. Lots of things to do on each level. The challenge is on point after the first 10 levels or so,and gets progressively challenging as you move forward. Apart from being my all time favourite games the value for money is fantastic.

  5. The game really is fun to play and I recommend everyone to at least play the demo to form your own opinion. There are collectibles on every level, as well as gifts on random levels. Try for yourselves of course It gets a lot more annoying after the demo, FYI and happy gaming to all! I loved the first one and this one is just as good.

  6. Enjoyed playing it. Maybe I just don't get it, but for me the game was repetitive beyond belief, thus boring. That's the opposite of fun! It's a fun game.

  7. I love everything about this game, the cute big eyed characters are adorable and its a little challenging at times, but I love it. I'm going to swim upstream here and call this game annoying. Maybe I just don't get it, but for me the game was repetitive beyond belief, thus boring. Although it might not be as innovative as we liked, it is still a treat for time management fans and casual gamers alike.

  8. Thanks guys - Great work! That is to say; this isn't a rat-maze kind of game. The Count and the Princess hit the road, together this time, to search for answers and destroy the billboards and other technology responsible for zombifying everyone.

  9. Not just a quick slap and dash game, but plenty of time and strategy needed to savor the fun. The characters are quite funny, and the it's challenging enough. Have only just started and granted same premise as last Dracula but still fun and a BIG improvement over the doom, gloom and tragedy games being offered these days. The Count soon finds trouble in paradise, when people start to become hypnotized after using their cell phones.

  10. I don't find this challenging, I find it bothersome. Maybe I just don't get it, but for me the game was repetitive beyond belief, thus boring. I recommend this game!!

  11. The game has three different modes of play, normal, multi-click, and relaxed, which you can change at any time without having to first complete the current mode you are playing. I have both games these developers have made, I have the CE's and bonus game is almost a SE as an add on! Totally pleased!!

  12. Constantly making things is distracting. Since nothing has changed from the first episode, I have to point out some stuff. And, this game as a Collector's Edition is worth the price.

  13. Personally, I could give a flip about the wallpaper, concept art, and even the music I like it in game, but I'm not going to loop it all day outside of the game. There are so many levels that the regular game will not provide. There's also Cosplay sheep haha! 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.

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