Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods Collectors Edition

Outsmart a god in a thrilling showdown of wits and enjoy a lot of laughs along the way! Featuring drop-dead gorgeous visuals, a story that will keep you in stitches and enough bonus materials to fill a good chunk of eternity, Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods will take you on a journey you'll never forget!

Manage your time and resources well, build towers to defend your helpers, complete missions for outlandish characters and use bonuses to your advantage as you race against the clock to grab Loki's coin and teleport to the next level! Is it as fun or graphically appealing as previous ID games? As I've posted previously on other TMGs, the amount of work to develop a TMG is intimidating if this, then this; go here and this happens; don't do this and that won't happen. The levels became more interesting and fun. Each scene has a Collectible Figurine, and some of the scenes also have a wrapped Present which contain a collectible sticker. As usual, the gameplay is harder in the beginning but become quickly easy with the powers up. Game of Gods is similar to most time management games in that a reason is found to send Dracula cleaning up or building through lots of levels-- there are only so many reasons to do that, so of course the reasoning is a little thin if you aren't willing to suspend reality. This game is very different from the first three, which is great. Read more Outsmart a god in a thrilling showdown of wits and enjoy a lot of laughs along the way! I also feel qualified to comment on visibility. I'm having a harder time seeing the print of this review than I had seeing the level details in Game of Gods. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Starsmark from Superheroes and Villans Everywhere Loki is up to his tricks again. The gaming world is full of evil occult graveyard games - I see enough grimness and death in real life, I don't find it entertaining, and the Dracula series is a welcome relief from that. This isn't ID! My hat is off to the developers of not only this game but most other TMG.

There are some paths that run under or over others and it may take a close look to see where they run, but that is no different from the previous Draculas, and I like the complexity of overlapping paths which are not present in most other TM series. I do feel qualified to evaluate 'stupid' and the plot is not 'stupid', it is lighthearted and entertaining in a similar way that the other Dracula plots are. He's cute, not vicious. There are different ways to get resources in this game than previous games. I've played hundreds of BigFish games including the previous episodes of the Incredible Dracula series. In the first episode, Chasing Love, Count Dracula was looking for love in all the wrong places, internet dating services. The Count is forced to pack his bags, and hit the road again, to find the beast, or deal with the invasion of his very needy family, in his own castle! Each scene has a Collectible Figurine, and some of the scenes also have a wrapped Present which contain a collectible sticker. Dracula's entire family have packed their bags, and moved into his castle, all because Dracula purchased HIM when he was just a boy, and HE had escaped! This is a little easier than prior Draculas; I rarely had to repeat a level to get gold, though I've only played with multi-click option. The origami and plastic worlds are super fun and original. Upon spotting Dracula and his zombie minion, Rufus, he tricks the eternally fanged one into rolling a pair of magical dice for a chance at winning an amazing prize. A good CE content : bonus levels, strategy guide, fun trophies, plenty of collectibles and much more.


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I never play with a timer, because it is too mind boggling for me, so I don't know why the timer appeared. As a huge fan of the Incredible Dracula series, I was excited to see that a new edition had been released. I'm having a harder time seeing the print of this review than I had seeing the level details in Game of Gods. Try this game for yourself - it is games like this that the trial periods are for. There are lots of little visual winks in the scene backgrounds if you appreciate that sort of thing - like the Lego-like treetops in the 'plastic' levels and the rolling eyeballs of an agent. The game board and graphics are beautiful. The graphics are not nearly as crisp or interesting as previous Incredible Dracula ID games. Rated 5 out of 5 by Magda from Oops, did I give this game five stars? A Sophias Adventures: The Search for the Lost Relics CE content : bonus levels, strategy guide, fun trophies, plenty of collectibles and much more. This is a cheap copy. I Sparkle Unleashed the CE for the extra levels. In Dracula they are pretty much like the rest of the game, and enough of them that I felt I got my money's worth. In episode three, Family Secrets, poor Count Dracula never seems to catch a break, and has to catch a monster if he wants enjoy some peace and quiet. Game of Gods is similar to most time management games Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods Collectors Edition that a reason is found to send Dracula cleaning up or building through lots of levels-- there are only so many reasons to do that, so of Mahjong: Wolf Stories the reasoning is a little thin if you aren't willing to suspend reality. I honestly believe if you work past the first few levels, Age of Mahjong will find this is a decent, enjoyable, fun game.

I liked the concept of origami landscape; though the scenery in those levels does look different than one is used to, I found it fresh, not confusing. This fourth episode, Game of Gods, The Fanged One, has let his compulsiveness get the better of him, when the god Loki challenges him to a game. The origami and plastic worlds are super fun and original. The story is amusing and easy to follow. He used a magic mirror to single her out. This isn't ID! Having played the entire CE game plus the bonus levels, I think these reviews are mainly from folks who quit a few levels in and just aren't the right market. I guess I need to count the resources, which is annoying. Featuring drop-dead gorgeous visuals, a story that will keep you in stitches and enough bonus materials to fill a good chunk of eternity, Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods will take you on a journey you'll never forget! I sure did! I'm having a harder time seeing the print of this review than I had seeing the level details in Game of Gods. There is a glitch in the collections display which makes it not work this review is January so game is brand new, I imagine this will be patched soon but that's a shrug for me, the fun for me is in looking not counting. In Dracula they are pretty much like the rest of the game, and enough of them that I felt I got my money's worth. My favorite level thus far was when Dracula was tasked with finding a princess who had been changed into a frog along with her friends. I am surprised by the negative reviews as I have been impressed with the game after more than 4 hours of enjoyable gameplay.

The origami and plastic worlds are super fun and original. I'm glad Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist didn't give up on this game. Now the Count has found himself a part of the game, of which he doesn't even know the rules! The only problem I had with this long game is when I began Zumas Revenge play the bonus game a timer Drachla on the screen. In Incrredible they are pretty much like the rest of Editoon game, and enough of them that I felt I got my money's worth. The prior Draculas are in my opinion harder than most other building TM series, so this is a change. I read reviews before I buy and am sorry to say I almost didn't try this one because of mentions of 'stupid plot' and 'poor graphics'. There are 26 Trophies, which are achievements you earn for doing random things. As usual, the gameplay is harder in the beginning but become quickly easy with the powers up. I sure did!


My favorite level thus far was when Dracula was tasked with finding a princess who had been changed into a frog along with her friends. Origami necessitates unusual building supplies such as paper, glue, and tape, though the mechanics of collect-enough-of-each are same as other TM games and prior Draculas. Rated 5 out of 5 by Magda from Oops, did I give this game five stars? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Starsmark from Superheroes and Villans Everywhere Loki is up to his tricks again. I play with the sound off so cannot comment on music or voicing at all. The story is amusing and easy to follow. Game of Gods is similar to most time management games in that a reason is found to send Dracula cleaning up or building through lots of levels-- there are only so many reasons to do that, so of course the reasoning is a little thin if you aren't willing to suspend reality. However, I decided to give it a chance and see what was in store. This fourth episode, Game of Gods, The Fanged One, has let his compulsiveness get the better of him, when the god Loki challenges him to a game. As a huge fan of the Incredible Dracula series, I was excited to see that a new edition had been released. There are lots of little visual winks in the scene backgrounds if you appreciate that sort of thing - like the Lego-like treetops in the 'plastic' levels and the rolling eyeballs of an agent. I must say, this is one of my absolute favorite Time Management games I love the graphics, I love the music,I love the story lines, and most of all, I love the humor, enjoy! As I moved on, predictably, the levels became more difficult and challenging.

8 thoughts on “Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods Collectors Edition

  1. I'm having a harder time seeing the print of this review than I had seeing the level details in Game of Gods. As I moved on, predictably, the levels became more difficult and challenging. The only problem I had with this long game is when I began to play the bonus game a timer was on the screen. I enjoy the references Drac makes to the other games in the series, but it isn't necessary to have played those.

  2. Disclaimer: I adore this particular Dracula. The Count is forced to pack his bags, and hit the road again, to find the beast, or deal with the invasion of his very needy family, in his own castle! Each scene has a Collectible Figurine, and some of the scenes also have a wrapped Present which contain a collectible sticker.

  3. I also feel qualified to comment on visibility. You really should try it for yourself. The game board and graphics are beautiful. I buy the CE for the extra levels. I do feel qualified to evaluate 'stupid' and the plot is not 'stupid', it is lighthearted and entertaining in a similar way that the other Dracula plots are.

  4. Dracula has been on his share of adventures through the centuries but nothing like the quest the deceitful god Loki has thrown his way. Bored to tears one day, Loki decides to trick a pair of immortals into playing a new game. Not really for his zombie, Rufus, but apparently he pays well. You really should try it for yourself.

  5. In this Collector's Edition version, there are several extra's which may make a big difference when deciding on which version to purchase. I guess I need to count the resources, which is annoying. The gaming world is full of evil occult graveyard games - I see enough grimness and death in real life, I don't find it entertaining, and the Dracula series is a welcome relief from that. You really should try it for yourself.

  6. The gaming world is full of evil occult graveyard games - I see enough grimness and death in real life, I don't find it entertaining, and the Dracula series is a welcome relief from that. Loooove this new installment! There are 26 Trophies, which are achievements you earn for doing random things. To return to their former undead lives, they'll have to beat each level and overcome Loki's cunning schemes.

  7. In Dracula they are pretty much like the rest of the game, and enough of them that I felt I got my money's worth. A little mouthy, for sure, but he has compassion. I love everything about this series and Alawar will always be one of my favorite developers. He just can't help himself!

  8. Bored to tears one day, Loki decides to trick a pair of immortals into playing a new game. In the second episode,The Last Call, The Incredible Dracula is no longer a bachelor, he's a family man thanks to his online dating stalker, also known as Princess. I usually read over the Trophy requirements before playing a new game to see what needs to be done differently in order to earn a Trophy.

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