Dracula: A Gothic RPG

Dracula: A Gothic RPG

Dracula is back in this dark but cute RPG.

Collect souls for more powers, learn alchemy, and cast your dark magic in battle.

Black cats, werewolves, zombies; he’s buddies with all types of Halloween friendlies – and he’s going to go questing with them!


After thousands of years, Dracula has been summoned for a grand purpose by ghosts and dark magicians. They require his resurrection to fulfill the prophecy.

After he has awakened, he meets a quirky cast of characters that will get him in a lot of trouble and comical shenanigans.


👻 Party members include ghosts, zombies, and many types of Halloween friendlies.

🦠 Collect Souls to increase your power, or talk to the dead to learn their skills.

🎁 Collect items to decorate Dracula’s Mansion.

⚔️ Explore and adventure the world with some … rather unusual quests… as a dark hero.

📺 Classic role-playing style

Explore areas in classic JRPG style

~Victorian Forest~

Future Updates:

⚗️ Craft items in the Underground Alchemy Lab.

📜 Randomized side-quests

🍪 Come to the dark side. We have cookies.


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Dracula: A Gothic RPG on Steam



Discover the origins of Dracula in this classics-inspired JRPG.

Everyone is happy and there’s never any trouble in this peaceful little village of Westminster. Everyone loves you and its a golden-era.

Alex was just an average boy until that one fateful night, then his whole life changed forever.

15 years ago a mysterious old man left a strange amulet to protect against great evil, but once Alex finds the amulet he becomes something everyone feared, something that everyone hated, and it wasn’t his fault…

Alex has been transformed into a Vampire by The Dark Gods. They want Alex to fulfill the prophecy and become The Chosen One…

…To become Dracula, the Eater of Souls.


📺 Classic Role-Playing Style

🧱 2.5D graphics

📖 Rich Storyline

🎆 Unique magic, skills, and items only found in the Dracula series

👻 Surprises and treasure hidden in every corner

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**inspired by Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Breath of Fire.

Dracula is made for the true fans of classic RPGs! Rediscover all the nostalgic charm today’s RPGs are missing.**

+Linear Storyline

+Explore towns freely to unlock new side quests

+Dialogue can’t be skipped, you can’t read behind signs, and all the typical cliché 90s RPG mechanics

+In classic RPG tradition, the last boss will surprise you, and has multiple forms

*The sequel to this game is Dracula all grown up:


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Dracula on Steam

Dracula: Origin

Dracula: Origin

Tip: Press the space bar to see active clickable items so you don’t have to pixel hunt!!!

Enjoyable point and click adventure game. Puzzles were of a medium challenge, the main voice actor was convincing of the part, and the atmosphere/levels was fitting for vampire lore. I appreciated how the puzzles reflected the theme of the game and weren’t stand alone or unrelated like many other games. For example, you had to figure out the demons from normal animals or puzzles relating to dark arts. The music was good, but it got a little repetitive if you’re in an area too long.

Real player with 30.9 hrs in game

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Dracula Origin for me presented an interesting and enjoyable story in settings that varied greatly and where both interesting to explore and well designed. The puzzels presented within Dracula vary in difficulty and complexity and the style of them also changes depending on the location you are in, this is a nice touch and keeps the game moving and engaging for the around 2 - 3 hours you are in a certain area. The story within the game follows a rather cliche plot, and ends abruptly however its enough to keep you going, however for an adventure game where story is usually a mian factor it is a bit of a let down. The sound design is great, with different background music playing in different areas and ambient noise creating a creepy atmosphere which suits the overall theme of the game.

Real player with 17.8 hrs in game

Dracula: Origin on Steam

Vampire Clans

Vampire Clans




Become the most powerful vampire lord and lead your clan to take over Paris underground. Expand your base, collect blood and kill anybody you want.

As a vampire, you have to enslave people and drain their blood to keep alive your clan. Build prison and go hunting, fresh blood is the most important thing for vampires.

Vampires are super fast. Use this advantage in smooth, slow motion fights. Use magic, alchemy, weapons and special abilities to beat your enemies. Conquer other clans and enlist their members … or kill them, the choice is yours.

Train your vampires to create the best formation to fight against your enemies. Evolve from cave vampires to the most powerful vampire lords.

Vampire Clans on Steam

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD


Welcome, again, to another instance of Steam Library reviews by Oniell Ford! (Never mind the altered name and avatar. It’ll go back to normal in due time.) As usual, the blacked-out areas of the review are spoilers, so avoid them if you want to experience the thrills of the game yourself.

This time, we’ll be reviewing “Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD”, the second installment in Mercury Steam’s “Lords of Shadow” trilogy. As many of you know, my review for the previous “Lords of Shadow” installment was pretty negative. Unlike LoS 1 and 2, Mirror of Fate turned out to be a much better game. Without further ado, THE REVIEW!

Real player with 56.8 hrs in game

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate is the second game in the Lords of Shadow Trilogy. After I played the first game- which I found to be a great first step albeit not without some noticeable flaws- I was looking forward to playing its sequels. And when I got to Mirror of Fate, it did not disappoint.

Whereas the first Lords of Shadow was primarily a hack and slash beat ‘em up with Prince of Persia style platforming, Mirror of Fate combines the combat of the first Lords of Shadow, the platforming of the original Castlevania, and the exploration of the Symphony of the Night-style Metroidvanias, mixing them all together to form a playstyle all its own.

Real player with 26.3 hrs in game

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD on Steam

Diluvian Ultra

Diluvian Ultra

In Diluvian Ultra you play as Atilla, an undead king that is awakened in deep space, aboard his tomb, ship by an invasion of unknown enemies. He must fight to prevent them from stealing his most sacred object: The Book of Life. Without the book, Attila’s order can’t revive the long-dead human species.

The spaceship is a living combination of flesh and stone, teeming with creatures created to serve a purpose aboard the ship. Even the doors are alive.

Diluvian Ultra is built around a damage system where you have to combine weapons to be effective. Armor negates most damage, but some weapons are designed to damage only the armor itself, setting the victim up for a lethal blow. The player has to be careful, as enemies will combine their attacks in the same way. Armor damage cannot kill you, but take too much and a single well-placed lethal attack will kill you in one hit.

Combat in Diluvian Ultra is all about mobility. Dodge enemy fire, while you chain together ranged attacks with close combat blows and devastating ground slams to interrupt and stun your enemies.

The weapons range from living insect guns, to plasma spewing shotguns. Each has a unique special reload function, like healing armor damage or turning the magazine into a grenade.

Diluvian Ultra on Steam