Dead Hungry Diner

Dead Hungry Diner

Not a bad game if you’re into time management games. Sit down a bunch of monsters into your restaurant. Keep them happy and win points. Certain monsters make other monster happy, others make monsters mad. You have to figure out how to best configure these monsters within the seats available.

You also gain magic spells where you can make them more patient, turn them into calm zombies compared to angry monsters, and a host of other spells to help you get the max points on each level.

The game is simple, yet entertaining and doesn’t over extend itself with too many levels or too many variety’s of spells and monsters. Fun while it lasts.

Real player with 35.3 hrs in game

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MM BRAINS! While no innovator of the genre or GOTY candidate, Dead Hungry Diner is a relatively fun indie arcadey game which manages to be a competent casual Diner Dash clone. While not much at the core of this game is different from its predecesors except for a ghoulish Plants vs. Zombies-esque theme, it does everything it promises to deliver extremely well. Due to how well the game is executed, I see no reason to not recommend this game to fans of the time-management games or as an introduction to those who haven’t.

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

Dead Hungry Diner on Steam

Dracula: Love Kills

Dracula: Love Kills

Very good game.

[As usual, note that my times are always long since I frequently leave games running when other things come up.]

The HO scenes are always appropriate to the location with a good mix of easier and harder to find objects.

Count Dracula and Igor are entertaining, but never so far over the top as to be annoying.

The main story is the usual series of finding things to get you to the next room (or part of the game) etc., but it’s nicely put together and kept me interested.

The puzzles were plentiful and frequently challenging. There was a good assortment of different types of puzzles.

Real player with 30.4 hrs in game

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For those who played Dracula: Origin - this game is quite different, more of the cookie-cutter HO/puzzle/adventure kind, albeit with special abilities and two different endings based on your decisions, which makes it distinctive in this genre. It also has 2D painted art instead of the previous episode’s 3D.


  • Beautiful graphics, especially some HO scenes and the character art

  • The UI is very modern

  • Atmospheric and catchy music

  • The puzzles of the first half of the game are quite easy

Real player with 22.4 hrs in game

Dracula: Love Kills 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



Concise and straight to the point: this game is great, but I’m going for a negative review.


Well, it costs 2€, and it is the SAME game ripped off from Kongregate, where you can play it for free (it’s called Vampire Physics there by the way).

I’m going a little bit into the details in reviewing this game, but I’m gonna keep the judgement negative since I’m playing something that I paid for and that I have already played lots of time being a 10-years Kongregate/Flash user.

This game is one of those cut the rope/physics Flash games, and in this case you’ll control a vampire and you’ll have to touch the humans in order to turn them into vampires; you’ll have to cut ropes, time the cutting of the wooden blocks and so on even ‘cos you’ll have priests (here with some asset change but anyways) that will kill you and of course garlic to avoid, plus the moon which will cover/uncover and trasform werewolves and other things you’ll get in the game in case you’ll buy it!

Real player with 18.0 hrs in game

It’s cheap yes, it is kind of fun but it’s 30 minutes worth of fun then it’s all over, the achievements can be unlocked within that time period too, so bare in mind that this game does not really offer any reason to play it again.

The game as i mentioned is fun and entertaining but it seriously lacks content, if they went as far as to add some extra content this game could be much better, more enjoyable and even more appealing.

For now it’s a very casual puzzler that doesn’t really offer much challenge, so as it stands now it is a easy +1 to perfect games.

Real player with 16.4 hrs in game

Vampires! on Steam

Dracula: The Resurrection

Dracula: The Resurrection

2¢ Review

| Game Name: | Dracula: The Resurrection


| Original Release: | June 2000 |

| My Overall Grade (#/10):  | 2 |

| Demo: | No |

| Workshop: | No |

| Level Editor: | No |

| Captions: | No |

| Controller Support: | No |

| Multiplayer:  | No |

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game



✅Old looking




🔲Extreme graphics


✅Tin can

🔲Any pc

🔲A Decent PC

🔲A powerful pc

🔲An extremely powerful pc


🔲PC that god used to create the world


🔲Don’t have

✅Just a context

🔲Bad story

🔲Ok story

🔲Deep story

🔲Extremely deep and complex story


✅Easy to understand

🔲Easy to learn, hard to master

🔲You have to study a bit in order to play

🔲You will really need google


Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Dracula: The Resurrection on Steam

Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon

Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon

While this game started off promising as far as the look goes, I had a very hard time playing it. These games were known for being puzzle games. Well, they’ve removed the puzzles from this version. That means you’re going along playing when suddenly you hit a snag because you have a feeling you’re supposed to do something to progress. Except the thing you’re supposed to do has been removed or - worse - half removed. I spent this entire game bumbling through almost-puzzles that made no sense. You better hope you don’t get stuck on a “puzzle” because any walkthrough you find will be useless, since the “puzzle” you’re working on will be some ramshackle version of the one from the full game.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Dracula 3 fails in the excess. In the first cutscene we can see that the context is quite different from the other 2 games. We leave the nucleus of Jonathan and move into a context where the Catholic Church wants to investigate a possible canonization in a village in Transylvania, Romania. This shift from a romantic and adventure story in the first 2 games to an investigation of the supernatural seemed to be a good change for the series. The lore that is created around this new chapter is very interesting, but that is where the game fails in excess. There are endless dialogues and texts. The problem is not having too much of it, the problem is to have only this. Few puzzles, few parts of action, you are always stuck in a dialogue or pages and pages of readings. If these parts were diluted into interesting actions and puzzles, this would certainly be a great story, unfortunately a failure in excess. And jeez! It is annoying how many times the priest says “Hi, my name is father Moriane”.

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon on Steam

Dracula’s Legacy

Dracula’s Legacy

Hard to pick yes or now, I’ll go with the not recommended option, because of the questionable quality of the game.

The game is unusually cheap, only 3€, less than half of the usual Hidden Object Games ( ~8€) - this can be a strong point if you want to get it - around 1€ it’s an okay purchase if you know what are you buying into.

The game was obviously made for machines with touchscreens - there is no accuracy to speak about, sometimes clicking on the middle of the screen brings up an action that’s linked ot the very right side of the screen. Active zones are light up if pointed at, effectively showing how huge the clickable area is - while this is not a real negative, it takes away the precision from the game, resulting in much less actions / screen, and puzzles are also affected: instead of a hold and turn rotating puzzle, you need to click on the parts, because that’s easier to do with touchscreen.

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

The graphics are good, if a bit less rich than usual; the voice-acting is sub-par; the plot is interesting; the hidden object puzzles are easier, but more ludicrous, than usual; and the writing is…er…clearly the work of a lazy non-native English speaker (which can be pretty funny, I’ll admit – EG: “Quite usual water stinking with fish a little bit. I wouldn’t drink it, even if I’m thirsty."). It’s a mixed bag all told, but even then I’d almost recommend it if not for the bugs. OH GOOD GRAVY, THE BUGS! Roughly 2 hours of my counted playing time was actually spent trying to solve a puzzle that, it turns out, is hopelessly bugged. For some players, such as my self, the game is ultimately unplayable and unbeatable after a certain point because of such bugs. And there are MANY of them. It’s even acknowledged in the official forums, and the general response from the playerbase has been “Yeah, it sucks. Oh well. You get what you pay for…” The publishers? They’re silent on the matter – but they can’t respond fast enough when forum-users try to talk about a walkthrough (THAT little discussion needs to be silenced, apparently!). I’m told the game is unfortunately short, but I wouldn’t know – the bugs bar the way.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

Dracula's Legacy on Steam

Vampire Slave 1: A Yaoi Visual Novel

Vampire Slave 1: A Yaoi Visual Novel

Vampire Slave 1 and 2 are a beautiful interpretation of the original yaoi novel Vampire Slave by Yamila Abraham. The writing is reverent, tongue and cheek, self aware! There is a clear emphasis placed on consensual love between two characters that want the best for each other. Thank you to Yamila Abraham for creating the brilliant piece of modern literature that inspired this game, and thank you Y press for making the next chapter sexually explicit.

Real player with 26.3 hrs in game

It would be a neutral review if I could write one. I was contemplating to review the game after buying all the available chapters or when the story is finished completely but…the store page claims it’s a free game, right?! The next chapters are sold separately, have their own steam store pages, so I guess it’d be appropriate to put into words what I’ve experienced for now.

I’m a huge yaoi fan and adore vampire stories, submissive relationships are quite alluring to me, so when I saw this title Vampire Slave. A yaoi visual novel I knew I was gonna try it for sure. I’m grateful to the developer for creating such games, it’s not their first similar story, I even once was their backer at Kickstarter, participated in their discord until I was…disappointed:( I think it’s not right to mention any personal reasons, it’s a review about the game, not about the developer. I just decided for myself not to support them at Kickstarter anymore but games… I want to believe their work should be judged separately. Tho sometimes it’s hard to be unbiased. When I downloaded this free first chapter I didn’t pay attention by whom it was created. And as yaoi visual novels are still a rare case, I just can’t miss it.

Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

Vampire Slave 1: A Yaoi Visual Novel on Steam

Ashes of Immortality

Ashes of Immortality

Ashes of Immortality is a RPG maker game with an easy entry point

of satisfaction with some dispensarie flaws!

The graphics are pure kindling hot stepping gold!

The music is primed into a solitude effort!

You get a few side quests and some other milligrams transportation to use!

Now lets talk about the bad the bosses and enemies are copied rehash

novelty garbage disposals and its not recommended for that teensy bit!

But if you like a game and a challenging secret optional boss that gains you

the best reward ever then check this one out in customer-wise decisions

Real player with 27.5 hrs in game

With just RPG Maker stock material this game manages to create more atmosphere and excellent storytelling as many triple A games do proving that you don’t need a big budget or high end technology to produce a good game. This is truly 16 bit classic JRPG magic.


  • captivating story that ‘sucks’ you in, you want to continue playing to discover the story

  • well written dialogues

  • well chosen soundtrack

  • no grinding necessary (enemies are visible) but people who want to grind can choose to do so

Real player with 16.3 hrs in game

Ashes of Immortality on Steam

Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary

Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary

Unfortunatly I bought the trilogy some time ago-thats right all three dracula games and I really am disapointed that I ever did. I played the first game and half way through a game stopping bug appeared which I could not fix no matter what. Then I thought ok I will just go onto the second one and barely even started it and another game breaking bug this time on the Last Sanctuary I cant get close enough to a tree so that I can interact with it to get an oil can that is right near it. A simple thing really but without the oil can the game is unable to progress. So I am very disapointed and flustered that I let myself but these old classic games and I have looked for unofficial patches to try to correct the problem but no dice none. Well I will think twice the next time old games come on sale because they can be cheap as borsht but if they are unplayable whats the point Robert A Ens

Real player with 47.0 hrs in game

I also had the original on CD. In this Steam version, it’s true that there are few less puzzles and some cut scenes were removed. It’s as if it was streamlined for a more fluid progression through the game. Instead of having to paint the screen with your mouse cursor to find an interactive object, you will be able to see them when you are near it. You’ll be looking through your inventory to try to figure out what you need to use or combine. The available directions you can move to, have the arrows visible. This game is not exactly a walk-in-the-park, you may find yourself backtracking to find what you missed. I was stumped, plenty of times. Looks like it took me just under eight hours, over several days, to complete it. This is really, not a bad point and click game that was originally published/released 20 years ago. Besides, not everyone has seen the original PC version and no need to compare. It’s certainly playable. I finished the first and second games in this Dracula series (there are five). Time to to install #3.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary on Steam