Summary: Although it featured a more typical vampire plot, I like the added storyline of the fountain. I would've rated this to 4 stars, but the length of the game made me downgrade to 3 - it was rather short; I played a total of 40 minutes after the demo before finishing the game. This game had lots of HO searches, and simplistic puzzles. Definitely a casual game, and at some points it almost reminded me of the old school Castlevania platform games from Nintendo.
Summary: I knew I had to purchase this game when during the opening scene, Ruby picked up a bloody letter opener and was able to «operate» it on the law enforcement officer who had just refused her entry to a crime scene she wanted to pass through. «Oh no! Is she going to be one of those helicopter siblings who’ll do anything to help her brother?!» Alas, she was only presenting possible evidence. This game takes a light-hearted approach to a spooky subject.
Summary: This game was all about fun. It certainly didn't take itself too seriously. There was a vampire element but there was none of the more grusome stuff associated with that. it was all pretty lighthearted. Bright with tons of color, this game offered mega HO scenes, lots of interaction with the characters, a pretty good storyline and very easy puzzles. No stress or racking your brain to solve this mystery. It is fun, bright and has some cheesy italian music that I liked.
Summary: First of all, the title alone is not very creative but I enjoyed playing this game. It kind of reminded me of Dying for Daylight except DfD was much better. The graphics were drawn pretty good, the music was ok except after a HO scene and you find an important object, organ music plays which can be a little annoying yet a minor annoyance...not a big deal. The puzzles were not challenging at all which some players may find a flaw with that.