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You're the bloodthirsty Count out drumming up your nightly feast.

DraculaGraphics: 4
Sound: 3
Replay Value: 3
Notes: 1- or 2-player game
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Dracula is a blast just because you get to play the bad guy! Another of the Imagic games that presents you with the passage of time. You know, like Truckin' and Atlantis.




ROM No ROM variants have been identified.
Box So far, two variations have been found.
Manual Three variants have been identified.
Overlays No variations have been found.
Label To date, two labels have been recorded.
Easter Eggs No Easter Eggs have been found.




A total of two Dracula box variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dracula Box (Imagic 710018-1A) Imagic 710018-1A 1983 U.S.A. Standard black tray with cardboard backing; DOES NOT have game name and catalog number on top; game title on silver background on spine
Image not available. Imagic 710018-2A 1983 U.S.A. International Edition—text in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish




A total of three Dracula manual variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dracula Manual (Imagic 700018-1A) Imagic 700018-1A 1983 U.S.A.  
Image not available. Imagic 700018-2A 1983 U.S.A. NEEDS VERIFICATION; International Edition—instructions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish
Image not available. Imagic N/A None   NEED DETAILS; Orange paper, English instructions? late release version; reported by Spadamerfo51




A total of two Dracula overlay variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dracula Overlay (Imagic 740018-1A) Imagic 740018-1A 1983    
Dracula Overlay (Phil Boland 740018-1A<br>PRTD2014) Phil Boland 740018-1A
PRTD2014
1983   Part of the Imagic Overlays 2.0 Set (2016)




A total of two Dracula label variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dracula Label (Imagic 720012-1A) Imagic 720012-1A 1983 U.S.A. Picture label; NOTE: has same part number as the Ice Trek label, which is incorrect—it should be 720018-1A
Image not available. Imagic 720012-2A 1983 U.S.A. NEEDS VERIFICATION; International Edition—label text in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish; silver label




Title Screen Attract-mode style title screen shows you the various opponents you'll face.
I Vant to Trink Your Blood!! The perspective lends a good look to this game. The wolf (not pictured) is OK, but the vulture (also not pictured) could have been better. And what kind of fools live on this street anyway?




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