Description

In an adventure game you are put in a fictitious world inside the computer. The computer shows you where you are, what you see, and where you can go. You travel around and do things by giving the computer two word commands, a verb and a noun, such as 'Go North', 'Look Tree', 'Take Brick', and so on. The computer then shows you the result of your action and waits for your next instruction. The object of an adventure game is to accomplish something in particular through exploring the world around you, perhaps using some of the objects you find, and solving puzzles. This 'something' in Transylvania is to rescue a damsel in distress. . . but first you must find her.

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#1598 lowest rated PC adventure game (#4277 on PC, #15665 overall)

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50% of 6 total votes

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#576 hardest PC adventure game (#4929 on PC, #18161 overall)

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4 total votes

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71% of 7 total votes

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