A dark and mysterious world awaits innocent young Caroline as she travels abroad in search of answers after her father mysteriously disappears. This gothic-inspired hidden object story will give you your fill of beautifully detailed scenes with intricacies to unwind. Unexpected twists of treason and betrayal will beguile you.
As Caroline, you travel through sunny cities and cold ancient ruins. A world you never dreamed of appears, and your journey through Transylvania reveals dangerous realms and unexpected allies. Mistakenly stumble upon the prison of an ancient vampire and witness the deep history of brutal clan wars. You will not rest till you understand what happened to your dear father.
Experience the dark mysteries for yourself when you try the free trial version of A Vampire Tale or download the full-unlimited version today!
Enjoy the beautiful gothic scenes, inspired by folkloric legends and tales.
Explore 16 challenging levels.
Play over and over again like new as the random hidden objects system presents the challenges differently each time.
Follow the enthralling plot to uncover a secret society and a longstanding feud between vampire clans.
Common theme, daughter looking for lost father. I didn't like the "play". Every time you click on something in the HO scene the daughter pops out to say something. Very frustrating. What trinket that used to belong to Grandmother isn't relevant to the game. Graphics are fair. I wasn't very impressed.
forentor | Added on: June 11, 2013
If you want a basic - and, I do mean basic - hog - try this one. However, don't ask me what a "narleigh" is - cause I've never heard of one. Nice that you get penalized for not knowing what something is. Not to mention; it's also difficult to see the objects.....for those who try it - the bookmark is on the highly patterned carpet under the desk - towards the front of the screen.
VickiPS | Added on: June 14, 2013
If you want to discipline your kids, make them play this game for 20 minutes or so. Any longer would just be cruel. It's boring, the graphics are terrible, many of the clues are wrong (e.g. horse collar called a saddle: clickable areas in the wrong place) and the cut scenes are talky and disconnected. It's dull and pretty pointless. I doubt it would even cut it as a give-away: I certainly regret paying for it.
3069732 | Added on: June 12, 2013
This reminds me of games from years ago. It is timed, hard to find objects, not sure why we that pay for games and have to put up with this
32350702 | Added on: June 12, 2013
Very boring, nothing but hidden object scenes ,one after the other. Annoying pop ups of daughter talking. Very basic ,lame game. Uninstalled after 30 minutes
devi | Added on: June 12, 2013
What's a filler game you say ... it' a game you play when there is absolutely nothing else to do. I haven't finished the game yet but I doubt my opinion will change. Can only play for 30 min at a time (b-o-r-i-n-g). This is old time HO with added pages and pages of script you need to click through (no skip buton). And to make matters worse, you're being timed. So now you'r bored AND stressed. Not a reco from me, but if you find you have nothing to do, give it a try. It'll make you appreciate the new adventure HO games that are out now.
This game was too short, very dull (all HOS and easy puzzles), ending was abrupt, just the barest of plot. In short, don't waste your money.
BossMoss | Added on: June 15, 2013
Defiantly a game to play when there is absolutely nothing else to do. Doing laundry is more fun then this game. Way to many cut scenes and conversations. Nothing to do but hunt for very small obscure objects. Old school HOG. No challenge at all. Story line is poor and even with timer, not enough excitement. Don't waste your time or credits or money on this game.
cat_in_rv | Added on: August 5, 2013
It's hard for me to believe this game is new. It plays like a game deveoped 10 years ago. The story itself is not too bad, but everything else is terrible. There is no animation; what voiceovers there are only happen during static comic-book type scenes; the graphics are poor; the English language is not always translated properly (i.e., a horse collar is not a saddle). Additionally, the transitions from one section to another were awful, and there was an extra credit item within scenes, but you didn't know that until you happened to stumble across one. Then at the end, all you got for enduring this poorly constructed game was "End of Part 1." They're going to make a Part 2? Count me out.