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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 7
  • 600 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Explore the halls of Malgray Castle and uncover its startling secrets in Vampireville Deluxe, a unique visual investigation with tongue-in-cheek twists. Michael is to appraise Malgrey Castle for its sale. Previous colleagues have disappeared, or returned completely insane, giving Michael pause on his new assignment, but he reluctantly agrees and soon finds himself in an unbelievable situation.

  • Get face-to-face with unearthly creatures in this Hidden Object mystery.
  • Visit an ominous castle and witness unbelievable events firsthand.
  • SSearch the boiler room, the attic, the grounds and other eerie places.
  • Challenge enigmatic puzzles in over 20 captivating chapters.
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Reviews of Vampireville
 | Added on: April 20, 2010
This was an overall quite alright game. It's a bit original and exciting. I actually chose to buy it after trying the trial version. Pros: Original Exciting Variation Good animation Cons: A bit thin story Somewhat boring towards the end
 | Added on: May 8, 2010
Interesting story line; exceptional graphics; some comical lines (I have to check my email); but as HOG it was very easy; very clicky; might be fun with kids playing together, but not challenging; spooky is good, but little thinking required; i did 6 chapters in demo; although interested to find out the secret, i wo'nt spend a fun pass to do so!
 | Added on: May 21, 2010
This was lots of fun. Different from the usual hidden object game.
 | Added on: June 20, 2011
A+ for graphics and crude humor! Game was too easy but the story line was interesting that I couldn't stop playing and it kept my attention and curiosity going. Got to give this one a shot its not on top of the list but it is entertaining! The puzzles were relatively easy and takes on a different perspective whereby you can move objects to find the required ones, which is something that was fresha nd new to me.
 | Added on: April 23, 2012
Vampireville is a fairly simple HOG with some okay voice clips. The hidden object portion of the game is standard for the genre. Not too easy, not too hard... The voice acting quality varies quite a bit, but overall is certainly satisfactory for a casual game. Graphically, the game (again) is average. Gothic-styled scenes with mostly fair sized objects. A few objects are a bit too small, but not bad. Basically, there is nothing overly good or bad about this game. I did enjoy the voice acting and quirky story. I would give it a harmless, slightly positive rating - higher for those who still are into all things vampire.
 | Added on: April 20, 2010
I absolutely loved this game. The mini puzzles are cool but I loved the fact that you can skip them if you get stuck. I will def be playing this game again.
 | Added on: May 20, 2010
This is a very slow paced game that you are not on any timer. Very life like. Main character even has a zit on his chin!
 | Added on: April 30, 2010
I really enjoyed this game. One of the first in a while that I had a hard time walking away from the computer to do other stuff. The graphics were nice, good storyline (cheesey but fun), nice mix of puzzles. I love games where you have to move items out of the way to get to other items and assemble or fix things. I agree with another review that the one thing I would have changed was making the scenes slightly different upon replay.
 | Added on: August 30, 2012
If only becoming a vampire could solve people's deadly diseases. Good story great game.
 | Added on: April 19, 2010
As above this game is way to long on game play its got a good script interesting plot but if your REALLY good at puzzels and logic then you wont have any trouble with the minigames which i think were to many it seems thats all you did was find parts or pieces to the mini games you will use hint A LOT just to get through.
 | Added on: April 21, 2010
looks like i'm in the minority. i didn't like this game at all. the way EVERY THING moved back and forth actually made me a bit nauseous. all the eye movements-the characters rocking back and forth. the story was silly to me. i got annoyed with all the seemingly unrelated scenes. the mini games were simple-that's ok. i found myself eager for the hr trial game to be over. actually breathed a sigh of relief...hope you're like the rest of the reviewers, and like this game. it's definately not for me...
 | Added on: February 8, 2013
This is one of those games that just surprises you and you end up having just a really fun gaming experience !! It was funny,not a bit scary,pre teens would like the characters... the mini games were fun and helped move the story along... The HOS were just the right challenge for this sort of fun game,I did use the hint button a few times and I like having to move curtains back or opening closets and hidden safes , that sort of thing... You end up just really liking the characters and the story line is cute,I would totally say "PLAY THIS GAME"... good graphics and music and the voice acting was not so bad ...
 | Added on: November 30, 2010
I was in need of a good hidden object game and well I found it when I down loaded this game. I simply adored the characters especially the Butler and Rover the St. Bernard. The game requires some clicking around however you probably won't mind as you have fun opening doors, turning on lights, moving objects out of the way etc.. I gave this 5 stars due to its wonderful character development and clever graphics. Enjoy my fellow gamers I know I did.
 | Added on: April 19, 2010
This game is mostly talking, with lots of computer simulated people, I think the creator wanted to show off their skill. The lead character has a resemblance to Keanu Reeves, not only in looks but the really bad English accent and wooden acting – but hey nice eye-candy for the ladies. The HO seems to be an after-thought for the most part. Saying that, although items are quite easy to find, you have to do quite a number of actions to finish a scene. The graphics are pleasing and lots of scouting around opening cupboards and whatnot to find items.....and the mini games aren’t bad either. I can’t say I would pay money for this game, but as I always say this is my opinion only. Download your free trial and see what you think
 | Added on: April 30, 2010
I find this game charming. Yes it has vampires, but they're civilized vampires who don't even bite people, so it's kid friendly. The game has a wry sense of humor The characters talk and their lips move for all the scenes and the British accents are fun. I also love that everything you do in the game relates to the storyline of the game. Normally I mind if I go to the same room again, but as the revisits related well to the story, I actually enjoyed it. The game has good hidden object searches and some fun mini-games. On some of the searches, you click an object to move it and it wasn't always obvious which objects you could click on, so I ended up just clicking a lot. There's no penalty for clicking and no time limit, so this was fine. In a couple of the mini-games it wasn't quite obvious what to do, but you can skip any mini-game after a certain period of time. I gave it 4 stars, because it's rather short and neither the storyline nor its length holds up to my favorite Nevosoft game Mushroom Age or even Dream Sleuth. The ending was also a bit flat. Still if you enjoy a fun storyline and like to have your searches relate to the story, then I recommend this game.
 | Added on: April 26, 2010
Enjoyed this a lot, great storyline, good length, enjoyable mini games
 | Added on: April 28, 2010
I just finished this game and had alot of fun with it. Thought the storyline was good and the games were challenging without being frustrating. I loved the way you had to open everything and remember to move things to find what you are looking for. Thought it was original and I am hoping they will come up with a second part to it. All in all it was just a really fun game.
 | Added on: April 23, 2010
The first review I read says it all so I'm just adding my my five stars. I found this game relaxing to play and it moved fluidly along. There were no reviews when I downloaded the game.
 | Added on: May 5, 2010
This game was okay. I only got the demo but I really don't think I will purchase it with a credit. I liked how you could move things aside to search behind it for HO's, but all in all they were easy to find. It was not challenging. I skipped the story line so I don't know if that was good or not but IF YOU LIKE THINKY GAMES WHERE YOU ACTUALLY HAVE TO SEARCH TO FIND THE OBJECTS OR THINK TO FINISH THE MINI GAMES, AND IF YOU LIKE TIMERS OR A CHALLENGE, THEN THIS GAME IS NOT FOR YOU. I have only found a couple of amazing HO games so far, which are Empress of the Deep: The Darkest Secret and Insider Tales - Vanished in Rome were two very great games. If you like what I like and haven't tried those out yet then you deff should. Over all I would say this game was sort of fun.
 | Added on: April 19, 2010
This game is so wierd that I like it. There are not that many HOs to find. It is more following directions and figuring things out. I think I am going to buy it since there are 20 chapers and I want to finish it.
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