Cursed Demons Of Wallachia - A Vampiric game released for the ZX Spectrum by Furillo Productions

If you're looking for a new game to play over the weekend, then we have just been told by Saberman, that if you head on over to the link below, you can play Furillo Productions latest ZX Spectrum game of 'Cursed Demons Of Wallachia'. A new game in which the creators have said is a colourful platformer game homage to the classic Hammer's Dracula horror movies for the ZX Spectrum 48k! To coincide with this late hour news story, Saberman has also done a video of the game being played.

Here is what the website says about the story of the 'Cursed Demons Of Wallachia'.

"I stand before the dark gates of Count Dracula's castle, with my gold cross in hand and determination in my heart. My mission is to find and destroy the succubi that infest this place before the Count returns from his nightly hunt for new victims. I have no stakes, so I'll have to search for them throughout the castle. But I'm certain I can find everything I need to accomplish my task. With my gold cross in hand, I'll move through the dark corridors and sinister rooms, facing the cursed demons that serve their master. I must find the coffins that house the succubi and drive wooden stakes into their hearts to end their reign of terror". 

"The garlic cloves will help me to keep evil away from me. I also have to defeat the cursed demons that serve Dracula and roam the entire castle. To escape this place, I have to find the opposite drawbridge from the one I entered and break the curse that prevents me from escaping. I can only flee once I've defeated all the succubi, obtained all the garlic cloves, and destroyed all the cursed demons. I know the task won't be easy, but I'm willing to face any danger to complete my mission. I must be cunning and brave, and not let fear stop me. Time is short, Count Dracula could return at any moment, but I'm determined to succeed in this dangerous adventure and leave this place alive".

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  1. Reminds me of "Vampire" on the MSX, which is deffo not a bad thing!

    1. Vampire Killer on the MSX was Castlevania. Definitely get some vibes of that from this game, too.


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