Dracula 3 - The Path of the Dragon



September 1920, the Vatican appoints Father Arno Moriani, the "Devil's Advocate", to investigate a potential candidate for sainthood in Transylvania. But in the shadows of the disturbing ruins that were once Vlad the Impaler's castle, his investigation takes an unexpected turn...

There is obviously no sch thing as vampires... at least according to the official line of the Catholic Church. But how can you be so sure, standing in the swirling mists of Transylvania ?

Carry out your investigation amidst tales of bloody deeds and ancestral fears. Doubts start clouding your mind and doubt begets fear...
  • A nail-biting investigation on the dividing line between myth and reality, folklore and history, medecine and superstition.
  • Thwart the shady schemes of the occult forces, using only your wits and logic.
  • Compare, deduce, and solve the riddles barring your way and hindering your investigation or use the mouse to draw cursed symbols written in letters of fire!
  • Compare and decipher mysterious papers, old tables, manuscripts, engravings, precious vases, rune stones, ancient prophecies dating back to the origins of mankind and get to grips whith the most modern encryption process known in 1920 : the famous Enigma machine!
  • Interact and communicate whith the many colourful characters in the adventure, either face-to-face, by post or the era's ultra-modern means of communication: the telephone.
  • Set off on your adventure from Rome to Transylvania, Budapest to Turkey, venturing as far as the ancient cave prisons from which Vlad Tepes allegedly escaped.
  • Mouth-watering graphics, cutscenes and special effects, guaranteeing a dark and engrossing gaming experience.


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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.6 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. Really good, best in the series
    by Prince Leo, Denmark - Oct 3rd 2017

    One, if not the, best game in the Dracula series. The settings are marvellous, the story is original and engaging. Nice puzzles as well. The first 3 Dracula games are the best and this is the coronation of the trilogy. Recommended.

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  2. Good writing
    by Hermit64, Spain - Jan 15th 2016

    This is a classic 2D "point and click" adventure game with all its limitations. You play the role of a catholic priest in his search of the infamous count in the Europe of post World War II. The "background part" of the game is excellent: locations, atmosphere, historical documentation, dramatic progress, dialogues... But the "gameplay part" is not so good, and that's mainly for one reason: it's puzzles are often so cryptic that you will likely need to browse trough some internet walkthrough more often than fair gaming advices. So if you appreciate a good story and don't mind about cheating a bit, you can't try it. It surely won't disappoint you.

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  3. Lots of occult themes
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - May 23rd 2013

    The game is well made, but I personally really dislike how much horror/occult imagery there is in the game. I have to say, the story is quite sophisticated and carefully done, the dialogue clever; I just don't like to be that immersed in dark and troubling imagery.

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