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THE GAME
This Point&Click adventure using 360° vision is the first part of a three-part adventure. Bram Stoker's terrifying world is faithfully brought to life. The game is not a copycat portage of the PC version but an adaptation for touch screens and mobile platforms.

HIGHLIGHTS
• Realistic characters in detailed decors
• Numerous enigmas to solve
• Bewitching cinematics creating an eerie and chilling atmosphere
• An adventure faithful to Bram Stoker's world
• An excellent soundtrack that enhances the menacing ambiance
• All voices and texts in English
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