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Staff:

Code + Graphics: Ariel Endaraues

Intro + Loading Screen: Juan Antonio Fernandez (F3M0)

Music: Beyker

Testing: Javi Ortiz + Alexis Vorian

 

Tools:

AGD  by  Jonathan Cauldwell

AGDx  by Allan Turvey

Musicizer by David Saphier

Plot:

Long ago, an army of knights known as the Order of the Silver Cross attacked count Orlack's castle.

The mission was to annihilate the lord of shadows and all his subjects.

The battle was fierce, leaving a large number of victims on both sides.

But finally, a few knights managed to access the main crypt and confront Orlack.

The count managed to defeat a dozen warriors before being cornered by the invaders. The end had come. However, he managed to transform once again into his vampiric form, escaping between spears and arrows into the dark night of Transylvania.

Years passed and the wounds of war were healing. Earl Orlack made the lonely return home and only one word kept him alive. Vengeance.

KEYS:

O - Left

P - Right

Q - Up & Vampiric Form 

A - Down & Count Aspect

SPACE - Attack

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VampireVengeance1.1.tap 56 kB

Comments

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Your users are getting crashes on 128K machines though, so perhaps test more comprehensively and update to the latest Musicizer.

Thank you. We will update the musicizer as soon as possible.
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I saw intro and see loader. Nothing more :( I am using Speccy.

EDITL when I changed mode from 128 to 48, it works!

Yes , We also tried fuse and spectaculator and it worked ok.

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Hi guys. Looks like you're using an old version of the Musicizer which has a bug that can cause a crash in 128k mode. Latest can be found here : http://zxbasic.uk/files/agdmusicizerII219.rar

Thanks David! . We tested the game and no crash appeared luckily.

Óptimo trabalho! Saudações de Portugal!

muito obrigado! ;)

and little gameplay:

Vamos a darle... La demo ya tenía muy buena pinta en Retrozaragoza :)

Muchas Gracias!