Title Fright Night Game Type General Action Publisher Microdeal Players 1 Compatibility OCS (AGA Patch available) HD Installable Yes Submission Chris Vella email@example.com Profiled Reviewer Review This is one game that is very original and I have yet to see another one like it. You are a vampire and must survive a whole day. To survive you must drink the blood of all people who occupy the house you live in. To drink their blood you just attack them by jumping at them. They will defend themselves however, they will throw crosses and other items at you, and if you're hit by any of them, you will lose energy. Lose all your energy and you die. Game over! There are other creatures that attack you throughout the house. Ghosts, rats, and body parts all deplete your energy. Beware of the naked woman ghost, she flies around pretty fast and if your like me and try to get a good look at her, she will attack you relentlessly and you won't be alive long enough to get your cheap thrill. The house consists of several floors and you must go up and down stairs to get to all the parts. The occupants of the house are both male and female humans and some throw more items at you than others. You can avoid the objects by ducking or jumping over them. After you kill all the people in the house, you must return to your coffin in the basement. The next day will now begin and you will have even more people in the house to kill. The graphics are very nice and the sprites are huge. The sound is especially good. Sometimes when you drink a person's blood you will let out a nice burp! Pretty funny stuff. There are also various screams beaconing throughout the house. In conclusion, This game might not be for everyone's taste (pardon the pun) but I like it and think its pretty humorous. The game does play well even though it won't last you all that long, but it's fun while you are playing. You should buy the game just for the novelty of it and since there are no other games like it on the Amiga. Finally a game where you get to be the bad guy. Lights out, and why do I suddenly have a craving for a Bloody Mary?