· review computeremuzone
Perhaps one of the best and most original games of the German Magic Bytes, was this Vampire's Empire, an original mix of puzzle and platforms in which we had to help the famous Professor Van Helsing to destroy his archenemy Dracula, using an invention of the Professor that would carry the light through mirrors, to the depths of the vampire's castle.
The objective is to take the grandfather, from room to room, orienting the mirrors so that the light was advancing, something that was achieved by placing other mirrors in between, in a similar way to that of "Deflektor".
The 8-bits versions came out pretty ugly graphically, but at least the essence of the game was there; the same in MSX, slower, but not especially worse than the other versions.
In this case, being slower plays in its favor, since the inertia of the character makes us fall more times than we would like for the stairs, at least in Spectrum.