Tibor: Tale of a Kind Vampire

With vampires being so wildly popular nowadays there is a huge increase in vampire shows, movies, books and of course, video games. The problem with the video games is that very few of them are big console games, nearly all of them are either free and low quality browser games or cheap PC games directed at pre-teen girls. Lame.
But, while searching for newer vampire games I came across one of those cheap computer games, Tibor: Tale of a Kind Vampire, and in spite of my hatred for cheesy games this one was so adorable I couldn’t help but check it out.

So I went here and downloaded the free trial, and what I found was a ridiculously addictive vampire game. While it is a simple platformer, it was still fun to play, and on top of that it had a good vampire story to go along with it. The controls were easy and the graphics were pretty impressive for a cheap internet game, they aren’t the best, but they’re still nice to look at. I highly recommend giving the free trial a shot, it may not be a gorgeous and awesome big time console game but it’s still enjoyable.

Game info:

Tibor: Tale of a Kind Vampire opens as with Tibor, a poor young painter who dreams of riches. He’s in love with Agness, but her father wants her to marry someone else… anyone else, as long as they are rich.

When Countess Sibilska commissions Tibor to paint her portrait, he thinks his fortune is made, but he doesn’t know that the Countess is actually a vampire, and she has more in mind than a painting! The Countess’s bite soon turns Tibor into a vampire, but his love for Agness is more powerful.

Now it’s up to him to save his village and beloved Agness from the evil Countess Sibilska and her vampire army!

* Based on Croatian fairytale
* Help Tibor, the kind vampire to find his beloved one
* 5 unique worlds to explore
* Find many secret places and bonus levels
* Violence-free

– Moonlight

By Moonlight

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).


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