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Vampire

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Later this year, FALSOFT will market an adventure game called "Vampire", the subject matter of which is probably obvious.

The player can decide whether he wishes to venture into a 60-some room house, discover what lurks there, and take appropriate action -- if necessary (and if he dares)! It is a good idea not to be in the house at sunset.

A preliminary version of VAMPIRE is available through the RAINBOW for $10.95. It presently runs only in a 32K machine and, while bug-free, will have certain additional enhancements before it is publically sold for between $14.95 and $19.95.

Those interested in the preliminary version can order it through the RAINBOW. Persons who do will be able to purchase the final version when it becomes available by paying the difference in cost.

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See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org