Super-Vampire is a hilarious 3D dexterity game for 2-4 little vampires. You have to walk on very tricky paths to collect the garlic and bring it back to the tower to feed the Gorlocs, the cute garlic eating creatures. All before the sunrise which is determined by your opponents.
How to play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1r6vp4pZLeg
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Super-Vampire is a game for two to four players ages 6 and up. At the beginning you set up the board and the towers on the corners of the board. The path board is mounted on the top of the towers and vampire discs are placed for every player to the corresponding tower. The first player rolls a garlic die to determine which sort of garlic he has to collect. Then the vampire disc is pushed with a robber finger along th e path board towards the garlic which is rolled before. This is not as easy as it looks, because the path is narrow and you have to push your disc with a robber finger which does not let you feel to much. In he mean time all other players are rolling the black dice on by one with a sun on one of the sides. If sun gets rolled the dice is placed in the sun track and you soon have to hurry up and bring the collected garlic back to your tower. You may choose to roll again and collect more garlic for the hungry gorlocs, but if the sun track gets full before you get back to your tower, you lose all the garlic you have collected and your gorloc might starve. If you fall off the path then all garlic is lost and you must start again at your tower moving towards the garlic you have rolled last. The game ends when all garlic tiles from the supply are taken. To determine the best vampire and gorloc feeder you have to lift up your tower and count how many garlic your gorloc has eaten. The player with the fattest gorloc wins.
|Language||Multilingual / no in game text|
|Minimum number of players||2|
|Maximum number of players||4|
|Luck Factor||A bit of luck|
|Designer||Julien Gupta, Johannes Berger|