Dracula for the Intellivision. Notable for its atmospheric graphics and overall originality, Dracula puts players in the role of the famous vampire count as he haunts the sidewalks and city streets in search of unsuspecting victims. As Dracula goes door knocking, hoping to scare up tasty treats, he must evade the attacks of toothy wolves and brave constables. Dracula can assume the form of a bat, but this leaves him vulnerable to the attacks of swooping vultures. Also, he can turn victims into constable-killing zombies, which are maneuverable with the second controller. Despite the game's uniqueness and undeniable graphical appeal, chasing people around gets old after extended play. Dracula isn't great, but it certainly doesn't suck.