[Nintendo Switch] Dracula Frames Review
Dracula Frames from Caio Flavio and QUByte Interactive is a sliding puzzle game based on the lote of the mighty vampire. Check our Dracula Frames review!
Dracula Frames from Caio Flavio and QUByte Interactive is a sliding puzzle game based on the lote of the mighty vampire. You’ll explore the eight floors of the castle, as you try to find secret items while also completing each sliding puzzle to see the painting that showcases a particular time in Dracula’s life.
For this puzzle game, you’ll move a cursor around the screen with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, interacting with objects with the A button. You can also use the cursor to interact with the painting to take on the sliding puzzle. As expected, you’ll slide pieces into place to place them in the right order. There’s also the option of playing Dracula Frames by using the console’s touchscreen when playing in Portable or Tabletop Mode.
It all starts easy enough, with a pair of puzzles that only have six pieces for you to worry about. As you climb through each floor, the puzzles get bigger, and thus become a bit more challenging to solve. Since there’s no reset or undo button, once you start to move the pieces around, you won’t be able to progress to the next floor until you complete the current painting.
Find all hidden objects, and locate a special door, and you’ll be rewarded with a short sliding mini-game. Other than that, there’s no extra replay value for this one once you’ve done a full run. Dracula Frames is out on Nintendo Switch with a low $3.99 asking price.
This Dracula Frames review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by QUByte Interactive.