Victor Vector & Yondo - The Vampire's Coffin
Sanctuary Woods 1992

The Valiant Victor Vector and his digital dog Yondo: Victor Vector & Yondo are the fearless field agents of the Museum of Fantastic Phenomena, home to hundreds of ancient, eerie artifacts. Your job, as archivist, is to direct the digital duo as they travel through time to recover unique items for this futuristic museum's collection.

The Vampire's Coffin: In this adventure, you will guide Victor Vector & Yondo on a quest for the resting place of the dreaded Count Dracula. There is danger at every turn. Pick up a sword and battle ghastly ghouls and zealous zombies. However, your greatest fear will be RAM Axis, the arch-rival of Victor Vector. You never know when this mysterious villain is going to appear, or even the devilish form he will take. So beware!

Will good triumph over evil? Only you can decide. So pick up the controls and guide Victor Vector & Yondo through the most fantastic comic book adventure you've ever had. If you dare!

I-ventures from Sanctuary Woods

The "I" stands for interactive. And this growing line of comic book adventures features larger-than-life heroes, dastardly villains and cliff-hanging plots. Each I-venture is filled with twists and turns to intrigue, challenge and improve your problem-solving abilities.

Hurry! Join the I-ventures Fan Club today. Details inside. Sanctuary Woods I-ventures feature original artwork, detailed animation, professional voice-overs and incredible sound effects. They offer accurate information on subjects, in this case, vampire folklore, and even include digital video movies. In "The Vampire's Coffin" you'll discover clips from classic horror films that bring the story to life. It's frightening!

Ages 8 and Up

Minimal system requirements PC:

Windows 3.1 or higher
386SX or higher
Hard drive

Super VGA (640 x 480, 256 colors)
Sound card


Minimal system requirements MAC:

System 6.0.7 or later
Hard drive

13" Monitor or larger, set at 256 colors

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