The vampire game, in which players had to stick their finger into Dracula's mouth (never a good idea kids!) And would get bitten by the lord of darkness. Well I say "bitten", I mean you'd get a fang mark stamp on the back of your finger. Not unlike waking-up after a night out, and finding you went to "that nightclub", as you have a smudged stamp on the back of your hand.
I Vant To Bite Your Finger, was first released in 1979, by both Ideal and Hasbro. Players made their way around a small board, attached to a plastic standee of Dracula. They landed on a number, and turned the clock the required number of turns. Which could potentially unleash the vampire from his slumber. Dracula's cape would spring open, and the victim would have to submit to the hypnotic will of the creepy Count. Another great fun horror themed game for all the family.
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