Transylvania was the name of a trilogy of computer games released for several home computers of the 1980s. The games were graphic adventure games created by Antonio Antiochia and produced by Penguin Software/Polarware.
In 1982, this game was released for the Apple II, followed by conversions to the Atari 8-bit family and Commodore 64. It was later released for Macintosh in 1984, then the Amiga, Atari ST and DOS in 1985.
The Crimson Crown - Further Adventures in Transylvania
Released in 1985 under the title The Crimson Crown, on the same platforms as its predecessor. The game tasks the player with a quest to defeat a magical vampire with the assistance of Princess Sabrina (who is now a fledgling magician) and the heir to the throne, Prince Erik.
Transylvania III - Vanquish the Night
Released in 1989 under the title Transylvania III: Vanquish The Night, this game was released for Apple IIGS and PC. It used VGA graphics (PC version), more complex puzzles and a larger vocabulary. The game also had some digital voice and many of the puzzles involved references to ancient mythology. In this game the player had to vanquish an evil king.