Based on Bram Stoker's famous novel, The Fury of Dracula is a breakthrough title that introduced cooperative and deductive elements to the adventure board game subgenre, while managing to retain the feeling of breathless excitement that players seek in an adventure game. - Hobby Games: The 100 Best, Anthony J. Gallela
Fury of Dracula by Stephen Hand was originally published by Games Workshp in 1987. In 2006 Fantasy Flight Games released Fury of Dracula 2nd edition with significant changes to the game. Fantasy Flight games further changed the game in their 2015 release of Fury of Dracula 3rd edition, streamlining the gameplay and significant'y changing the combat rules. This year (2019) the 4th edition was published by WizKids with painted minitures, larger cards and an improved rule book, but with no significant changes to the rules.
Which edition do you prefer? Love it or hate it? Do you still play it?