Back in 1981, Hasbro released a board game titled "I Vant To Bite Your Finger", which essentially promised kids the luxury of getting bitten by Dracula (as in, "Look mommy! Dracula sucked my blood yo!!!!"). How the game worked was that you essentially moved a game piece (rat, snake, bat or spider) on a board into any spot you wanted to move it to. Depending on how many spots ahead you moved your piece, you then had to spin the clock that loomed high above the game board, the caped vampire looking over it to make sure you didn't cheat. You spun it ahead the same number of hours as the number of spots you moved, and at random times upon spinning, the clock would 'wake up' Dracula, who would draw open his cape. The unlucky spinner then had to place their finger inside of Drac's mouth and press a button on the backside of the game, where a little piece fitted with two red marker tips resided. Sometimes when the button was pushed, nothing would happen. Other times, the piece would lower down onto your finger upon being pressed, leaving two red marker 'vampire bites' on it, thus making you return your game piece back to the start of the board ... and in the process leaving you with very concerning marks all over your hands.
It was essentially Russian Roulette meets Don't Wake Daddy ... if your daddy was Dracula!
Head back into the Freddy In Space time machine and check out this vintage commercial for one of the coolest board games of all time!