Castlevania 2: Tiger DEMO

rated 1.65 / 5 stars
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Jul 2, 2002 | 10:10 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Tiger handhelds were popular in the 80s. They use to be the only way to play video games without tv. Anyway tiger released a castlevania II: Belmonts Revenge based on the gameboy title. This doesn't really play like the original. The graphics do look like tiger graphics. I think all the buttons do something...anyway the game just keeps repeating the same enemy, maybe i'll make a full version sometime. It's only a demo. There's a grey button labeled 'score' you can press that to see yours. The actionscript seems to have an odd delay so you might get a few secounds of invulnerabilit before you die. I'm going to pretend that was intended and call it 'beserker'. Another cool thing that i could add would be XML score keeping thing. Well, hope you enjoy it and please don't delete it. Just keep it here for hystorical sake. And if someone else thinks they can do a better tiger handheld flash emulation then do it. It would be cool.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

A little game to kill time but hard to see anything on the screen or buttons its alright though.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Someone actually bothered to make a TIGER castlevania game in flash none the less?


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Computers have a mouse,you know?


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


Was it necessary to have to use the mouse to do everything rather than buttons? I can't walk and attack at the same time due to having to use the mouse, which ruins any pleasure I could have had playing this game.

Oh, and the screen is also too tiny to see what I'm doing and killing. Needs a major update.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Lots Of Minor Problems

The music was a nice addition it's one of my favorite kinds of music from the Castlevania serise and the handheld design was an OK bit of the flash I guess.

The graphics weren't even very good it was to hard to tell what anything was and it was just two characters on the screen at a time maximum. You should've chosen the actual sprites for that game and the controls were pretty bad with you constantly running back and forth from the movement pad to the attack button. Also the game was way to repetitive I killed about 11 guys and it was the same thing over and over. Press left until there's someone then kill them. Another bad thing is if the game were beatable it'd be to easy your health and lives go -5,-6 and so on. You should've demonstrated your own plot.

Major Castlevania handheld fans could give it a try for a few seconds but there's nothing new to it and it really doesn't bring anything good with it, it leaves no replay effect.

-TY Reviews