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Aug 14, 2012 | 5:36 PM EDT

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Short mini battle of dracula with Ryu Hayabusa
Default Controls:
Move with arrows keys
Z = Attack
X = Jump
UP+Attack = Subweapon
(you can customize your key)

Programed by me.
Sprites taken from sprite-resources.com, and some made by me.
Sounds taken from various games

If you found some bugs, notice it by PM

-Achievements in progress-

Reviews


NeonSpiderNeonSpider

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun while it lasts. Quite short though.

All you gotta do for a quick victory is memorize the patterns of the first form, avoiding damage, and spam all your fire against the second form. So to be clear, save up the special weapon energy for that, not using any against the first form.

He only has a few attacks so it's not really that hard. Also he's only vulnerable on his head.


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EricardEricard

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This creation looks interesting, but this version(link) should be more longer to spend with...



ANDREY118ANDREY118

Rated 5 / 5 stars

if you have finished at least one ninja gaiden game this shouldn't be so hard


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Zheg responds:

u right


RedGamer11477RedGamer11477

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Iam a huge Castlevania fan and just seeing Ryu from Ninja Gaiden Fighting Dracula just blew my fucking mind, hell i even wish Konami made this game


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hunter23hunter23

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was fun little game. The challenge was balanced, and it allowed for more replays. The thing I like the most is that unlike most games made with sprites, the movement was smooth, with little to no glitches (I only encountered a graphical error where the second form's lasers stayed on the screen, but it's nothing serious.), so I'll say the coding was one of the best I saw for these types of flashes. The only thing I don't understand are the achievements. I don't know if they are functional and I apparently didn't unlock any of them. Either way, you've done good work, it would be great if we could see more from you in the future.