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Castlevania Priest Battle

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In the NES game parody of ours, Simon is back in town after killing Dracula in Castlevania 2... but now he finds that the priest won't even restore his health! It's quite obvious that this shit-talkin' priest needs to be taught a lesson or two!

Controls are:
Z = Jump
X = Whip
Click or Spacebar = Start

(if you have problems controlling the character, just click on the game and the problem will resolve itself

And don't forget to return to town after you beat the game, because there's a "Secret Button" on your keyboard that you'll DEFINITELY want to push while you're in town! >:) You WILL need to CLOSE THE WINDOW and re-open the game to return to town just so you know. And you DON'T have to beat the game to access the secret item, but isn't it more fun to save it for last? And it doesn't tell you what the secret button is, you gotta figure out that for yourself! ;)

Enjoy the blasphemy of Priest Battle!
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I got so frustrated fighting Jesus, but I finally beat him. Thanks for this game.

Why The Hell Can Jesus Put A House of Bombs Over You??? And Wy The FUck Can Jesus Walk You Off The Damn Map??? Either its A Glitch Or I'm Going Crazy!

Funny as hell, Jesus fight was hard though.

This is leaps and bounds better than the other Castlevania clone made in 2001, that Dracula fight sucked.

So the priest was easy, a little disappointed by that, but it was worth hearing all the smack talk and such, which was just straight funny. What really made up for the overly easy priest fight, was that you fight Jesus Christ immediately after. His fight was hard to get a handle on, but once you got the rhythm of it, it really felt like a true Castlevania game.

I also enjoyed the little cross over secret button deal. It's nice to see how this was a precedent for future grander titles, like Abobo's Big Adventure.

It took everything crap about the actual game and kept it in... why?