Video Game History: Kid Dracula

Kid Dracula Nintendo game boy boxart

Kid Dracula was a Gameboy game released in 1993, however it is a remix/sequel to a eariler Famicom game named Akumajō Special: Boku Dracula-kun. It’s also one of the few spin-offs in the Castlevania series. I had a few friends who had their time to play it, but by the time I heard of it, all the older copies were rare to be found.




Kid Dracula Nintendo Famicom

I’m rather tempted to try out the Famicom version though as long as it’s not text-heavy. I like all the color in the game, and it looks like a decent spin-off and side-scroller.



Final boss kid Dracula Nintendo Famicom

Well anway both versions featured Kid Dracula who is challenged by the monster Garamoth/Galamoth.



Galamoth Castlevania Symphony of the Night PS1 Konami

For those who think Kid Dracula was actually Alucard, take note that Galamoth makes a cameo in Symphony of the Night as one of the later bosses. I remember fighting him too, he was really tough.



Kid Dracula Nintendo game boy Konami

To be honest I hope Kid Dracula arrives digitally one day.

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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