(GB / Game Boy)

Kid Dracula (GB / Game Boy)

Game Profile

Kid Dracula brings platforming action to the Game Boy system.

His pearly white canines drive all the girls crazy and his keen sense of humor makes them scream...literally! He's kid Dracula, star of the legendary show Transylvania 90210. He's also the living dead which makes him even more fun!

And if you thought Mario had some super moves, wait until you check out what Kid Dracula has up his sleeve, err cape. He can even transform into a bat and fly through the air.

As Kid Dracula you must set out on an adventure to stop the evil wizard Garamoth from taking over the realm. You'll have to traverse through 8 levels and 5 mini-games if you're to have any hope of putting a stop to his evil plans.

Kid Dracula will can earn 7 magical powers that will aide him on his adventure. They range from the ability to change into a bat to unleashing a flurry of bat attacks on his enemies. There's even the umbrella shield and bat bomb when things get desperate. There's no end to the mighty powers of Kid Dracula and he'll need every one of them if he's to be successful.

  • 7 magical powers to earn
  • 8 enormous levels
  • 5 mini game crypts
  • 8 unique bosses to fight
  • Tons of spooky monsters to battle

Can you take on the challenge and save Kid Dracula's Realm from Garamoth? Do you have what it takes?

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Corbie Dillard

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User Comments (2)



Turbo_Genesis_64 said:

I really want to play this after seeing it on Corbie's GB list. I vaguely remember this back then. Anyways, a light-hearted Castlevania game seems like a good thing. The word on the street is the NES version is even better.



Corbs said:

The Famicom version is better, but for a GB title, Kid Dracula is fairly impressive. My only gripe with the Famicom version of Kid Dracula is the slowdown issues that pop up from time to time. Some are fairly serious.

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