Vampire Slayer Demo - Castlevania engine on the ZX Spectrum by Pat Morita Team

We've certainly played our fare share of Castlevania inspired games over the years, especially the most impressive Castlevania Spectral Interlude, which we had the pleasure of playing way back in 2015 on the ZX Spectrum which was created by Sanchez. But today thanks to a heads up by Andy Godoy, we've been told that if you are a fan of Castlevania and have a ZX Spectrum, you can now try out the latest demo of Vampire Slayer ; a Castlevania engine from the Mojon Twins' MK1 Churrera to show just how powerful it can be for the speccy!

According to Pat Morita Team not only did they mention that Vampire Slayer is based on the MK1 32X mod and free to make what ever you want with it, within the MK1 original License, but they also say the game has been made to recreate the Stage 1 of NES Castlevania but with a different ending with a future plan to make it into a full game in the future. Although caveats apply it will not be the full NES Castlevania game but a complete new and free game inspired by this series. 

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