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Castlevania Fighter is a M.U.G.E.N based/homebrewed Castlevania game, developed by Serio using M.U.G.E.N as the game engine. The game itself plays like a very long boss rush styled after the platformers of the series, with graphics borrowed from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and the DS games - along with new sprites drawn in the same style - with the plot involving characters coming together from several alternate universes and timelines (before the release of Castlevania: Judgment in the United States, Japan and PAL regions in the Castlevania timeline)

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Serio's Castlevania Fighter was released on 19th September 2008. It contained 8 playable characters: Alucard, Richter Belmont, Simon Belmont, Hugh Baldwin, Julius Belmont, Yoko Belnades, Old Axe Armor, and a Skeleton, as well as many bosses.

On 25th December 2008 a second demo release was made. Along with many bugfixes and some new system additions, two new playable characters were added: Albus and a Persephone, as well as three new bosses. On 31st October 2009, a third demo release was made. Along with many bug fixes, some new system additions and new stage interaction effects, four new playable characters were added: Nathan Graves, Maria Renard, Soma Cruz and Charlotte Aulin, as well as four new bosses. Later, in an updated version of demo 3 (not demo 4), another character was released: a Frog.

Later in 2010, the fourth demo got released, along with new characters and bosses, alongside new English voices being added. The new characters consisted of Werewolf, Jonathan Morris, Death, Hammer and Reimu from the Koumajou Densetsu series. The new bosses consists of Cyclops, Rusalka, Blackmore, Medusa, Gergoth, Paranoia and Astarte.

Castlevania Fighter was released in July 2016. A sixth version of the game, it included Grant Danasty from Dracula's Curse as a new character. As an added bonus, Koji Igarashi makes a guest appearance, parodying Dan Forden's "Toasty!" appearance from the Mortal Kombat series.

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