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Revision as of 12:13, 25 February 2010

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Castlevania is a wonderful platform action game. You control Simon Belmont, a vampire hunter who enters Dracula's mansion in order to kill him. You must venture through several areas, fighting monsters and bosses at the end of each.

Memory Offsets

  002A - Lives
  003C - Movement Direction (0 - Idle, 1 - Right, 2 - Left)
  0042 - Time: 99xx
  0043 - Time: xx99
  0044 - Current Life
  0045 - Set Life To
  005B - Invincibility Timeout
  0064 - Shot (0 - Single, 1 - Double, 2 - Triple)
  0070 - Whip Strength (0-2)
  0071 - Hearts
  00F7 - Controller Input
  0141 - Multishot flash timeout
  0159 - Ego Frame
  015B - Weapon
           00 - Nothing
           08 - Dagger
           09 - Boomerang
           0A - Cross
           0B - Holy Water
           0C - Axe (Red)
           0D - Axe (Blue)
           0E - 1Up?
           0F - Watch
  01A9 - Boss Set Life To
  01AA - Boss Current Life
  031C - Ego Frame
  0450 - Moving Backwards Flag
  0584 - Movement Direction (0 - Idle, 1 - Right, 2 - Left)
  056D-057A - Items disappear timeout
  07FD - Score: 99xx00
  07FE - Score: xx9900

Famicom

In Japan, Castlevania is called "Akumajou Dracula". Most of the offsets are the same as the US version.

FDS

A Famicom Disk System version of the game was also released in Japan. The offsets are similar to the US version.