Released by Crescent Moon Games, Operation Dracula is really a new entry in to the Bullet Hell genre for Android. As you might expect for that classification of Bullet Hell, players will pilot a fighter from the top-down perspective, and trade bullets using the enemy while being outgunned within the most obscene of manners.
Players will choose from four different playable characters (one of which is only available by being unlocked), and will turn to take out the 4 mini-bosses, and five actual bosses. Looking at the size a few of the bosses, relative to how big the screen, it’s reliable advice that they are pretty massive. Power-ups can be found throughout each level, as well as them is going to be needed as Crescent Moon is stressing that this game is “not for the feint of heart”.
Operation Dracula Feature:
– 3 Playable characters (Plus one bonus character to unlock!)
– 5 Huge bosses and 4 mini bosses!
– Bullets everywhere!
– Wailing Japanese guitar solos
– Built-in Music Player with more than 30 awesome gaming music in the original version
– Extreme Challenge – not for the feint at heart!
The graphics for that game are in a 16-bit style, and it is complimented with music that contains thirty different tracks that are filled with guitar solos. Lastly, the game also includes native support for hardware controllers. Speaking personally, just looking at this game’s trailer makes me wish to setup turbo buttons on my controller. Operation Dracula can be obtained from Google Play for a flat $2.99. Of course you can check out a few of the gameplay ahead of buying it with the trailer below.
Operation Dracula (Playboard) | Operation Dracula (Play Store)