Castlevania Fanworks

With a series as long-running as Castlevania, a large and vocal fandom has, of course, sprung up around it. We should know as we at the Inverted Dungeon have created an entire site to discuss our own love of the franchise. This is what we fans do.

Collected within this section are various works of fan-love. Some are fanfics or works of art based on the series, others are fan-games suggested for review by the editors of this site. All are works of devotion by the fandom for other fans to enjoy.

If you have a fanwork you'd like to see posted to the Inverted Dungeon, please Contact our staff.


Note that some Castlevania fans have gone on to create their own games set outside the game universe. While obviously inspired by our favorite series, these games stand on their own and, as such, are listed over in our Related Games section.


Rom Hacks


Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon

Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow

Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin

Other Fan Works


Fan Translations

  • Castlevania: Ricordanza of the Gods Abyss by Shiroi Koumori
    • A novel (titled in Japan as Akumajo Dorakyura: Kabuchi no Tsuisokyoku, literally translated as "Demon Castle Dracula: Reminiscence of the Divine Abyss") that served as a sequel to Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, originally written by Dengeki Bunko and released in Japane in November, 2008.
  • Castlevania: Battle of Old Castle [ZIP] by rasgar
    • A printed gamebook adventure (titled in Japan as Akumajo Dorakyura Kojyo no Shito, literally translated as "the Devil Castle Dracula: the Desperate Struggle in the Old Castle"), originally published by Futabasha in 1987. Set in the 1950s, this story follows actor Simon Belmont (no relation) battling a newly unleashed Dracula.

The editors of the Inverted Dungeon do not lay claim to any of the works featured within this section. If you are the creator and feel that your work was improperly posted, Contact our staff.