Play Dracula Chacha on Christmas Eve this year

Midnight, another night without sleeping
Creeping when watching until morning
Green door, what’s the secret you keep?

I can only sleep one more time until Christmas, so it must be time to play Dracula Chacha.

Created by Robo (aka Infectious), Dracula Chacha tells the story of everyone’s favorite non-reflective aristocratic festive adventure. Inspired by Konami’s Tomena Sanner, Count automatically walks with one-button controls for jumps, Dracula Karate, and mini-games. He dances a twist to the grinch (or zombie Santa?), Plays rock-paper-scissors with reindeer, takes a graduate test, goes bowling with a lion, pulls a sick bike stunt, and so on. Along the way, collect power-ups, grab gifts to earn points, dodge obstacles and don’t run out of time. It’s simple, fun and ridiculous.

At a later level, there are new songs that fly around the world (I’m a big fan of Dracula on surfboards), but Green Door is a classic to me. This song is not about Christmas. Inspirational theories include Dallas’ private club for union members, HG Wells’ short stories, and London’s Lesbian Club (people are having fun on Wikipedia). Still, the lyrics are so close to Christmas that Dracula Cha Cha has a stronger connection with me. Carroller should sing the green door door-to-door.

You can get the 2015 version of Dracula Cha Cha from the mirror on OneSwitch. Man, I wish it didn’t have a jungle level, the pulp atmosphere of the 1950s feels there. A lower level 2009 version is also available here if needed. For me, it’s a “real” Dracula Chacha because it’s the one I played first and knew the longest.

Merry Christmas, readers. Do you think you were already playing Skaeal and cried for Christmas Pain in Christmas Town?

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Remember to play Dracula Cha Cha this Christmas Eve

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