Maria Renard is one of the key characters in two of the best Castlevania games: Dracula X: Rondo of Blood and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. She never got her own game, so homebrew developer Domkid has decided to create the next best thing – a fan-made outing on the Commodore Amiga, developed using Earok's powerful Scorpion Engine.

Maria Renard's Revenge is currently in beta and requires an Amiga 1200 (with 1Mo FastRam), Amiga CD32 or A500 Mini to run.

"You play as Maria Renard," reads the game's official page. "She is a young vampire huntress, daughter of distant kinship with the House of Belmont, who has to traverse through dangerous landscapes and fight many monsters through 4 levels, while defending herself with the use of a bird that protects her from harm..."

You can download the game here.

This isn't the only unofficial Castlevania project we've seen recently to showcase Miss Renard; there's also a hack available for Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin which adds her as a playable character.

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