Splatterhouse (handheld) was a portable game. While it wasn't exactlly like Splatterhouse (1988), the gameplay was similar.
On the first level of the stage is a room with shelves, and it's nothing but bats as enemies and knives to jump over. If you're used to playing Handheld games you will know that you need to strike the monster before it gets near your area or you lose the game. The same goes for dodging oncoming things from behind, you have to jump over it before it comes near you or you lose the game.
Once you see the ladder to the second part you get to go outside, it has the same puking demons tied on ropes that fall out of the trees from splatterhouse You have to avoid them while jumping over the possessed crawling hands from behind.
The top and final stage is the classic boss from Splatterhouse, Biggy Man. You have to fight him in order to rescue Jennifer who is right behind him screaming (in text) "HELP!"
The more stages you progress in the game the harder it will get of course, more enemies to attack and more items to dodge at a single time. trivie this handheld was made by namco the same year as splatterhouse 1988
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