The NES version sounds more electronic compared to the Famicom version. The latter is also used as the final boss theme against Dracula during Classic Mode of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate when playing as Pac-Man.
|Song Data: Dwelling of Doom|
|Image||Track No. / Name (Japanese Name)||Game / Soundtrack||Composer||Usage||Notes / Links|
|14. Dwelling of Doom|| Castlevania II: Simon's Quest / Akumajō Dracula Famicom Best||Konami Kukeiha Club||Mansions|| Links: YouTube (FDS)|
|9. Dwelling of Doom|| / Dracula Perfect Selection|| Konami Kukeiha Club (composer)|
Nazo² Project (arranger)
| Notes: Rap version|
|2. Dwelling of Doom|| / Perfect Selection Dracula ~New Classic~||Jun Irie, Konami Symphonic Ensemble, Nazo² Project (arrangers)|| Notes: Orchestral version|
|3. Simon's Quest (FC/DISC)ドラキュラ2～呪いの封印～|| Castlevania II: Simon's Quest / Dracula ~Music Collection~||Konami Kukeiha Club|| Notes: Echo version from the Japanese version - Medley with Bloody Tears, The Silence of the Daylight, Monster Dance, Last Boss, Game Over and A Requiem|
|Dwelling of Doom|| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate / Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Original Soundtrack|| Links: YouTube|
- This song bears an uncanny resemblance to the 1984 song "Far Beyond the Sun" by renown heavy metal guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen. Konami is well known for making numerous references to rock music in their games.
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