Though there were no sequels made to Getsu Fūma Den, Fuma has made cameo appearances in several other Konami products:
- He has appeared in the 1988 Famicom game Konami Wai Wai World and its sequel Wai Wai World 2: SOS! Parsley Castle alongside Simon Belmont. Also the makes Plus Newcomer in Krazy Kart Racing.
- He also appeared as a card in Yu-Gi-Oh! as Getsu Fuhma, as did Ryukotsuki, the final boss from Getsu Fūma Den, as Ryu Kokki.
- Fuma appeared as the wrestler, The G Getsu Fūma (The G・月風魔), in the 1996 Super Famicom wrestling game Jikkyō Power Pro Wrestling '96 - Max Voltage. The game also featured Richter Belmont as a wrestler.
- He also appeared along with the song, "Go! Getsu Fuma", under the genre GETSUFUMA-DEN in the 2010 arcade music game pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden.
- Fuma is the first character from a non-Castlevania game to appear in Castlevania: Harmony of Despair For Fuma's appearence in that game, see Getsu Fuma/Harmony of Despair.
- A female parody, Gesshi Hanafuuma (月士 華風魔 （げっし はなふうま）Hanafuuma Gesshi), appeared in the 2011 side-shooter Xbox 360 game Otomedius Excellent. It also featured Kokoro Belmont, a Belmont-inspired character.
- His name 月風魔 （げつ ふうま） Getsu Fūma means 月 (Moon/Luna), 風 (Wind) and 魔 (Demon/Devil/Evil/Magic).
- Fuma is male.
- Fuma's Double Jump is Mashō no Koma (魔性のコマ, "Demonic Spin Top") from Getsu Fūma Den.