Rakugakids (らくがきっず Rakugakizzu?) is a 2.5D fighting video game created by Konami for the Nintendo 64, released in 1998 only in Japan and Europe. The name "Rakugakids" is a portmanteau of the Japanese word rakugaki (meaning "doodle"), and the English word "kids", a reflection of the visual style of the game which resembled children's drawings. It, along with ClayFighter 63⅓, was one of the only 2D fighting games for the Nintendo 64.
The game is similar in play to a toned-down Street Fighter. The button layout is the fighting game standard six-buttons consisting primarily of three punches and three kicks, which combine with various directional commands to produce special secondary moves. All characters have a single-button attack that sends the opponent into the air, where they can then be pursued and aerially attacked. Perhaps to complement this, each character can perform an additional jump while in the air.
Super combos in this game are referred to as "Magic" and a player can have up to three levels of Magic which are represented by three crayons that appear at the bottom of the screen. Super Meter levels can be spent in three ways: offense, where an attack that causes heavy damage with a few hits; defense, where an attack that causes little damage, but sends the opponent far away; and counter, usable only while the character is blocking, causes medium damage and sends the opponent flying away.
- DDJ/Captain Cat.Kit
- Jerry/Robot C.H.O
- Roy/Cools. Roy
- Mudgas/Inuzo (secret)
- George/Darkness (boss)
- The Beartank makes a cameo appearance in Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, where you can summon him by equipping the Pluto and Black Dog cards, and wearing the Bear Ring.
- He also makes another cameo appearance in Konami Krazy Racers as an unlockable racer, also appears in Goemon: Mononoke Sugoroku, and in the pop'n music series.