Devil's Crush

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Devil's Crush
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Developer(s) NAXAT Soft
Compile (PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16)
Technosoft (Genesis / Mega Drive)
Publisher(s) NEC (PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16)
Tengen (Genesis)
Technosoft (Mega Drive)
Composer(s) Toshiaki Sakoda
Series Crush Pinball
Platform(s) TurboGrafx-16, Sega Genesis, Virtual Console, PlayStation Network
Release date(s) TurboGrafx-16
Virtual Console
  • JP June 19, 2007
  • NA July 23, 2007
  • EU July 27, 2007

PlayStation Network
  • JP July 15, 2009
Genre(s) video pinball simulation
Mode(s) 1-player or 2-player (alternating)
Distribution HuCard

Devil's Crush (known as Devil Crash in Japan) is a pinball video game developed by NAXAT Soft for the TurboGrafx-16 and released in 1990. The second installment in the Crush Pinball series after Alien Crush, the game has an eerie occult theme with skulls, skeletons, and demons. It was later followed by Jaki Crush and Alien Crush Returns.

The game was ported to the Sega Mega Drive, retitled Dragon's Fury (Devil Crash MD in Japan) which was developed by Technosoft. Devil's Crush was later released on the Wii's Virtual Console, with the European release reverting to its original title; however, the pentagram symbols were removed and replaced with 8-sided star.

Gameplay[edit]

The play field of Devil's Crush consists of a free scrolling pinball table three screens high. There are three pairs of flippers. The left flipper is controlled by pressing any direction on the d-pad and the right flipper is controlled by pressing the I button. Button II allows the player to nudge/bump the table to influence the ball's path. Using the tilt button too much will result in the game "tilting" and the flippers will stop working, causing a lost ball. There are many targets to shoot for and hidden bonus rooms.

Reception[edit]

Reception
Review scores
Publication Score
MegaTech 91%[2]
Awards
Publication Award
MegaTech Hyper Game

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