Mamono Hunter Yohko: Makai Kara no Tenkosei

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Mamono Hunter Yohko: Makai Kara no Tenkosei
Developer(s) NCS Masaya
Composer(s) Keiichi Yamamoto
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive, PC Engine CD
Release date(s) Sega Mega Drive
Genre(s) side-scrolling
Mode(s) 1 player
Arcade system Namco System 2

Mamono Hunter Yohko: Makai Kara no Tenkosei (魔物ハンター妖子 Mamono Hantā Yōko: Makai Kara no Tenkosei?) are 1991 video games based on the anime series Devil Hunter Yohko. They were developed by NCS Masaya, and released for the Sega Mega Drive and the PC Engine CD. The title roughly translates to Devil Hunter Yohko: The Seven Bells in English. The game was released only in Japan.

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The cover are for the PC Engine version.

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The Mega Drive version of Makai Kara no Tenkosei is a side-scrolling platform game in which the player take the role of a Yoko, who is armed with a sword. If the attack button is held, Yoko's sword will create a protective shield around her, which can also be thrown at enemies. However, projectiles can break their way through the shield if it receives consistent damage from projectiles. Players are given a life bar. When Yohko receives damage, the life bar drops, then slowly regenerates. There are intro and cut scenes between levels.

A screenshot of the title screen.

PC Engine CD version is a digital comic / sound novel.

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