Devilish (video game)

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Game Gear cover art
Developer(s) Opera House
Aisystem Tokyo
Publisher(s) Sage's Creation
Hot B
Tec Toy
Artist(s) Masayuki Suzuki
Composer(s) Hitoshi Sakimoto[1]
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive
Game Gear
Release Game Gear: Mega Drive:
Genre(s) Action, Breakout clone
Mode(s) Single-player
2-player (Mega Drive version only)

Devilish (デビリッシュ?) is a multiplatform action video game that was released for the Sega Game Gear and Mega Drive.

The Mega Drive version is known in Japan as Bad Omen (バッドオーメン?). A sequel Devilish: Ball Bounder was released for Nintendo DS in 2005.


A prince and princess were in love with each other until a jealous demon turned the happy couple into a set of stone paddles; resembling that of the pinball kind. Suddenly, a ball came into existence that could use the prince and princess in order to defeat the demons that now rule over the kingdom.[1]


Players have to use two paddles; the upper one is used to defeat demons while the lower one helps to prevent the player from dropping to its demise at the bottom of the board. By defeating bad guys and smashing through breakable blocks, the player advances towards the boss of each level.[1]

Resembling a harder version of Arkanoid, the vertically scrolling screen forces the ball to move constantly forward in an attempt to reach the boss.[4]

Only the Sega Mega Drive version has a two-player option.[5] Players can choose between three difficulty levels in the Game Gear version and can also select an option to do a time trial.[6]


  1. ^ a b c "Overview of Devilish". MobyGames. Retrieved 2013-01-26. 
  2. ^ "Release information for Devilish (Game Gear)". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2013-01-26. 
  3. ^ "GDR 儊僈僪儔僀僽 僜僼僩堦棗 1992擭 - MEGA DRIVE Software List 1992". 
  4. ^ "Advanced gameplay information". Sega Gaga Domain. Retrieved 2013-01-26. 
  5. ^ "Two-player option information". Gaming Sancturary. Retrieved 2013-01-26. 
  6. ^ "Difficulty level/time trial information" (in Japanese). Seesaa. Retrieved 2013-01-27.