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Devil's Crush

Devil's Crush (TG16) game cover art
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Genre: Casual (Pinball)
Developers: Compile, Red
AKA: Devil Crash (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1990
JP
07/20/1990

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Staff Reviews

Devil's Crush review

Reviewed May 26, 2007

Sho says: "Your ball may rocket about, violently colliding with bumpers and careening off flippers with all the reckless abandon of – well, a pinball – but no matter how chaotic things get it always feels like the real thing. Assuming one could find a real machine swarming with demons in miniature, that is."
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