History VideoGame / CrushPinball

29th Nov '17 7:30:48 PM starofjusticev21
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* ExcusePlot

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* ExcusePlotExcusePlot: There's something vague in the manual about using a holy silver ball to banish demons and save a hellish world from evil.
11th Nov '17 9:05:00 PM Angeldeb82
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The first game in the series is ''Alien Crush'', released in 1988 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}. Set inside a [[Creator/HRGiger Gigeresque]] environment, the player must defeat hostile alien creatures by hitting them with the pinball. The playfield consists of two main screens arranged vertically, with a pair of flippers at the bottom of each, and several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.

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The first game in the series is ''Alien Crush'', released in 1988 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}.UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16. Set inside a [[Creator/HRGiger Gigeresque]] environment, the player must defeat hostile alien creatures by hitting them with the pinball. The playfield consists of two main screens arranged vertically, with a pair of flippers at the bottom of each, and several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.
11th Nov '17 9:04:20 PM Angeldeb82
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[SpiritualLicensee Absolutely not copying]] ''Film/{{Alien}}'' at all, nosiree...]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[SpiritualLicensee [[caption-width-right:350:[[SpiritualAdaptation Absolutely not copying]] ''Film/{{Alien}}'' at all, nosiree...]]



[[caption-width-right:350:The pentagrams have eight points, so [[{{Bowdlerise}} they're not satanic,]] okay?]]

'''''Devil's Crush''''' (known as ''Devil Crash'' in Japan) was published in 1990 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}, with an occult theme and lots of demons, skulls, and skeletons. The action takes place on a three-screen tall scrolling playfield, with a pair of flippers placed at the bottom of each "screen". Once again, several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.

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[[caption-width-right:350:The pentagrams have eight points, so [[{{Bowdlerise}} they're not satanic,]] satanic]], okay?]]

'''''Devil's Crush''''' (known as ''Devil Crash'' in Japan) was published in 1990 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}, UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16, with an occult theme and lots of demons, skulls, and skeletons. The action takes place on a three-screen tall scrolling playfield, with a pair of flippers placed at the bottom of each "screen". Once again, several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.



* RecycledInSpace: It's ''Alien Crush'' in [-THE UNDERWORLD!-]

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* RecycledInSpace: RecycledINSPACE: It's ''Alien Crush'' in [-THE UNDERWORLD!-]
11th Jun '17 8:07:33 PM JudasZala
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* SkillShot: Gently plunge the ball into the woman's face without hitting anything for a 2 million point bonus.
3rd Jun '17 3:20:47 PM nombretomado
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An enhanced remake/sequel, ''Alien Crush Returns'', was developed by Tamsoft and released in 2008 by Creator/HudsonSoft on Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s WiiWare service. It incorporated 3D polygonal graphics, "action balls" with enhanced abilities, and additional tables as downloadable content.

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An enhanced remake/sequel, ''Alien Crush Returns'', was developed by Tamsoft and released in 2008 by Creator/HudsonSoft on Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s WiiWare UsefulNotes/WiiWare service. It incorporated 3D polygonal graphics, "action balls" with enhanced abilities, and additional tables as downloadable content.
9th Feb '17 4:47:37 PM Xtifr
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The first game in the series is '''''Alien Crush''''', released in 1988 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}. Set inside a [[Creator/HRGiger Gigeresque]] environment, the player must defeat hostile alien creatures by hitting them with the pinball. The playfield consists of two main screens arranged vertically, with a pair of flippers at the bottom of each, and several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.

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The first game in the series is '''''Alien Crush''''', ''Alien Crush'', released in 1988 for the {{TurboGrafx 16}}. Set inside a [[Creator/HRGiger Gigeresque]] environment, the player must defeat hostile alien creatures by hitting them with the pinball. The playfield consists of two main screens arranged vertically, with a pair of flippers at the bottom of each, and several bonus rooms can be accessed by accomplishing certain goals.
29th Nov '15 5:45:48 PM nombretomado
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The game was ported to the SegaGenesis by Technosoft and released in Japan as ''Devil Crash [[SuperTitle64Advance MD]]'' and in the US by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] as ''Dragon's Fury''. Tengen developed and released a Genesis-only sequel, ''Dragon's Revenge'', in 1993.

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The game was ported to the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis by Technosoft and released in Japan as ''Devil Crash [[SuperTitle64Advance MD]]'' and in the US by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] as ''Dragon's Fury''. Tengen developed and released a Genesis-only sequel, ''Dragon's Revenge'', in 1993.
13th Nov '15 8:00:00 AM crazysamaritan
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* [[RecycledInSpace Recycled In Hell]]: It's ''Alien Crush'' in [-THE UNDERWORLD!-]

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* [[RecycledInSpace Recycled In Hell]]: RecycledInSpace: It's ''Alien Crush'' in [-THE UNDERWORLD!-]
29th Oct '15 4:12:34 AM Sabrewing
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: In the North American release, the pentagrams were geometrically altered to become eight-pointed stars. Inverted for ''Dragon's Fury'', where anything star-shaped was changed into a simple five-pointed star.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: In the North American release, the pentagrams were geometrically altered to become eight-pointed stars. Inverted for ''Dragon's Fury'', where anything star-shaped was changed into a simple five-pointed star. In the Wii Virtual Console port, the spinning pentagrams were altered into spinning triangles.
19th Aug '14 3:28:43 PM rexpensive
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A series of DigitalPinballTables for various home VideoGame systems. Most of the games were originally developed by Creator/{{Compile}} for the Japanese publisher Naxat Soft, though ''Alien Crush'' and ''Devil's Crush'' were later reissued by Creator/HudsonSoft on the PlayStationNetwork and the NintendoWii VirtualConsole. All of the games feature a mix of standard {{pinball}} mechanisms combined with gameplay features that could not exist in the real world, wrapped in a ScienceFiction or {{Fantasy}} theme.

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A series of DigitalPinballTables for various home VideoGame systems. Most of the games were originally developed by Creator/{{Compile}} for the Japanese publisher Naxat Soft, though ''Alien Crush'' and ''Devil's Crush'' were later reissued by Creator/HudsonSoft on the PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork and the NintendoWii VirtualConsole.UsefulNotes/NintendoWii UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole. All of the games feature a mix of standard {{pinball}} mechanisms combined with gameplay features that could not exist in the real world, wrapped in a ScienceFiction or {{Fantasy}} theme.
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