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Dragon's Fury - Sega Genesis

Pinball meets monsters, dragons, wizards and rad Technosoft tunes in Dragon's Fury for the Sega Genesis. Get your 16-bit pinball game on today!!
  • Release date: 1992
  • Genre: Pinball
  • Developer: Technosoft
  • Publisher: Tengen
  • Players: 1-Player
  • Donated by: Alexander from Duisburg, Germany
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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This is a slightly modified port of the PC Engine game "Devil Crush". The music was done by the same guy who did M.U.S.H.A. soundtrack, Toshiaki Sakoda. Its a great game for your Genesis! The playstyle is hard as hell, but rewarding when done. There is a great password system to go along the gameplay.

Who'd have thought a pinball game could be so addicting!? There's just something about the art theme and music of this game that really draws you in......The physics and control are solid as well, rounding out a great pinball experience!

I'm the worlds worst pinball player and I still love playing this from time to time. And the music really is awesome.

A fantastic improvement on an already amazing game! Not just a straight port of the Turbo's Devil's Crush/Devil Crash, this one hosts a ton of tweaks, improvements and additions that make it well worth buying. There's more beautifully grotesque looking bosses, fun bonus rounds and the layout of the table has even been altered. Technosoft did a hell of a job with the sound here, too: the music is even richer and there's also a greater variety of cool sfx, giving you a better sense of awareness.

Devil's Crush for the Genesis. Buy it!

This is very good for a 20-30 minute jaunt of pinball.


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