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Clash at Demonhead
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Developer(s) Vic Tokai
Publisher(s) Vic Tokai
License Commercial
Engine Proprietary
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date(s) JP January 27, 1989
NA January 1990
Genre(s) Action-adventure, Platformer
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) n/a
Media 2-megabit cartridge
Input methods Nintendo Entertainment System game controller

Clash at Demonhead (電撃ビックバン ?, Dengeki Big Bang!) is a video game released by Vic Tokai for the Nintendo Entertainment System on January 27, 1989 in Japan and December 31, 1990 in North America.



Clash at Demonhead is an open-ended platformer. The player takes control of Billy "Big Bang" Blitz, who is capable of running, jumping, and shooting. He is initially armed with a handgun, though various upgrades can be purchased from a shop. He later gains the ability to perform various powers by collecting Force, including shrinking, teleportation to previously-visited areas, flight, healing, and invincibility.[1] The player chooses levels from a world map that consists of over forty routes. Various objectives must be met to complete the game.[2]


Billy "Big Bang" Blitz is a sergeant in S.A.B.R.E. (Special Assault Brigade for Real Emergencies).[3] He is contacted during a vacation at the beach with his girlfriend Mary to save Professor Plum, creator of a Doomsday Bomb capable of destroying the world.[2] Bang soon encounters Tom Guycot, the mastermind behind the abduction, and he learns that the Doomsday Bomb is controlled by seven medallions which have been distributed among the governors of Demonhead.[4] While retrieving one of the medallions, he meets a captured hermit who teaches Bang various force powers. While searching for the rest of the medallions, Bang repeatedly experiences strange mental discomfort.

Bang later discovers that the discomfort is a failed attempt at mind control by a demon trapped beneath the mountain at Demonhead's north end. The demon later manages to control Michael, Bang's ally, and kill Tom Guycot and steals his medallion. Bang learns from the Hermit that the demon can only be destroyed with the Sword of Apollo.[5] Upon defeating the demon and recovering Guycot's medallion, Bang attempts to rescue Professor Plum, though the Doomsday Bomb is already complete. The bomb turns out to be set up by aliens, who created humanity 1,000 years ago, having grown disappointed with mankind's destructive tendencies. The attempt to use it to hasten the end of the world, but it is diffused by the medallions, where Bang uses guesswork to place each medallion in its proper place, and has a limited number of tries before the bomb will explode. If successful, the aliens will announced that they are annoyed by the failure of the bomb and that they will leave Earth never to return, to which Bang says that from now on humans will look after themselves. Bang goes home with the Hermit to reunite with Mary and receive congratulations from his commander.



Pop Culture References

The Clash at Demonhead is the name of a band in the comic book Scott Pilgrim.


  1. ^ Clash at Demonhead Instruction Manual. Japan: Vic Tokai. 1989. p. 17.  
  2. ^ a b Clash at Demonhead Instruction Manual. Japan: Vic Tokai. 1989. pp. 4,5.  
  3. ^ Box art for Clash at Demonhead. Vic Tokai., Ltd. 1989.
  4. ^ Vic Tokai. Clash at Demonhead. (Vic Tokai). Nintendo Entertainment System. Level/area: Route 1. "Tom Guycot: You haven't got a chance of getting to camp without the royal medallions of the seven governors."
  5. ^ "Clash at Demonhead". Nintendo Power (Nintendo of America) (10): p. 38. Jan/Feb 1990.  

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Clash at Demonhead

Developer(s) Vic Tokai
Publisher(s) Vic Tokai
Release date Famicom
January 27, 1989 (JP)
January 1990 (NA)
Genre Platformer Adventure
Mode(s) Single player
Age rating(s) N/A
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
Media 2 Megabit Cartridge
Input NES Controller
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Clash at Demonhead (Dengeki Big Bang! in Japan) is a game released for the Famicom and Nintendo Entertainment System.


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