hey!!! that level is in tetris ds!Originally Posted by naisatohNinten and Ness share very similar qualities. They dress similarly and take on similar roles in their respective video games. However, as far as we know, they are different characters.
As strange as this character seems, Devil originates from the NES game, Devil World, originally released in Japan on October 5, 1984. Although it was later released in Europe, Devil World never made it to the United States due to its use of recognizable religious icons. Whether or not it'll make a debut on the Wii's Virtual Console is still yet to be seen.
Devil World puts the player in control of Tamagon, a little green dragon who travels into the underworld to take on the Devil himself. The object of the game is simple - navigate Tamagon through a series of mazes collecting Boa Boa Dots and destroying any demons that get in the way. By and large, the mechanics of the game is very similar to that of Pac-Man. As Tamagon travels through each maze, he picks up crosses and bibles that temporarily allow him to breathe fire.
Although similar to Pac-Man, Devil World adds an extra twist to the game's mechanic. As Tamagon journeys through the Devil's world, the Devil himself stands at the top of the screen and orders his minions to move the maze in different directions. Tamagon must act quickly to avoid getting trapped at the edge of the screen.
A stripped down version of Devil World appears on the Nintendo DS in Tetris DS's Marathon Mode. As you can see in the above photo, although Tamagon continues to make his way through a moving maze, the religious symbols and the Devil are noticeably absent.
Tamagon also makes an brief cameo appearance as a Japan-exclusive trophy in Smash Bros. Melee. Though it is still unknown as to whether Tamagon himself will make an appearance in Brawl, there is a good possibility that he will also lend a hand as an Assist Trophy.
after you get about... 160 lines i think, thats whats going on in the top screen. cool find!