If you think this looks like Devil’s Crush for the Turbo-Grafx 16, you have a good memory. It appears from this video that the Turbo-Grafx 16 version had better graphics, sound and gameplay. However, the Genesis version had something that the Turbo-Grafx 16 version lacked. Nining out the Turbo-Grafx version just ended the game with credits. However, if you nined-out the Genesis version, you actually got to challenge an end boss.
By the way, nining-out this game was no easy task. You had to master getting many extra balls in reserve and then get passwords along the way as you slowly increased your score. It took forever. Or, you could just cheat and get the password that warped you to the end after scoring one switch.