Pinball Dreams

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  • Tijn
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    #3297

    I think this is the game that sparked the whole pinball obsession that happened in the 90s. Originally released for the Amiga in 1992, it was ported to DOS in 1993. Developed by Digital Illusions.

    Tables include Ignition, Steel Wheel, Beat Box and Nightmare.

    Is it any good? Please share your thoughts 🙂

    Tijn
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    #3298

    There’s also a sequel released in 1995, which includes: Neptune, Safari, Revenge of the Robot Warriors & Stall Turn.

    Spacefarer
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    #3362

    It’s really good for its time, but it highlights a major issue in pinball games of this era: SCROLLING.

    Maybe it’s just me who has this issue, but I find it quite difficult to hit targets that I can’t see.

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