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- Pinball fantasies -

There have been many pinball games throughout the years but none have had as much an impact on me as pinball fantasies. From the creators of pinball dreams another great pinball game it is not however a sequel as such but an improvement. The biggest things about pinball dreams was that the screen could only show a limited amount of the table because of the resolution. Pinball fantasies uses a semihigh resolution that allows almost half the table to be displayed at once so the scrolling is a lot less then pinball dreams.

Once again there are four tables which you can play each with their own themes. Partyland is about a fair with ballons and rides, speed devils has a racing theme, billion dollar gameshow 's title pretty much explains it all and stones and bones is a scary one with ghosts and goblins. Each machine has the basic pinball gameplay where you hit the ball with two paddles into objects that can give you points or other bonusses. Also you can get specials plays when you complete a number of things like hitting every button on the field or doing a set amount of loops and these usually give rewards ranging from a million extra points to an extra ball. Each one does however plays quite differently and you will quickly find the one you like the most. My favorite is the stones and bones machine as it has a number of different objectives that you can reach indicated by the ghosts that light up and each one lets you play a different minigame.

This game can be seriously addictive and once you get hooked it's hard to let go. My personal record-score with the stones and bones game is over 633 million which you can see in the screenshot hehe :) I'm sure you will find one machine which you will like and even if you don't usually play pinball machines this game still is fun. The best part about the game is that it doesn't require any serious hardware to run and it has some of the best pc speaker music I ever heard, you can even play a single machine from only one floppy disk. Check it out and if you dare try to beat my record!

Overal rating: 9/10

Erde Kaiser

This game was released for several different systems here are some notes:
Amiga Released in 1992.
Game has been tested but not completed with winUAE v0.9.91.
The second and third disk both contain two pinball machines so start up with the first disk and then when asked insert disk two for partyland and speedevils or insert disk three for the other two.
DOS Released in 1994.
Game has been tested but not completed on a DOS PC.
Doesn't seem to work under windows because of the resolution used but it works fine with dosbox.
Others These versions are not available.
Amiga CD32 released in 1995.
Atari Jaguar released in 1994.
Gameboy released in 1995.

Date added Dec-09-2005 20:02
Name Pinball fantasies
Developer Digital Illusions
Publisher 21st Century Entertainment
First released 1992
Genre Simulation
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Download Commodore Amiga, filesize: 1555 Kb
MS-DOS, filesize: 1755 Kb
Manual Download manual , filesize: 1324 Kb
This is the scanned manual for the Jaguar.
Solve / Docs No solve available
No extra docs available

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