HISTORY OF 3D PINBALL
3D Pinball is a pinball simulator published by Mastertronic Plus in 1989 for the ZX Spectrum.
The most frenetic action awaits in this hyper-realistic simulation that will leave no one indifferent. Enjoy the performance of a table reproduced in real scale, while you smash the points record over and over again experiencing all the magic of pinball.
How to play 3D Pinball
Playing pinball is very simple: All you have to worry about is keeping the ball in play for as long as possible, while increasing your score as much as you can. It doesn't matter if we go overboard hitting our flippers, because this time the machine won't penalise us with the dreaded TILT!
You have 8 balls to achieve your goal, so if you play with a cool head and a bit of tact the points will fall one after the other without ceasing. You don't just have to hit the ball as it comes, you can stop it and take a precision shot at the highest scoring areas. The trick is to accumulate points on the dials and then release them via the bonus trap door, something only reserved for true pinball masters.
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3D Pinball Credits
- Programming: Bernardin Kati?
- Graphics: Steve Walters
- Cover: David John Rowe
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