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Included in the Ultimate Pro-Pinball Compilation, Gamefest: Pinball Classics, Pinball Madness 3 or Xplosive Top 10
Publisher: Empire Interactive
Game / Pinball
Scrolling Sucks! And 2D Is Dead!
Steel yourself for the total assault of a multi-layered adventure in vision and sound through four different time zones. Experience gleaming silicon graphics that test your capabilities - and your PC's - to the limit. You'll discover resolution rising to a shocking 1600x1200 in 16 million colors, with ingenious animated toys and fiendish games within a game on the dot matrix display. All this is brought to you by the makers of Pro Pinball - The Web. (Did we mention it's a pinball game?)
Pro Pinball: Timeshock brings you a full 3D pinball table on screen. So detailed you'll even think you can see your reflection in the careening ball and gleaming metal fittings. You'll play it just like the real thing too, only harder. It's real pinball all right, but what pinball table ever confronted you with dinosaurs hissing for your blood...or the might of Mount Rushmore sneering down and daring you to climb up? This is the most complex, rewarding, frustrating, entertaining, exciting, colorful, fastest, musical and best pinball experience ever.
An adventure in 4 different time zones
Find fiendish games within a game on the dot-matrix display
1600x1200 in 16 million colors
Multi-layered adventure in gleaming silicon graphics
How to Play Timeshock!
An experiment in the future with a Time Crystal went wrong. The Crystal shattered, creating a Timeshock. Once the Timeshock reaches the Dawn of Time, the universe will be destroyed. You must collect the shattered crystal fragments from four different time zones to rebuild the Crystal, then travel to the Dawn of Time to use the Crystal to create an Anti-Timeshock to save the universe...
Requirements: Pentium 60, 8 MB RAM, 1MB SVGA PCI Local Bus Video card, 20MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive, SoundBlaster compatible sound card recommended.
Recommended Requirements: Pentium 166, 32MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, 8MB SVGA PCI Video card, 20 MB hard disk space, SoundBlaster AWE 32 compatible sound card.
The Windows 95 version requires more memory than the DOS version at each detail level.
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