Ultra Pinball Collector's Edition
||(Win95/98/Mac) (Retail) (ULTRAPINDR)
ESRB Rating: Kids to adults
3 Great Pinball Games
Snap back the plunger, then let it rip. Send that sorry
sphere packing to three out-of-this-world playfields: a cavernous space mine, a
gritty command post and The Colony, the mother of all manic-action pinball
tables. Bank the right sequence of shots and you'll be able to warp between
tables, taking the pinballs you have in play along for the ride. Feel the
friction of the flippers as you play 3-D ramps and bumpers so huge, so intense,
they'll pull pinball kicking and screaming to a higher level. Play outside the
Once every 100 years a vortex to the underworld opens and
chaos reigns as ghosts, gremlins and gargoyles wreak havoc in a haunted castle.
Only furious flipper-action and lightning-quick bank shots can vanquish the
ghouls as you warp between the castle courtyard, mad scientist's lab, and
dungeon catacombs. If you're good enough to uncover the bonus table, you'll
face the Goblin King in a ghoulish grand finale where your speedy reflexes will
seal the vortex and send the nasty creatures packing - until the next time.
Yank back the plunger and prepare to be thrust into the
pinball adventure of your life. Battle a savage prehistoric tribe. Survive the
onslaught of a dinosaur stampede, then take advantage of multi-ball scoring,
tons of animated targets, and the unique 3D-target indicator system to find the
hidden laboratory of the diabolical Doktor Helda. You'll need all your flipper
twitching skill to defeat him and earn the ultimate game payoff - a fully
animated escape from the Lost Continent.
Bonus! The History of Pinball - A One Hour VHS Tape
Everybody's played the game...but nobody knows the story. A
one hour video program follows this unique game from its origin in France
during the 1700's as "Bagatelle," to the game of American "Tivoli" in the mid
1800's, to the first real pinball machine in 1871, to the advent of the solid
state and computerized games of the 70's & 80's, all the way to the modern
"Wizardry" of today's games.
Featuring: Chicago White Sox, Major League Slugger - Frank
Thomas, Pinball Historian - Richard Bueschel, Aerosmith guitarist - Joe Perry.
Plus many more celebrity interviews.
- Throughout the 1960's and 1970's, over 30 million baby
boomers have enjoyed playing Pinball.
- From 1955 to 1975, more money was taken in by Pinball
Machines than the entire American Motion Picture Industry.
- In 1995 alone, over 10 billion quarters were deposited
into Pinball Macines in the U.S.A. Worldwide figures more than double
It's here! Your chance to solve and create bouncing,
spinning, floating, falling, squirting, exploding, jumping and sparking
puzzles. Imagine using pinwheels, toasters, pulleys, and even gravity and air
density to solve the 150 puzzles included in this mesmerizing game. Such
fascinating fun, you'll be glued to your monitor for hours.
How weird and wild can you make it? Once you get the hang of
solving puzzles, jump in any time and create your own. What do you need to make
a piece of toast? How about a balloon, bouncing balls, spark plugs, and a light
bulb? Need more? Okay, use a rocket ship, drill, and mirror. With over 100
animated parts, there's no limit to what you can create once you get
Plus! 3 Holes of MiniGolf
Remember mini-golf? Scrambling across the Astroturf on a hot
summer night trying desperately to beat your buddies to the windmill? We've got
mini-golf just the way you remember it...only much, much cooler. 3-D Ultra
MiniGolf has the vintage holes you love, plus a whole bunch of new ones you
won't believe. And they're all jam-packed with gadgets, gizmos, strange
creatures and crazy sound effects - taking a favorite pastime to a whole new
level of fun.
Requirements: Windows 3.1/95, 486 DX66 or better, 2x CD-ROM,
14MB RAM, SVGA, 640x480 @256 colors, Windows compatible sound card, DAC
required, mouse, keyboard.
Requirements: Power Mac, 2x CD-ROM, System 7.5 or greater,
12MB RAM w/ 8MB free, 13" SVGA, 640x480 @256 color, mouse, keyboard
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