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ZOOM 3-D Ultra Pinball
Sold Out (Win95/98) (Jewel Case) (3DPINPJ)

See Ultra Pinball Collectors Edition

Sierra

Game

Ratings:

A- from PC Games

Fastest Pinball in Space

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 limits!

Requirements: 486DX33 or higher (Pentium for premium performance), CD-ROM and hard drive, Windows 3.1 or higher, Win 9 compatible, 8 MB RAM (Win 95), 4 MB RAM (Win 3.1), SVGA 640x480 - 256 color, Windows compatible soundcard with DAC required.

Reviews:

Computer Gaming World, January 1996

"3-D Ultra Pinball is a bird of a different feather. This is not a pure pinball simulator, but rather an innovative cross-breed of pinball simulation, video game, and strategy."

"Each of the game's three main tables - Colony, Mine and Command Post - has five main challenges; the goal of the campaign game is to complete all 15 of these challenges within 3-5 balls, as well as accomplishing the other strategic goals of the game, like building structures, collecting premium points and extra balls, and discovering the two hidden levels."

"For those who want a pinball trainer, this game is the best I've seen. Besides, it's one of the more entertaining games I've seen for the Windows 95 desktop."



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