A great pinball game should not only be amazing from the start, but should continue to be entertaining every time you play it. Dream Pinball 3D - with its six cutting-edge tables - is beckoning you to try your luck and skills.
In addition, we did not skimp on the technology with this game as there are six different style balls, made of different materials, that not only look different, but whose ballistic characteristics will affect the very rolling behaviour of each one of them. Add to that incredible acoustics, state-of-the-art particle technology, HDRI and multilayer 3D sound, a realistic tilt function and motion blur effects and you have the best pinball experience available on the PC that can even be enjoyed on laptops and less powerful, non-gaming computers...
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: EVERYONE 10+ with Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Blood., PEGI Rating: 3+
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP or Windows Vista, 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended), 256MB RAM (512 recommended), NVidia or ATI 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), Mouse, Keyboard.
Compatibility notice: This game is incompatible with Intel graphics devices (including netbook graphics).
Posted on 2010-12-19 07:56:12 by Six_Ways:
Perhaps I'm spoilt on the Pro Pinball games, but none of these tables really seem to have any heart. There's no real depth to them; I just feel like I'm flipping aimlessly most of the time. No video modes, no 'story', nondescript special modes...
Don't get me wrong, this game IS fun, but only for a while. I've played the Pro Pinball games for hours, really getting to know the tables.read more None of the tables here make me want to do that.
For a pinball game with multiple tables, I'd much rather see Balls Of Steel on GOG.
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Posted on 2011-01-03 12:18:19 by illskills:
One word describes this game...WOW. Not WOW as in awesome, but wow as in wow this blows. This game may have nice graphics, but the physics are laughable. The ball feels very floaty and there is almost no chance of losing balls. My very first game, I started up on normal. I scored ~350 million before i just let my balls drain due to boredom. For a good 3-5 minutes I literally justread more mashed both flipper buttons and never even came close to losing a ball...try that on a real table and see what happens. Also, dumb things like getting combos for hitting a single loop are awarded, but no combo is given for actually hitting a combo, huh?
Basically, you hit the ball and the game goes "FIIIIIVVE MIIIILLLLIION!!!11!". This is a pinball "simulator" to make people who suck at pinball feel like they are good at pinball. Save yourself time and money and just purchase a Pro Pinball title.
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Posted on 2010-12-10 18:46:15 by hockeycanuck:
I must admit, I held off purchasing this game because of all the reviews I saw on the internet regarding the nasty DRM in place. Now thats its on GOG.com I can finally play this game without having to worry about product activation. The tables and graphics are amazing and its a shame there are not anymore pinball sims being made for pc. Worth every penny of the $5.99 spent.
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