Reality Recreated Pure Pinball 2.0 REDUX features, revolutionary 3D graphics and animation resulting in the most amazing pinball experience ever. View the pinball tables in complete overview, ball close up, ball follow or traditional scrolling style, thanks to 12 different camera setups. Perfect picture with over-the-top ball reflections and remarkable metal surfaces featured on table elements, reality by utilizing amazing special effects such as glass mirroring.
Racing, War and Trains- Pure Pinball includes tables with multiple flippers, special modes and distinct themes. Authentic pinball spot-on flipper control featuring a multiball enabled physics engine, continuously calculating ball movement more than 1500 times per second.
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: EVERYONE
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP or Windows Vista, 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended), 256MB RAM (512 recommended), DirectX 7-compatible 3D graphics card with hardware T&L (Transform & Lighting) support (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), Mouse, Keyboard.
Posted on 2009-03-26 14:06:49 by hockeycanuck:
I used to own this game on a disc, but the stupid Starforce copy protection kept crashing my computer. Its nice to see that GOG released this DRM Free. Aside from this is its realistic ball physics and colorful graphics. You can actually hear the ball roll around the table as you play. Another thing I noticed, is just like a real pinball machine, you can see the ball jump up toread more the glass from time to time. Id suggest reading the manual throughly , however to enjoy what it all has to offer. The game is also very forgiving on older computers with low end graphics cards as the options allow you to turn off the details should it slow down to a crawl. Overall for $5.99 its a very low price to pay for a game with such high replay value and features.
(A side note to parents , this game does contain images of sexy women on the loading screen, but its not imorally wrong like the stuff you see in Lesiure Suit Larry)
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Posted on 2009-03-01 10:54:11 by tntrkdrvr:
The game comes with 3 tables; Speed, World War, and Train. Of those, the Speed and World War tables are my favorite. Considering how many other pinball games there are to choose from (hardly any), this would be a great choice for any pinball fans. As good as the graphics need to be for a pinball game; though I would recommend turning off the reflective glass so you can see better.
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Posted on 2009-01-13 09:19:42 by Mosse:
In all fairness, I'll start by saying I'm no huge pinball fan.
Having said that, the game itself feels solid. The mechanics, graphics and physics seem just about right. The problem is that tables which are as cluttered as real pinball tables don't really work well on a computer screen.
Still - is it worth six bucks? I don't regret buying it...
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