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  • runpro
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    It's great, I'm really grateful for that

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  • Matilda22
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    Originally posted by tfhfony View Post
    In the meantime, I have added 2 classic Pinball games (8 tables) for you to play online:

    Pinball Dreams: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Dreams-myfirstpremiercard
    Pinball Fantasies: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Fantasies

    You'll need a fast PC to play these tables in your broswer, but these are 2 classic 16-bit Pinball Games. The music can be glitchy (especially during the intros) but the tables are very well playable.
    I don't own any of those. They would be an insta-buy for me if they were released on the PS4, but the company who did those releases doesn't seem to exist anymore.

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  • Kezabien
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    Not a real machine but I used to love Sonic Spinball (on Game Gear).

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  • SuekSeath
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    8 Bit Pinball Games

    it worked before pretty well but not real well i have two HD 1 with 32bit and the other with 64bit

    i see a much improvement with 32 bit

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  • AlexBlade
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    yeah, played on ps3 but it would be cool to see them on next station.

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  • tfhfony
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    Originally posted by shogun00 View Post
    FWIW, both games available on the PSN and can be played on PS3, Vita, and PSP.
    I know... But I don't own any of those. They would be an insta-buy for me if they were released on the PS4, but the company who did those releases doesn't seem to exist anymore.

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  • shogun00
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    Originally posted by tfhfony View Post
    In the meantime, I have added 2 classic Pinball games (8 tables) for you to play online:

    Pinball Dreams: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Dreams
    Pinball Fantasies: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Fantasies

    You'll need a fast PC to play these tables in your broswer, but these are 2 classic 16-bit Pinball Games. The music can be glitchy (especially during the intros) but the tables are very well playable.
    FWIW, both games available on the PSN and can be played on PS3, Vita, and PSP.

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  • tfhfony
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    Originally posted by hajdu View Post
    This thread is awesome!!!
    Definitely try these games at home!
    That's nice to hear :-) It's also why I made that website. (not only for pinball though)
    Maybe an idea for (some) future tables? 8/16 bit (and maybe have a talk with the people from Pinball Dreams/Fantasies about revamped versions).
    What also would be cool: The 16-bit Partyland / Graveyard tables as single-ball mini-games inside a 8/16 bit table pack

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  • hajdu
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    This thread is awesome!!!
    Definitely try these games at home!

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  • tfhfony
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    In the meantime, I have added 2 classic Pinball games (8 tables) for you to play online:

    Pinball Dreams: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Dreams
    Pinball Fantasies: http://www.file-hunter.com/amiga/#Pinball_Fantasies

    You'll need a fast PC to play these tables in your broswer, but these are 2 classic 16-bit Pinball Games. The music can be glitchy (especially during the intros) but the tables are very well playable.

    Leave a comment:


  • RocketQueen71
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    Nes pinball games

    Check out "High Speed" & "Pinbot" for the NES.I think you can find emulators for them. I used to looooove playin' these two machines in the arcades.

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  • tfhfony
    started a topic 8-Bit Pinball Games

    8-Bit Pinball Games

    When I was a young boy, a long long time ago, Rollerball was my first Pinball Game I played on a computer. Later on I played a bunch of other games, including the fantastic Pinball Dreams/Fantasies & Illusions series on the Amiga.
    Recently I ran into Rollerball again, together with some other old 8-bit Pinball games:

    Rollerball: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/RollerBall.html
    Fireball: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/FireBall.html
    Trickboy: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/TrickBoy.html
    Thunderball: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/ThunderBall.html
    SquareDancer: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/SquareDancer.html
    Macadam Bumper: http://www.file-hunter.com/MSX/MacadamBumper.html

    You can play these online in your broswer. No need to install anything.

    Yes, they are slow. They are pixely, chunky & symplistic. But it gives you a good idea on how this all started. Have fun playing some of these oldies.
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