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    Default 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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    Queen Of Battlefield
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    Default 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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