Pro Pinball (PC, CD-ROM) Interplay Productions - 1996 USA, Canada Release

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Pro Pinball
Product ID 40421-13317
Product UPC 040421133178
Platform(s) PC
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1996
Publisher(s) Interplay Productions
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade, Pinball
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

True-to-life 3D arcade action.

"The ultimate and most realistic computer pinball game I've ever played." - Rick Stetta, Five-time World Pinball Champion.

Finally a computer pinball game that goes beyond the arcade experience.

The ultimate and most realistic pinball game ever created for the computer. Realistic flippers, ramps, loops, drop targets, grab magnets, sink holes, jet bumpers and of course realistic balls.

State-of-the-art graphics bring you multiple viewing angles plus a super-high graphic resolutions of up to 1024 x 768 running at 60 frames per second. (That's tech-speak for "the best graphics ever",)

Scrolling? With Pro-Pinball, it's history. You see all the action all the time- pretty handy when you're playing six balls simultaneously. The reality is this: Pinball novices will be just as spellbound as pinball wizards.

  • Several different action-packed missions including Space Station Frenzy, Bike Race Challenge, Fast Frenzy and Ultimate Showdown.
  • Play up to 6 balls simultaneously.
  • View the table in its entirety from six different views.
  • Game play so realistic it allows the player to nudge the table from either side as well as from the bottom.

The computer has never seen a more realistic pinball game.

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 5.0
Required CPU 486-66
Required RAM 4MB
Req. Hard Drive 2MB Free
Required CD Speed 2X
Supported Audio SoundBlaster
Supported Video SVGA
PC Windows 95
Required CPU 486-66
Required RAM 8MB
Req. Hard Drive 0.5MB Free
Required CD Speed 2X
Supported Audio SoundBlaster
Supported Video SVGA

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