Royal Flush (PC, CD-ROM) Amtex Software - 1994 USA, Canada Release

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Royal Flush
Product ID 73820-20021
Product UPC 773820200218
Platform(s) PC
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1994
Publisher(s) Amtex Software
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Real pinball action! 2 Exciting ways to play! Scrolling or stationary. Always fun, always a challenge.

The Amtex pinball classics bring the experience of real pinball games made by the world's leading pinball manufacturers to the computer. Games whose sheer, white-knuckled fun have launched them to the top of the pinball charts.

Royal Flush, a Gottlieb original, is the second release of the Amtex Pinball Classics. Jokers are wild in this pinball poker delight as you try for your five card combinations by targeting nine drop targets, three spot targets, nine bonus rollover lanes and a bonus kick-out saucer.

Choose your playfield. Display it your way! To play in the dynamic scrolling screen mode, select 320 x 240 or 640 x 480. To play on the SVGA stationary playfield, select 800 x 600. Then draw back the plunger and unleash the magic of authentic, fully detailed pinball fun.

Back box adjustments. Swing open the back box to adjust game settings including incline, power levels, number of balls and replay thresholds.

Wide open, fast paced and challenging!

  • Flipper skill shot opens the save-ball gate.
  • Double Bonus on the last ball for breath-taking comebacks.
  • True-Touch flippers and nudge.
  • Magnet Ball mode.

The experience of real pinball!

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 5.0
Required CPU 386
Required RAM 4MB
Req. Hard Drive 4MB Free
Supports Mouse Yes
Required Audio Yes
Supported Video VGA
SVGA

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