DescriptionIt starts when you receive a note and map from your long lost grandfather, along with the promise of the adventure of a lifetime. You'll encounter dinosaurs, volcanoes, and man-eating sharks, as well as a tribe of cavemen to save. Your mission is to save the Forgotten Island.
There are 9 interconnected tables included for you to conquer. They have to be unlocked during the game and offer 2 or 3 settings per table. In comparison to most other pinball simulations the goals on a table are mostly not to get a high score but to solve missions like chasing away sharks. Also unusual are the 3D graphics: instead of a static top-down view the camera follows the pinball ball.
Part of the Following Group
|Not the usual bargain-bin pinball game||Andy Voss (1633)|
|Christ Centered Game Reviews||Jun 01, 2005||90|
|Gameplay (Benelux)||May, 2001||72 out of 100||72|
|spieletipps||May 28, 2001||70 out of 100||70|
|IGN||Mar 28, 2001||6.7 out of 10||67|
|PC Action||Apr 05, 2001||67 out of 100||67|
|GameSpot||Mar 22, 2001||6.6 out of 10||66|
|Gameguru Mania||Mar 21, 2001||3 out of 5||60|
|PC Zone||Aug 13, 2001||5.9 out of 10||59|
|Deaf Gamers||2001||2.5 out of 5||50|
|Game Revolution||Mar 01, 2001||C-||42|
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EngineFrom the installer to the in-game graphics, it appears that Adventure Pinball: Forgotten Island is based on the Unreal engine. The Unreal engine is typically used to make first-person shooter games, but in this case it was used for a pinball game.