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Pinball Dreams (GP32)

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Overall MobyScore (1 vote) 5.0


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Logik State is not the highest profile developer around, and yet they came up with one of the better implemented games for the GP32. The control is perfect, the music is very well mixed, with none of the level problems or popping you often hear in these games. The pinball is tough. The four machines provided would all be quarter eaters if you played them in the arcades. It feels as though every angle of the field is designed just to bump the ball into a dead zone! The music is fantastic, the sound effects are realistic, all the way down to the flutters of the bonus counter. Really very nice effort all the way round, and when MegaGP becomes open to the west, this is one of the titles I’d highly recommend, if you’ve any love for pinball.