www.nintendo.com – Wii Virtual Console:
www.nintendo.com - Game Boy Advance:
The high score's the thing when it comes to classic flipper fun.Extra Game Features:
Hit various targets and rack up points in this classic pinball game. Featuring a bonus mode starring Nintendo's legendary character, Mario, you control our hero as he holds a platform used to keep the ball in the air. And don't forget—you also have to save Pauline. If she falls and hits the ground, you lose a ball, but if you save her and lead her to the exit, you'll get a nice little surprise! This game is fun and easy to learn, and includes bonus balls for high scorers. On top of that, it features a two-player alternating mode. Both pinball fans and novices alike will enjoy it!
- Originally released in October 1985
- Download this Virtual Console title for only 500 Wii Points
- Use the Classic Controller, Wii Remote or GCN Controller to play this game
Contributed by gamewarrior (5078) on Mar 27, 2007.
The Official Nintendo Player's Guide (1987):
Full-tilt e-Reader action!
Some of the world's greatest classic video games are making a triumphant return! Now, with e-Reader technology, the code for an entire game can be stored on a stack of just five cards! Just slide the e-Reader cards through an e-Reader attached to a Game Boy Advance and you're ready to play.
Pinball-e is a perfect recreation of Nintendo's first-ever pinball title on the NES. Swipe just five e-Reader cards and you're ready for full-tilt pinball action in the palm of your hand!
The Pinball-e card pack comes with five cards. Scan all five cards into your e-Reader accessory for Game Boy Advance, and you're ready to play!
Contributed by Xoleras (66447) on Jan 31, 2005.
BE A PINBALL WIZARD
They said it couldn't be done! But here it is--a pinball game that you can play on your Nintendo Entertainment System! All the action is there--from bumpers to double flippers. This pinball game even has a bonus round for extra fun and points. You won't believe the ball isn't made of steel as it bounces off the cushions and racks up those points.
GAME PLAY: Your control pad operates the two flippers which are used to keep the ball in play as it tries to roll down and out of play at the bottom of the screen. The basic game has two screens with special shoots and bumpers galore! Hit all five of the cards for the royal flush, for instance, and you get a 5000-point bonus and a block post to help keep the ball in play. The bonus round has Mario running back and forth to keep the ball in play and save the falling maiden. You won't believe all the action in this video version of the great game of pinball. It's a ball!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Mar 23, 2004.