DescriptionExtreme Pinball is Epic Megagames' successor to Epic Pinball. It contains four pinball tables: Rock Fantasy, Medieval Knights, Urban Chaos, and Monkey Mayhem, each with a different theme. Compared to Epic Pinball, it has a larger, 320x400 resolution, as well as taller tables, both allowing for more objects. It also has a typical Dot Matrix Display where the scoreboard shows 3D-rendered animations as well. The controls are more sensitive with a faster ball. This is less true to real pinball gameplay, but it speeds up the game's pace and gives more power to the player to influence the movement.
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The Press Says
|Mega Fun||May, 1996||59 out of 100||59|
|NowGamer||Mar 28, 1996||5.4 out of 10||54|
|All Game Guide||1998||50|
|Absolute Playstation||Jul, 1996||5 out of 10||50|
|Coming Soon Magazine||Jun 14, 1996||50|
|Computer and Video Games (CVG)||Aug 15, 2001||3 out of 10||30|
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TriviaScene links: Sound effects were done by Alex Brandon, aka Siren/ex-KFMF, known for his music in the Epic games Unreal, Jazz Jackrabbit 2, and Tyrian. Yes, that includes all the animal noises in Monkey Mayhem :). The music for Extreme Pinball was done by Robert Allen, who also composed for Epic's other pinball game releases.
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