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DescriptionJinni Zeala is another pinball simulator by LittleWing. The game has one table with a "1001 Nights" middle-eastern theme. The goal is to activate several bonus stages, represented in the table as models with three drop targets (with the exception of Felucca and Zeala stages) and a sink hole each. There are five stages: Oasis, Cave, Zeala, Palace and Felucca Boat. To activate most of them, the player has to acquire four items, each collected by dropping the three targets and sinking the ball in the hole. The Felucca and Zeala stages don't have targets, instead the player has to shoot the ball through the lanes.
During the Palace Stage, the bumpers award 200,000 for 40 seconds. The Zeala Stage starts a multiball, where hitting the Oasis and Palace target gives the jackpot. The Oasis Stage increases the value of the scimitar lane to 100,000 for 20 seconds, up to 1,000,000. The Cave Stage makes every switch give 100,000 for 30 seconds.
Sinking the ball in the Palace and Oasis holes several times starts a multiball. When more than one multiball starts at the same time, one extra ball is added to the field, up to three.
The fortune teller gives a random prize to the player. She appears when the ball enters the bazaar hole with all the rollover buttons turned on.
- "Jinni Zeala Pinball" -- Macintosh retail release title
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|Macworld||Macintosh||Aug 01, 2002||90|
|Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault)||Windows||May 20, 2002||70|
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Yoshikatsu Fujita (LittleWing)Programming:
Yoshikatsu Fujita (LittleWing)Visual Design:
Reiko F. Nojima (as Reiko Fujita Nojima)Graphic Art:
Reiko F. Nojima (as Reiko Fujita Nojima)Audio Design:
LittleWing, Mio Kumamoto (Miotron)BGM:
Rich, Fumi, and the Pinball Wizard, Kazuyuki Dei