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After the success of Pinball Dreams on several systems, a sequel featuring four new tables was created. The gameplay is much the same as the first game, with realistic physics, multi-player options and a high score table to aim for. The tables are Partyland, Speed Devils, Billion Dollar Gameshow and Stones 'n' Bones, taking in a funfair, racing cars, a tacky game-show, and a graveyard. Each one has a range of ramps, combos, light sequences and targets to shoot, as well as general themes which are less influenced by real tables than those in Pinball Dreams.


Pinball Fantasies Amiga CD32 Stones 'n bones bottom
Pinball Fantasies Amiga CD32 Billion Dollar Gameshow top
Pinball Fantasies Amiga CD32 Billion Dollar Gameshow bottom
Pinball Fantasies Amiga CD32 Speed Devils bottom

Promo Images

Pinball Fantasies Other Back
Pinball Fantasies Magazine Advertisement
Pinball Fantasies Other Front

Alternate Titles

  • "Pinball Fantasies Deluxe" -- PlayStation title
  • "Pinball Dreaming: Pinball Fantasies" -- iPhone title
  • "ピンボールファンタジーズデラックス" -- Japanese PSX spelling

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User Reviews

There are no reviews for the Amiga CD32 release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.

Critic Reviews

GamesCollection Aug 14, 2008 9.5 out of 10 95
Amiga Dream Nov, 1993 91 out of 100 91
Amiga Action Dec, 1993 91 out of 100 91
Amiga Power Dec, 1993 91 out of 100 91
Amiga Computing Dec, 1993 90 out of 100 90
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Nov, 1993 88 out of 100 88
Amiga Format Nov, 1993 85 out of 100 85
CU Amiga Sep, 1993 85 out of 100 85
Amiga Games Jan, 1994 78 out of 100 78
Play Time Feb, 1994 78 out of 100 78


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PlayStation version 1 Lance Boyle (1475)
Oct 04, 2016


Attract mode

During each pinball table's attract mode, you can type words to get messages or enable/disable certain features. One such word is "credits", which will list the credits of the people who made and ported the game. Another word will turn the LED display into a scrolly, with a message out to all of Frontline Designs' demoscene friends.

Copy Protection

The PC DOS version has probably the worst copy protection ever. You have to enter a word from the manual, but you have unlimited tries! And word, line, and page won't even change after a wrong answer has been given. But this is moot anyway, since the pinball tables are separate executables. You can simply rename any of the tables (TABLE1.PRG to TABLE4.PRG) to INTRO.PRG and start the game as normal - bypassing the copy protection completely.

Release history

Party Land, Speed Devils, Billion Dollar (aka Billion Dollar Gameshow), and Stones -n- Bones were first released as Pinball Fantasies and later joined by the four tables of Pinball Mania and rereleased as Pinball Fantasies Deluxe. Then, in late 1996, 21st Century repackaged twenty of their tables, including Pinball Fantasies, as Pinball Gold.

Pinball Fantasies was originally released on the Amiga, and according to some reports, it was an incomplete, buggy game because Digital Illusions rushed to get it out in time for Christmas. The PC version is free of just about all these bugs, though there remains one major rules oversight (no multiball).

-- excerpt taken from Erik Mooney's FAQ, Rules Sheet and Strategy Guide to Pinball Fantasies


After its release, the game went up to number one in the "All Formats Top-40" chart in England and has, as of 2004, sold more than 170,000 copies.

Version differences

When playing on the PSP, pressing Select makes the screen turn 90 degrees, so that you can play the game while holding the PSP in a vertical position.


  • Amiga Joker
    • Issue 02/1993 – #2 Readers' Special Price for 1992
  • PC Gamer
    • 1994 - Best Arcade Game
Information also contributed by B.L. Stryker, SonataFanatica and Trixter
Kabushi (255399) added Pinball Fantasies (Amiga CD32) on Apr 21, 2005
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