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Dachinko (Windows)

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Dachinko is an arcade game based on pachinko, where the main objective is to drop several metal spheres from the top of a board filled with pegs and other obstacles, making them rebound around the field and hopefully land inside a series of containers that give bonus points and extra balls. The player controls the initial launch speed with a lever at the bottom-right corner of the screen, shooting only a limited amount of spheres at a time.

The goal of each level is to gather a specific number of extra balls, by landing the spheres inside the green pot as much as possible. Hitting the blue pot gives points, while filling the yellow pot decreases the pressure build-up by missing shots. When the pressure is too high, the player starts to gradually lose some of the accumulated bonus points. New features start to appear on later levels, like revolving gears, bamboo pipelines, moving platforms and objects.

Parcels and power-ups randomly appear on the field, being activated when hit by one of the falling orbs. The packages give points, while the power-ups change the game behavior for a few seconds inverting gravity, transforming the balls into rubber and guiding them to the nearest pot. A mini-game appears on certain levels, where a mining cart has to moved sideways to catch falling spheres and recover some of the orbs.


Dachinko Windows Eighth level
Dachinko Windows Loading screen
Dachinko Windows Classic mode
Dachinko Windows Trophy

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Macs Black (80151) added Dachinko (Windows) on Oct 10, 2010