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Moraff's Cyber Pinball (Windows)

Moraff's Cyber Pinball Windows The start of a game on the 'Original' table.


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Moraff's Cyber Pinball is a single player, shareware pinball game.

The game consists of many different tables which are designed to be used on slow, medium and fast machines, as they would be considered in 1996.
Slow machines were expected to use 640x480 resolution and had the following tables designed for them: Original (the default), Tradition, Classic, Rakclui, Coinop, Bohan's Machine, Operation, Flipper, Groucho, Walls, Sectors, and The MW.
Medium machines were expected to operate in 800x600 resolution and had the following tables: Teamwork (the default), Centron, Atomizer, Juggler, Pirate, The Path, Wicker, Temptation and Scott's Machine.
Fast machines were expected to mainly use 1024x768 resolution and had the following tables: Cascade, Lavaflow, Pyramid, Vortex, Megaball and The Giant. The last two had higher resolutions being 1280x1024 and 1600x1200 respectively.

The player selects the table they want to play from the game's menu bar. The game prevented the player using a table that was of a higher resolution than their system was currently set to display. The game would, however, allow low resolution tables to be played on systems running with a higher setting, in such cases the game padded out the remainder of the screen with a red border. While the downloadable shareware release is limited to just a few tables it does allow the player to preview all the above tables.

Unusually the game allowed the player to change the background and permitted the use of the player's own pictures.

The game has in game help files, sound and music with options to disable either or both, a high score feature for each table, and can be controlled by the keyboard alone or by a keyboard/mouse combination.


Moraff's Cyber Pinball Windows Moving the cursor to the top of the screen reveals the menu bar where the help text and game configuration options are held
Moraff's Cyber Pinball Windows This is one of the lower resolution tables being played with a custom background.
Moraff's Cyber Pinball Windows The high score table is also viewed in a separate window.
Moraff's Cyber Pinball Windows This shows a low resolution table being played on a high resolution setting. The border is extremely large as a result. At the top of the screen is the table selection menu.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Moraff's Pinball for Windows 95" -- Used in the game's documentation
  • "Moraff's Cyber-Pinball" -- In-game title

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piltdown_man (157454) added Moraff's Cyber Pinball (Windows) on Feb 12, 2013