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In 1995 21st Century Entertainment licensed several already-released pinball tables to the online distribution company Instant Access, which bundled them in a compilation named Perfect Pinball. The pack features content of three previous games:Of the nine tables, only three are playable - Safari, Stall Turn and Revenge of the Robot Warriors. The other six must be purchased and unlocked via the included Instant Access browser. The basic price is £5 for one table (~ $8 in 1995), £12 for three (~ $19), payable by debit or credit card. The activation procedure requires buyers to call a local phone number and exchange 18-digit code numbers.

While the game itself remains a pure DOS program, the Instant Access browser requires Windows 3.1 or better to run.

All tables exist in the original low-res VGA version (320x200) as well as in a high-res SVGA alternative (640x350). The CD contains two audio tracks. Perfect Pinball includes the "History of Pinball" feature, a database with facts and artworks for a broad selection of historical pinball machines.


Perfect Pinball DOS Safari table, lower section, high-res (640x350)
Perfect Pinball DOS The “History of Pinball” database contains information on a broad selection of pinball machines
Perfect Pinball DOS Revenge of the Robot Warriors, lower section, low-res (320x200)
Perfect Pinball DOS Stall Turn, upper section

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The manual forgets to mention that you can play the first table, Ignition, and the ninth table, Partyland, as five minute demos even without having them unlocked.

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  • Perfect Pinball FAQs (The official FAQ page from Instant Access with instructions on Extended Memory in DOS and how to play it in Windows 95. (Archived page from the Wayback Machine))
-Chris (7575) added Perfect Pinball (DOS) on May 28, 2007