Solid State Pinball: Jinni Zeala Reviews
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MacintoshMacworld (Aug 01, 2002)
Pinball may be a niche market for Mac gamers, but you can't do better than what this game has to offer. Jinni Zeala is a near-flawless execution of a challenging solid-state pinball game for your Mac.
WindowsAdrenaline Vault, The (AVault) (May 20, 2002)
Despite lacking any truly groundbreaking qualities, Jinni Zeala shows a lot of spunk and is extremely polished in its execution. It is quite stylish, with a coherent theme, and most of its elements fit together well. The special appearance of the table reflects a consistently high professional attention to detail. Jinni Zeala is very enjoyable and is a notch above most standard computerized pinball you encounter. While LittleWing games are not sold through retail stores in the United States, this title can be downloaded and registered on the company’s web site. For those like me starved for new virtual pinball challenges, Jinni Zeala fits the bill quite nicely.
MacintoshAbout This Particular Macintosh (Oct, 2002)
Jinni Zeala is a good pinball game, especially for expert players who can keep the ball in play while hitting the appropriate switches, holes, bumpers, etc. to reach the bonus levels. However, Jinni Zeala isn’t as fun as my benchmark pinball game, LittleWing’s Crystal Caliburn (released in 1993). Crystal Caliburn has a simpler layout than Jinni Zeala, but it is a blast to play. It also has a much better user interface that makes use of the menubar.