Take a Break! Pinball (Windows 3.x)

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Take a Break! Pinball contains a set of 8 pinball tables based upon various popular Sierra games:


Take a Break! Pinball Windows 3.x Note: the game didn't work on my computer - I could start, but not play it. Nevertheless I decided to keep these cute screenshots. Here's The Willy Beamish table.
Take a Break! Pinball Windows 3.x Start game of Draxon:Level One (VGA)
Take a Break! Pinball Windows 3.x The King's Quest table - King's Quest V, it seems, to be more precise... But I can't help how much the upper left corner reminds me of a ski jumping hill (another passion/hobby/mania of mine)...
Take a Break! Pinball Windows 3.x The second Space Quest table, including a virtual coin.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Dynamix Pinball" -- Common name

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PC Games (Germany) Sep, 1993 80 out of 100 80
PC Player (Germany) Aug, 1993 61 out of 100 61
PC Joker Oct, 1993 50 out of 100 50
Power Play Oct, 1993 44 out of 100 44
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Dec, 1993 Unscored Unscored


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How to play? 3 Nowhere Girl (3917)
May 05, 2016


Here are some humorous definitions out of the games' help files :

THE DESIGNERS Muttonheads Scott Wallin and Louie McCrady would like to take this opportunity to say, "Hi!"

MOUSE It's that thing with what looks like a tail that hooks into the back of the computer. It rolls around, has two or three buttons that you can push, but it doesn't squeak likea real mouse, although that would be a nice feature.

THE HELP ZONE Somewhere in the dimension beyond sight and sound, caught in the void between man's search for meaning and a programmer's idea of something cute, neither fact nor fiction, where stupid questions are ignored and good questions left for the person with the sporty glasses and the highwaters, there lies a place we like to call, The Help Zone.
Robert Morgan (1059) added Take a Break! Pinball (Windows 3.x) on Nov 16, 1999