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!3D Ultra Pinball series
 
!3D Ultra Pinball series
 
|A series of pinball titles by Sierra. While the first game is lackluster due to its poor physics, the sequels improve significantly, making for better overall simulations. When playing on modern computers it is recommended to reduce your desktop, since the games stretch to the current resolution.
 
|A series of pinball titles by Sierra. While the first game is lackluster due to its poor physics, the sequels improve significantly, making for better overall simulations. When playing on modern computers it is recommended to reduce your desktop, since the games stretch to the current resolution.
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!Epic Pinball
 
!Epic Pinball
 
|From Epic long before they hit it big with Unreal. Perhaps the most popular pinball title among old-school PC gamers due to its shareware release. Originally it was sold as three commercial packs with four tables each; the "Complete Collection" CD-ROM release has all twelve, plus a bonus new table. [https://www.gog.com/game/epic_pinball_the_complete_collection Now available on GOG.com!]
 
|From Epic long before they hit it big with Unreal. Perhaps the most popular pinball title among old-school PC gamers due to its shareware release. Originally it was sold as three commercial packs with four tables each; the "Complete Collection" CD-ROM release has all twelve, plus a bonus new table. [https://www.gog.com/game/epic_pinball_the_complete_collection Now available on GOG.com!]
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!Full Tilt Pinball
 
!Full Tilt Pinball
 
|A pinball title by Maxis made to show the 3D capabilities of the then new DirectX technology. Features three tables, one of which is none other than Space Cadet, the pinball game which came bundled with Windows until XP.
 
|A pinball title by Maxis made to show the 3D capabilities of the then new DirectX technology. Features three tables, one of which is none other than Space Cadet, the pinball game which came bundled with Windows until XP.
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!The Pinball Arcade
 
!The Pinball Arcade
 
|A major collection featuring 3D replications of various real tables from the most prolific developers of the time (Williams, Bally, Gottlieb and Stern). Not only there are lots of tables to choose, many are still being added through DLC.
 
|A major collection featuring 3D replications of various real tables from the most prolific developers of the time (Williams, Bally, Gottlieb and Stern). Not only there are lots of tables to choose, many are still being added through DLC.
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