Some people may think we need another pinball game like we need a sixth Spice Girl, a second Aqua album or a first Anthea Turner But not us. We like pinball - even If we originally came to It by mistake, blinking It was an S&M game Involving an old oak table, some lacks and a daw hammer. At least there's a table.
Well, two tables, actually: Rally Fever and Worm (both named after MicroProse game offerings, in case you thought they were Illnesses). The graphics are nice, with displays running at the top ot each table and balls that reflect the backgrounds. And there are loads ot different views, Including a top-down view for those who refuse to let go of the past, a top-down sideways view for welrdoes, and one so close to the table you'd have to be a dwarf or an amputee to experience It In real life. Unlike in the Pro Pinball games, you can switch between them as you play. Although if you do, you'll probably lose your ball while the screen re-draws.
Rally Fever's the better table, but they're both good, with decent sound effects and plenty ol 'stuff' to do. You don't get the same sense of immersion as the Pro Pinball games (still state of the art for sound), but you get two tables. Well worth shelling out for.
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Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features: Single game mode