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ePinball

Provided By: Kalador Entertainment Inc.
Category: Arcade
Platform: Java
Downloads: 72,908

Rating: 8.8

Five fantastic levels, each with unique layouts, missions, and bonus. Relive an authentic experience - play pinball like it was in the arcades!

Use left and right paddles to keep the ball in action. Lights identify particular targets (mission) to earn extra points and certain bonuses. You can tilt the machine to shift the ball, but be careful!

Compare high scores with other players - top 10 scores are submitted to your phone. Are you a pinball wizard?

User Reviews of ePinball

9.4 - May 7, 2010 - Manish from Aurangabad using Nokia 6600

6.2 - July 26, 2009 - leo from SF,CA using Nokia 6620

9.8 - May 10, 2008 - precious from quens,usa using Nokia 6620

9.8 - October 31, 2007 - Dyke from Bucharest using Nokia 6620

8.6 - September 1, 2007 - Tadas from Gargzdai using Nokia 6620
Good

9.4 - June 10, 2007 - Sabrina using Nokia 6260
very good

8.2 - June 5, 2007 - Clive from Cape town using Nokia 6620
Good games

7.6 - June 1, 2007 - antonio from mexico df using Nokia 3250

9.8 - April 27, 2007 - salvatore from sicolia using Nokia 6620
bellissimo

10 - December 1, 2006 - Sanjay Bajaj from Pune, India using Nokia N91
After searching for long.......... I came across this...
the .jad file worked for me to install easily via nokia application!!!
After saying all above, do I need to say more??

9.6 - December 1, 2006 - gilberto antonio from 84647852 using Samsung SGH-X480
muito bom esse game irado.

9.4 - November 26, 2006 - Gift Mokoena from Nelspruit/Republic of South Africa using Nokia 6620
Very good.

7.2 - October 27, 2006 - Richard from Victoria using Nokia 6620
<img align="right" src="http://www.mobilerated.com/scripts/image.php?x=128&y=128&id=2005" alt="Ace Pinball by Kalador Entertainment" /> Pinball dates back to 1869 when Montegue Redgrave of Cincinnati made changes to the 15th century French game of bagatelle and created the first pinball table. It became extremely popular after World War II with returning soldiers and has experienced several reincarnations since. It is only appropriate that it now emerges as a mobile phone game.

Pinball is well suited to a limited mobile environment in that it traditionally has few controls with simple sounds and its action translated well to the mobile screen and doesn't tax the graphics engines. Certainly modern phones have the horsepower for more elaborate games, but this pinball game works well on older models, too.

ePinball offers five pinball playfields in one game, providing the equivalent of five games in one. You can select any playfield to start on but you may also progress from one to the other by playing the game and completing the "game missions" for each playfield. Each playfield has different backgrounds, bumpers, kickers, ramps, targets, spinners, holes, saucers and flippers; each playfield is truly unique.

The ball action in ePinball is a touch unsteady. Generally the ball moves well and behaves like a real machine, but at times the ball is twitchy and doesn't smoothly connect with the paddles. This is a minor quirk; one soon forgets it as they become engrossed in play. More unfortunately for serious players is the weak tilt mechanism. It is available, but has little touch associated with it - rather all or nothing - and adds little to the game.

Sound quality is good, graphics are adequate, and features are very good outside of tilt. The game plays well and simulates a pinball experience quite well. I enjoyed playing this game and recommend it to pinball enthusiastics and reminiscers.

7.8 - September 20, 2006 - Steve from Seattle using SonyEricsson Z608
If you love pinball, this is the game for you. It has 5 different games in 1. You can play all screens from 1 game or select a level to play. Each level has special bonus features but I've only played 3 levels so far.

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