The first pinball arcade game I played was Space Cadet Pinball which came with Windows XP. And in those times it was definitely a game worth spending time on.
But I guess as the humans have made technological advances we expect more from a game, maybe unfortunately that is the reason why Pinball Arcade by FarSight Studios didn”t impress me much. It has a decent graphical user interface which I am sure they could have done better.
It works like any other pinball game. The version available at iTunes Store and Google Play Store is free. There are a total of 10 tables which you can play: Tales of the Arabian Nights, Ripley”s Believe It or Not, Black Hole, Theater of Magic, Bride of Pin bot, Medieval Madness, Funhouse, Cirqus Voltaire, Gorgar, and Monster Bash.
Unfortunately only Tales of Arabian Nights is for free. You need to pay for others. Like many other games of today, this game also offers integration with facebook so that you can share your score with your friends. It also allows a maximum of 4 players to play head-to-head.
Click Here to download from iTunes Store.
to download from Google Play Store.