5 excellent playable 2D tables on this CD.
A shame it´s only 2D but at least no scrolling.
Lots of fun with animated moving targets.
|year of release/ producer||1997 from Wildfire studios
CD-titel: Balls of Steel
|no, adjustable to 100/50||2||2||2||2||2|
|configuration||no settings changeable
tilt right/left are the keys y/-
|# of balls||5||what a shame|
|multiball||yes, Darkside with several MB´s||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|physics||very good physics||28||28||28||28||28|
|graphics||nice animated targets||7||7||8||9||9|
|difficulty||Barbarian: the tasks are difficult to start
Darkside: good games possible
Duke Nukem: most difficult pinsim of all
Firestorm: almost to many targets and objects to hit
Mutation: again good to play
Duke Nukem: laboriously to start the tasks Mutation: some nice tasks to complete
|layout / gameplay||very imaginative playfields||8||8||8||8||8|
|specials||after reaching a certain score the 5th ball follows a 1 minute "powerball"
the levels of difficulty can be set at beginning
Barbarian: video, animated targets and a second playfield-level
Darkside: 3 videos and moving animated targets
Duke Nukem: animated targets and a playing at night!
Firestorm: skillshot and split playfield
|comments||very interseting tables!|
|purchase||sometimes in auctions, rare in shops||sometimes|
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