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Pinball Star

Pinball Star

( 8582 Reviews )
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License:Free
Category:Simulation
User-rating:4.3 ( 8582 Reviews )
Language supported:

English (United States)

Minimum
OS:Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture:ARM, x86, x64
Recommended
OS:Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture:ARM, x86, x64

Description

Enjoy the best classic pinball game on Windows!


Remember the good old days of pinball on your computer? Now you can re-live the experience on your new Windows devices. Engage your hyperdrive, and blast into this classic game. Play Pinball Star for Windows today!


If you like Pin ball, Bubble Star, Zulu Star, skee ball, basketball, air hockey, bowling, or any other classic arcade games, you will love Pinball Star!

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  • 12/11/2015
    Does not live up to original by Timothy

    The graphics are not great for the game (worse than the original) which for me is not a huge issue. What is a big bummer is that the board does not have the same rules. The ball is smaller and the physics for the ball movement is way off. Definitely did not have a nostalgic experience. Very hard to properly gauge the way the ball will bounce due to the seemingly random physics.

  • 12/9/2015
    Lags and crashes by Alexander

    The game would be great if it weren't for the constantly changing ads that slow the game down and cause their to be a delay in the paddles but not always the balls movement. additionally there seems o be an issue with the launcher where if you launch it at full power it always goes to a spot that neither paddle can hit. I wouldn't waste the time it takes to download this game unless they fix these issues

  • 10/11/2015
    It's not the same by Michael

    Sure, it looks similar to 3D Space Cadet pinball that we've all enjoyed on ~Windows XP all those years ago, but that's all about this game. The game mechanics are not like the original game at all, and the flippers do not function properly. Sometimes one can be higher than the other, and generally the flippers do not launch in the same fashion as the ones on the original game. The in-app purchases in this game are pretty lame. Remember when sometimes the game would just cause you to lose the ball and you'd be given another shot? Nope, not in this game. They want you to PAY in order to have extra shots, even if there was no way for you to save a ball. If you want the original game, you are MUCH better off just getting the original game. This game is a ripoff and their attempts to make money off of this game is ridiculous. Microsoft should honestly just remove this application from the Windows Store, because it's a phony fake anyways.

  • 6/4/2014
    it is epic by Michael

    AWESOME

  • 3/6/2016
    Ads... really?. by Blake

    First of all this is a rip off, second, what happened to the old arcade pinball that every single computer had come with. That really irks me and frankly makes me very angry. Those games(solitaire, spider solitaire, pinball etc.) never had any ads and they were simple in graphics and effects. I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels like this. I would have rated this at 4 stars because I was disappointed that it was an app. Until I played it and the first ad pop-up and "killed" me, then a repeat of that through the rest of my time playing.

  • 1/24/2016
    It's Okay, But.... by threemoore

    I know a game exactly like this, but better. This is a total rip-off of that! The thing is, it is a lot easier to lose in this game than it is in that one! Now, I think it's great that you get extra rounds in this one, but if you don't have any stars, you won't even get fifth place in this unless you're super good at pinball! It also says that if you purchase something, they'll remove ads forever! I bought eight stars for $1.99, and guess what? Still ads! The point is, don't get this game!

  • 2/28/2016
    Not the same by Robert F

    Doesn't quite look right. I will admit it is still fun to play the original music and sound effects I expected are not present. I'm glad I was able to copy the original off my old PC and be able to play it on my laptop

  • 5/24/2014
    by Amil

    Reminds me completely of the pinball game from the old Windows 95 Microsoft Plus. The only difference is the sounds. It sounded alot better on the computer version, and that is the only reason why I rated it a four star. But this is an addicting game that keeps you playing for hours and hours trying to beat your high score.

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