Ruiner Pinball (Jaguar) review
"There used to be a time when pinball machines were common, and one could find them in arcades, laundromats, and corner stores. You'd plunk a quarter into the big upright box, pull back on the plunger, and slap those flipper buttons to shoot the metal ball around the tableful of bumpers, chutes, and targets. The appeal was both visual and physical as you tried to get the metal ball to smack into targets with a noisy thunk. For years now, developers have tried to recreate the experience of a pin..."
Community review by LS650 (May 24, 2007)
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