Infinity Pinball 4+

Infinite Retro Pinball Fun‪!‬


    • $4.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Infinite Retro Pinball Fun!

Test your skills with this blast-from-the-past Infinity Pinball Machine Pocket Game!

Infinity Pinball delivers a revolutionary twist on the pinball genre - so the fun never ends! Served up in a nostalgic retro-style, these infinitely long procedurally-generated pinball tables live inside a virtual Pocket Game. You can continually play your ball up up up (and fall down down down) the table levels for endless fun as you win coins, collect unique balls and unlock new tables.

Each infinite pinball table has its own original design theme, soundtrack and unique bash toys! Get your ball into the side pockets to change the bash toy and unlock a bonus stage where even more coins can be won!

Watch your hearts as you only get 3 lives per game!

- 5 Different Infinite Pinball Tables each with unique soundtracks, designs and bash toys.
- 9 Unique balls to collect
- 11 Skins for your Pocket Game!!
- Super cool synthwave soundtrack!!

What’s New

Version 1.1

- Gameplay bugfixes.
- Added Level unlock information.

Ratings and Reviews

Echopath ,

Great Game! Wish You Could Die Easier

A very fun game, but I keep getting into a situation where I gain lives faster than I run into the risk of losing them, so when I reach a point where I’m struggling or when I need to close the app I have to quit out of the game and thus my new high score isn’t saved. Also it feels like there’s also a missing an inherent feeling of risk that gives you that adrenaline rush and feeling of accomplishment.

I know this review is mainly me harping on this one bit of the game, but I do really enjoy it! I love that its a one time purchase and I don’t have to worry about ads at all, it’s incredibly refreshing to see that nowadays. The aesthetics of the game are also extremely fun and I can’t wait to play more!

Developer Response ,

Hi, thanks for the review, in the latest version we have revised the gameplay a little. Hopefully this should help you out.

f.btk ,

I don’t know, man

I've played a lot of different kinds of pinball video games, including more than a few games like this one here that sort of offer a Pac-man version of pinball, as opposed to "real" pinball. And I can honestly say that the gameplay here, in terms of the controls and the "physics" of the game are outstandingly good. Maybe they just got lucky, but it feels to me like a thing made by a person who actually cared about making something good. I mean sure the pixel art thing is so unimaginative you can't even really call it a choice anymore but at least it's a good version of that. So aesthetically it's like... pretty ok wallpaper. You know: not offensive or embarrassing, which seems rare enough these days. But here's the kicker: the way this "game" thinks that I value its "content" as a first time player is baffling to me. It would appear that every additional one level costs a dollar. 🤨 I did it once, because honestly if they had just released this as, you know, a whole game, with a pricetag, I would have bought it for more than that already. But instead they did the other thing, and they won't get another dollar from me.

Developer Response ,

Hi f.btk, thanks for taking the time to write up this long review. And thank you for the in-app purchase to help support us. The new levels do not cost an extra dollar. We wanted to offer a way for people to get all the in-game content for free if they really want to go that route. The in-game coins let players do this. It's currently not really made super-clear to players that this is an available route, and hence the confusion that you and some other players are having. Perhaps an option to unlock all the tables and skins all at once would be an attractive option?

Chirp-T ,

Infinitely Long, Infinitely Tedious

The game is fun for about five minutes before you realize that you’re hitting a lead ball with two styrofoam cups. Combined with a lack of aim mechanics and you have yourself the slowest pinball game you’ve ever played. You could call it “challenging” but I’d say that’s less about the skills of the player and more about how the flippers are too light to actually hit the ball where you want it to go. You know, a crucial facet of literally any pinball that exists.

I like the boss mechanic, though I wish there were any variation? You kinda lose the charm of it going on forever once you realize that all the bosses are exactly the same, just with different skins. What if the other tables had different functions unique to them?

Of course, it’s entirely possible that’s already the case. I wouldn’t know because I opted to avoid the grueling hours it would take to accumulate enough coins to *potentially* get a table which was likely functionally identical to the other two I had already unlocked.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry that you don't like that part of the game. We noted your feedback and will forward it to the developing team. We really appreciate the time you took to help us improve. Thank you!

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