First episode of our pinball saga.
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Interesting take on pinball
This is an interesting spin (heh, no pun intended) on the pinball genre - instead of mini-tables within a table, you shoot to try to get the ball through the top to the next table above, and if the ball drops between the flippers, it returns to the table below. Graphics are nice looking too.
However, there are some things that need fixing. The biggest problem for me is the ball physics - it moves more like a beach ball than a pinball - it just floats around too much. Also, having a few more targets would be nice - the tables are a bit sparse, at least at the beginning. And the menu system could use some enhancements, though I don't think they're finished yet (it said the high score system wasn't working yet).
So, has some promise, and it's free, so no reason not to try it. Will be interesting to see where it goes.
Glad you are back and fixed some bug problems. Nice game to play.
Has potential. Not as a pure pinball
I liked the moon physics which gave a unique experience. This means the ball was slow and remained in the game longer. That may also be it's downfall. Since there is not a large board and with little to no scoring elements, the game play was dull. Another aspect I liked that seemed unique was the board shift as the ball got higher. This is where developers can improve upon to make for a fun game. If you build upon this by adding flippers higher where the screen moves, you will add an addicting aspect of gameplay that will have users wanting to explore higher. If it were my game, it would be a moon based game with space exploration at higher points. 3 stars for potential. No more than that for mediocre game play.
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