1st Person Pinball
DOS - 1989
Also available on: Amiga
Description of 1st Person Pinball
First Person Pinball is a solid but little-known early pinball game from Tynesoft. Although there is only one table, the game's highlight lies in the ability for up to four players to compete for the high score table, good EGA graphics, and reasonable ball mechanics.
Overall, a nice little early pinball title that looks great and plays well, although not in the same league as ERE's Macadam Bumper in terms of table design: the First Person Pinball table is quite generic. Great for the sake of completing pinball fans' collection, but doesn't really offer a lot of play value compared to other games.
Review By HOTUD
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DH 2014-11-11 0 point DOS version
Nice idea, but...
The music is awful. As for the gameplay, welcome to button-mash city, where chance governs whether or not the paddles connect with the ball. Not a good game, but points for at least trying. 12%
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