It’s a full lap of the game’s adventures, which means massive SPOILER ALERT if you care about that sort of thing.
Silver Castle Pinball couldn’t possibly make a real version of this game. Could they? It would need to have some way to store those contraptions underneath the table. I am just going to stop imagining and continue waiting for timeshock!
Anyway, check out that digital software Color DMD, and the quirky music. I dig the music on this game because it’s so … whatever that is. Have you ever lost a ball with such musical stylishness? Yes, I have listened to the soundtrack of this game in my car along with all of the other Pro Pinball games.
Video by pinballwiz45b, who I think we can call a master of digital pinball at this point.
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