“Creature in the Well is a top down pinball-inspired hack-and-slash dungeon crawler. As the last remaining BOT-C unit, venture deep into a desert mountain to restore power to an ancient facility, haunted by a desperate Creature.”
That’s right. Pinball as in “Pin Ball”. With a space in it, I think, maybe. For the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System.
Mark from Classic Game Room reviews Nintendo’s interpretation of Pin*Bot. See! I knew there were missiles in this game! Crazy, right? MISSILES, that try to destroy your flippers in Stage 3! That’s messed up, Pin*Bot.
Back in the day, I would use this to help me prepare for when I could go to the flea market or the arcade and play the real game.
It’s pinball up a skyscraper with a slot machine in the middle of it. Realism is not a concern at this point.
I remember playing this game. I even remember liking this game. Until I got stuck trying to hit the same boss over, and over and over again.
Here we have two players named BillyMC and LimePopsicle doing a Let’s Play on Pinball for the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. However, that’s not the special part. The special part is there are two other people commenting on top of the two Let’s Players.
bLiNd is a veteran producer and video game remixer. Producing remixes for over a decade for Overclocked Remix, NESterYears is bLiNd’s first full-length remix album, taking source from the original Nintendo Entertainment System.