Eight Ball Deluxe
Recreating the magic of former Pinball games, Eight Ball Deluxe is the second edition to the first successful venture of the creators. The game is loosely based on the popular Bally Midway Pinball machine by the same name.
The plot is simple and not much complex to understand. The game consists of two targets namely the billiard balls and other sets of bonus targets. The billiard balls are in the set of 1-7 and 9-15. It has added four more in line for earning a bonus. Behind each of the 1-7 drop, targets exist standup targets which spell the word 'Deluxe'. As and when the player spells out the last letter of 'Deluxe' he gets three free games to try out again.
The gamer has the advantage of changing the voltage levels, making the action slower or faster as well as changing the playing field. In addition to this, the player is advantaged by yet another feature of magnet ball. The magnet ball can be used by the user to drag any ball using the mouse as a control in and around the playing field for scoring and creating strategies.
Combined with realistic sound effects, good conceptualization and amazing graphics Eight Ball Deluxe doesn’t fail in recreating the magic of pinball games. Even after the game ends, it will surely not leave the senses of gamer.
"Plain and Simple Systems," which developed the 1992 game Maelstrom that was then published by Merit Software. Mark Vange was their director.
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