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Played a lot with it by the way. I agree with Rowdy that it doesn't feel as good today as it did back then. Still love the cover art, so very much of those days.
I wasn't too hot about the colour scheme of the c64 version. Couldn't stand that s****y brown colour. Where those colours changable into different ones? Can't remember actually.
Bill how do the various versions compare? I remember the AppleII beeing quite similar if not identical.
The 1988 Pinball Blaster on the c64 looked much nicer although I am not sure it played better than PCS.
Pinball Power from 1989 by Mastertronic on the C64 even had some sort of 3D layout. But it did feature the same sh**y brown lightened up with a dab of orange on top.
Of course PCS was great because it allowed you to design your own limited pinball tables instead of only playing predefined ones.
Say Bill is the chapter only going to be about PCS or are you going to feature more Pinball games?
I remember the Revenge of the Gator Pinball game on the original gameboy being very good in my opinion. It had a good but after a while slightly annoying soundtrack and great game-physics, multiple table layers etc.
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