History VideoGame / EpicPinball

21st Dec '17 9:31:02 PM wingedcatgirl
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* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: "[[AC:This game is not shareware. Please do not distribute!]]"

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* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: "[[AC:This game is not shareware. Please do not distribute!]]"distribute!]]" Despite the warning, standalone installers for at least ''Crash and Burn'', ''Deep Sea'', and ''Enigma'' were distributed illegally in shareware bundles.
2nd Feb '17 4:06:22 PM Xtifr
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'''Epic Pinball''' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from [[Creator/EpicGames Epic Megagames]]. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.

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'''Epic Pinball''' ''Epic Pinball'' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from [[Creator/EpicGames Epic Megagames]]. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.
20th Jun '15 6:03:42 PM nombretomado
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* TheBigRace: "Crash and Burn" is about an IndyCar race.

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* TheBigRace: "Crash and Burn" is about an IndyCar UsefulNotes/IndyCar race.
24th May '15 5:57:30 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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'''Epic Pinball''' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from [[Creator/EpicGames Epic Megagames]]. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.

As with ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'', James Schmalz created ''Epic Pinball'' to counter the success of ''VideoGame/PinballDreams'' by using assembly language to make full use of the IBMPersonalComputer hardware. Similar to ''Dreams,'' the games were played from a top-down view, either with the entire table visible at once or with a scrolling playfield two screens tall.

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'''Epic Pinball''' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[IBMPersonalComputer [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from [[Creator/EpicGames Epic Megagames]]. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.

As with ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'', James Schmalz created ''Epic Pinball'' to counter the success of ''VideoGame/PinballDreams'' by using assembly language to make full use of the IBMPersonalComputer UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer hardware. Similar to ''Dreams,'' the games were played from a top-down view, either with the entire table visible at once or with a scrolling playfield two screens tall.
22nd Oct '14 9:47:34 AM Korodzik
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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the {{Shareware}} and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in UsefulNote/{{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.

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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the {{Shareware}} and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in UsefulNote/{{MOD}} UsefulNotes/{{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.
22nd Oct '14 5:34:56 AM Korodzik
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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the {{Shareware}} and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in {{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.

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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the {{Shareware}} and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in {{MOD}} UsefulNote/{{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.
7th Sep '14 6:03:14 PM rjung
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21st May '14 11:15:18 AM thevisualboy37
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'''Epic Pinball''' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from Creator/EpicMegagames. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.

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'''Epic Pinball''' is a series of DigitalPinballTables for [[IBMPersonalComputer MS-DOS computers]] from Creator/EpicMegagames.[[Creator/EpicGames Epic Megagames]]. Released both on CD-ROM and a series of floppy disks, they are noted for being one of the last commercial games written entirely in assembly language, making for very faster and fluid action even on a modest PC.
15th Mar '14 3:33:19 PM rjung
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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the shareware and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in {{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.

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The first table, "Android", was available for free in the shareware {{Shareware}} and original retail versions; paying for the game allowed users to unlock other tables. The series featured an all-digital soundtrack in {{MOD}} format and thirteen tables all together.
11th Mar '14 8:33:09 AM rjung
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As with ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'', James Schmalz and Digital Extremes created ''Epic Pinball'' to counter the success of ''VideoGame/PinballDreams'' by using assembly language to make full use of the IBMPersonalComputer hardware. Similar to ''Dreams,'' the games were played from a top-down view, either with the entire table visible at once or with a scrolling playfield two screens tall.

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As with ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'', James Schmalz and Digital Extremes created ''Epic Pinball'' to counter the success of ''VideoGame/PinballDreams'' by using assembly language to make full use of the IBMPersonalComputer hardware. Similar to ''Dreams,'' the games were played from a top-down view, either with the entire table visible at once or with a scrolling playfield two screens tall.
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