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17th Nov '15 10:26:14 AM Morgenthaler
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16th Nov '15 2:13:59 PM Morgenthaler
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17th Oct '14 11:06:46 AM rexpensive
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''Video Pinball'' is a series of DigitalPinballTables released by {{Atari}} between 1977 and 1980.
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''Video Pinball'' is a series of DigitalPinballTables released by {{Atari}} Creator/{{Atari}} between 1977 and 1980.

The final version was a game cartridge released in 1980 for the {{Atari 2600}}, and was programmed by Bob Smith. It featured simplistic simulations of a pinball machine's plunger, flippers, bumpers, and rollovers. A "nudge" feature allowed players to change the ball's movement with the joystick, but excessive movement would "tilt" the machine. This game is now available on XboxLiveArcade, as well as Code Mystics' ''Atari's Greatest Hits'' collection.
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The final version was a game cartridge released in 1980 for the {{Atari UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and was programmed by Bob Smith. It featured simplistic simulations of a pinball machine's plunger, flippers, bumpers, and rollovers. A "nudge" feature allowed players to change the ball's movement with the joystick, but excessive movement would "tilt" the machine. This game is now available on XboxLiveArcade, as well as Code Mystics' ''Atari's Greatest Hits'' collection.
19th Jul '13 11:00:51 PM rjung
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The second version of "Video Pinball" was a dedicated home video console. It played four versions of pinball, as well as two versions of ''{{Breakout}}'' and a paddle-based basketball game. An OEM version of the system was produced for Sears' Tele-Games label, under the name "Pinball Breakaway." The final version was a game cartridge released in 1980 for the Atari2600, and programmed by Bob Smith. It featured simplistic simulations of a pinball machine's plunger, flippers, bumpers, and rollovers. A "nudge" feature allowed players to change the ball's movement with the joystick, but excessive movement would "tilt" the machine. This game is now available on XboxLiveArcade, as well as Code Mystics' ''Atari's Greatest Hits'' collection.
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The second version of "Video Pinball" ''Video Pinball'' was a dedicated home video console. It played four versions of pinball, as well as two versions of ''{{Breakout}}'' and a paddle-based basketball game. An OEM version of the system was produced for Sears' Tele-Games label, under the name "Pinball Breakaway." The final version was a game cartridge released in 1980 for the Atari2600, {{Atari 2600}}, and was programmed by Bob Smith. It featured simplistic simulations of a pinball machine's plunger, flippers, bumpers, and rollovers. A "nudge" feature allowed players to change the ball's movement with the joystick, but excessive movement would "tilt" the machine. This game is now available on XboxLiveArcade, as well as Code Mystics' ''Atari's Greatest Hits'' collection.
19th Jul '13 9:52:59 PM rjung
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''Video Pinball'' is a series of three games released by {{Atari}} between 1977 and 1980. The third version (for the {{Atari 2600}}) is now available on XboxLiveArcade. The first version was on a dedicated console, similar to the ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}'' machines of the time. It also had a basketball game and ''{{Breakout}}''. The second was an ArcadeGame, complete with flashing lights. The third was the 2600 version. Each game gave you control over the ball shooter and flippers. The arcade and 2600 versions also had a nudge feature, similar to tilting a real pinball table. Ball physics were fairly realistic.
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/atari-video-pinball_3436.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300:The arcade version of ''Video Pinball'', with superimposed graphics.]] ''Video Pinball'' is a series of three games DigitalPinballTables released by {{Atari}} between 1977 and 1980. 1980. The third original ''Video Pinball'' was an upright arcade cabinet. A mirror reflected video images of the pinball, flippers, and targets over a printed background. Pushing down on the control panel simulated a nudge on screen, and up to four players could play at once. The second version (for of "Video Pinball" was a dedicated home video console. It played four versions of pinball, as well as two versions of ''{{Breakout}}'' and a paddle-based basketball game. An OEM version of the {{Atari 2600}}) system was produced for Sears' Tele-Games label, under the name "Pinball Breakaway." The final version was a game cartridge released in 1980 for the Atari2600, and programmed by Bob Smith. It featured simplistic simulations of a pinball machine's plunger, flippers, bumpers, and rollovers. A "nudge" feature allowed players to change the ball's movement with the joystick, but excessive movement would "tilt" the machine. This game is now available on XboxLiveArcade. The first version was on a dedicated console, similar to the ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}'' machines of the time. It also had a basketball game and ''{{Breakout}}''. The second was an ArcadeGame, complete with flashing lights. The third was the 2600 version. Each game gave you control over the ball shooter and flippers. The arcade and 2600 versions also had a nudge feature, similar to tilting a real pinball table. Ball physics were fairly realistic.XboxLiveArcade, as well as Code Mystics' ''Atari's Greatest Hits'' collection.

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!!''Video !!The various versions of ''Video Pinball'' provides examples of:
30th Oct '12 3:55:22 AM Antwan
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The first version was on a dedicated console, similar to the ''{{Pong}}'' machines of the time. It also had a basketball game and ''{{Breakout}}''. The second was an ArcadeGame, complete with flashing lights. The third was the 2600 version. Each game gave you control over the ball shooter and flippers. The arcade and 2600 versions also had a nudge feature, similar to tilting a real pinball table. Ball physics were fairly realistic.
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The first version was on a dedicated console, similar to the ''{{Pong}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Pong}}'' machines of the time. It also had a basketball game and ''{{Breakout}}''. The second was an ArcadeGame, complete with flashing lights. The third was the 2600 version. Each game gave you control over the ball shooter and flippers. The arcade and 2600 versions also had a nudge feature, similar to tilting a real pinball table. Ball physics were fairly realistic. ----
5th Jun '12 8:37:21 PM DarkConfidant
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