Good luck finding this at your local arcade.
On this wiki, "Digital Pinball Table" refers to a Pinball
game that exists only as software, usually running on Video Game Systems
or home computers. Many digital pinballs are characterized by their use of gadgets and gimmicks that cannot exist in a Real Life
pinball machine, such as monsters that wander the playfield, teleporting balls, or modes that abruptly change the rules of physics.
While many digital pinballs are created as side projects by video game developers, some companies have found fame doing nothing but digital pinballs. These include:
are a popular source of digital pinballs. Also see Physical Pinball Tables
and Licensed Pinball Tables
As new Works page are created for these games, please add them to the index on this page.
Digital pinball tables and games with their own pages:
Other notable digital pinball tables include:
- 3-D Ultra Pinball, a PC pinball series by Sierra that eschewed realism in favor of creating a unique PC pinball experience.
- 3-D Ultra Pinball: Creep Night
- 3-D Ultra Pinball: The Lost Continent
- 3-D Ultra NASCAR Pinball
- Angel Egg by LittleWing
- Crue Ball by Electronic Arts: Based on heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, Crue Ball was designed by pinball artist Mark Sprenger.
- Crystal Caliburn II
- David's Midnight Magic
- Fairy Tower by LittleWing
- Golden Logress by LittleWing
- Jinni Zeala by LittleWing
- Kirby's Pinball Land
- Looney Labyrinth by LittleWing
- Mad Daedalus by LittleWing
- Microsoft Pinball Arcade
- Monster Fair by LittleWing
- Pinball Quest for NES, a bizarre hybrid of pinball and an RPG
- Raster Blaster, the first pinball game for the Apple II
- Revenge of the 'Gator
- Silverball by Epic Games
- Sonic Pinball Party
- Super Pinball
- Tristan by LittleWing