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A thirteenth table, "African Safari," was only available in the CD-ROM version. A stripped-down version of ''Epic Pinball Pack 3'' was included by Acer in their desktop [=PCs,=] omitting the "Cybergirl" table. A Spiritual Successor, ''VideoGame/ExtremePinball'', was released a few years later.

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A thirteenth table, "African Safari," was only available in the CD-ROM version. A stripped-down version of ''Epic Pinball Pack 3'' was included by Acer in their desktop [=PCs,=] omitting the "Cybergirl" "Cyborgirl" table. A Spiritual Successor, ''VideoGame/ExtremePinball'', was released a few years later.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Cyb'''o'''rgirl, not Cyb''e''rgirl.


** "Cybergirl"

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** "Cybergirl""Cyborgirl"



* {{Cyberspace}}: The premise of "Cybergirl".

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* {{Cyberspace}}: The premise of "Cybergirl"."Cyborgirl".


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* IntercourseWithYou: The background track for Cyborgirl includes some pretty pornographic-sounding moans and yelps.


''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'' 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.
PC. The first game was released in 1993.


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* {{Shareware}}{{Shareware}}: ''Android'' (and ''only'' that table; others will warn you on startup that they are ''not'' shareware) was released essentially for free, with order info in the manual on how to get the other tables.


In 2011, the game was partially remade as "Retro Pinball" by Fuse Powered Inc. for [[IOSGames Apple's [=iOS=] devices.]] It features updated versions of "Super Android," "Crash and Burn," and "Pangaea", handpicked by Schmalz himself.

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In 2011, the game was partially remade as "Retro Pinball" by Fuse Powered Inc. for [[IOSGames [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames Apple's [=iOS=] devices.]] It features updated versions of "Super Android," "Crash and Burn," and "Pangaea", handpicked by Schmalz himself.


* 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.


'''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.


* TheBigRace: "Crash and Burn" is about an IndyCar race.

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* TheBigRace: "Crash and Burn" is about an IndyCar UsefulNotes/IndyCar race.


'''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.


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.


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.

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* TopDownView


'''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.


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.

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