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* VideoMode: "Medieval Knights" features a sword fight between two knights.

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* VideoMode: "Medieval Knights" features a sword fight between two knights.knights.
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''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.

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''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes Creator/DigitalExtremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony UsefulNotes/PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.


''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.

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''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony PlayStation.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.



The [=PlayStation=] version was released via PlayStationNetwork in 2010.

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The [=PlayStation=] version was released via PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork in 2010.

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[[caption-width-right:350:It's not just Epic, it's ''Extreme!'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:It's not just Epic, [[VideoGame/EpicPinball Epic,]] it's ''Extreme!'']]


* Rock Fantasy
* Medieval Knights
* Urban Chaos
* Monkey Mayhem

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* Rock Fantasy
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* Medieval Knights
"Medieval Knights"
* Urban Chaos
"Urban Chaos"
* Monkey Mayhem
"Monkey Mayhem"


''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''Silverball'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.

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''Extreme Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for MS-DOS computers and the Sony PlayStation. It was the first game by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had previously created ''Silverball'' ''VideoGame/{{Silverball}}'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.


* ScoringPoints: That is the point behind playing a Pinball game.


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[[caption-width-right:350:It's not just Epic, it's ''Extreme!'']]



Compared to Epic Megagames' earlier pinball titles, ''Extreme Pinball'' featured higher-resolution graphics and taller playfields. Unfortunately, the game failed to catch on; players found the tables sparse and dull, and the dot-matrix display took up a fair amount of screen space, making the scrolling view claustrophobic as a result.

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Compared to Epic Megagames' earlier pinball titles, ''Extreme Pinball'' featured higher-resolution graphics and taller playfields. Unfortunately, the game failed to catch on; players found the tables sparse and dull, multiball locks the camera at the bottom of the playfield, and the dot-matrix display took up a fair amount of screen space, making the scrolling view claustrophobic as a result.
result. Worse, the table view lagged slightly behind the ball, making it easy to lose track of the game, and the floaty physics prevents catching or trapping it.



* SwordFight: Shown prominently on the playfield of "Medieval Knights".

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* SwordFight: Shown prominently on the playfield of "Medieval Knights".Knights", and used as the table's VideoMode.



* UnwillingSuspension: The heroine in "Monkey Mayhem" is hanging by a rope around her wrists over a pit of monkeys.

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* UnwillingSuspension: The heroine in "Monkey Mayhem" is hanging by a rope around her wrists over a pit of monkeys.monkeys.
* VideoMode: "Medieval Knights" features a sword fight between two knights.


''Extreme Pinball'' is a 1995 pinball video game published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created ''Silverball'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball'' in 1993. It was released via PlayStationNetwork in 2010.

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''Extreme Pinball'' is a 1995 [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game game]] developed by Digital Extremes and Creator/EpicMegagames, and published by Electronic Arts for DOS MS-DOS computers and the Sony PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created ''Silverball'' and ''VideoGame/EpicPinball'' in 1993. It was released via PlayStationNetwork in 2010.
''VideoGame/EpicPinball''.






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NeedsWikiMagicLove.Compared to Epic Megagames' earlier pinball titles, ''Extreme Pinball'' featured higher-resolution graphics and taller playfields. Unfortunately, the game failed to catch on; players found the tables sparse and dull, and the dot-matrix display took up a fair amount of screen space, making the scrolling view claustrophobic as a result.

The [=PlayStation=] version was released via PlayStationNetwork in 2010.



!!This VideoGame contains examples of:
* NoPlotNoProblem: This game does not have a plot. This game does not need one.
* {{Pinball}}: It says right there in the title.

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!!This VideoGame !!''Extreme Pinball'' contains examples of:
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* NoPlotNoProblem: This game does not have {{Dystopia}}: The city of "Urban Chaos", complete with wrecked cars and a plot. This game does not need one.
* {{Pinball}}: It says right there
ChalkOutline in the title.streets..
* ManiacMonkeys: The premise of "Monkey Mayhem".
* NoPlotNoProblem



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* SwordFight: Shown prominently on the playfield of "Medieval Knights".
* ThereAreNoGoodExecutives: A mild case appears in "Rock Fantasy", which shows a smiling Record Company executive chomping a cigar and holding out two handfuls of cash.
* UnwillingSuspension: The heroine in "Monkey Mayhem" is hanging by a rope around her wrists over a pit of monkeys.


''Extreme Pinball'' is a 1995 pinball video game published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created ''Silverball'' and ''Epic Pinball'' in 1993. It was released via PlayStation Network in 2010.

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''Extreme Pinball'' is a 1995 pinball video game published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created ''Silverball'' and ''Epic Pinball'' ''VideoGame/EpicPinball'' in 1993. It was released via PlayStation Network PlayStationNetwork in 2010.



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* NoPlotNoProblem: This game does not have a plot. This game does not need one.
* {{Pinball}}: It says right there in the title.
* ScoringPoints: That is the point behind playing a Pinball game.
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''Extreme Pinball'' is a 1995 pinball video game published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created ''Silverball'' and ''Epic Pinball'' in 1993. It was released via PlayStation Network in 2010.

The game has the following tables:

* Rock Fantasy
* Medieval Knights
* Urban Chaos
* Monkey Mayhem

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