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A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and [=CD32=], with versions later ported to the UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, UsefulNotes/SuperNES, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, UsefulNotes/AtariJaguar, and UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}}. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames iOS devices]] and UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).

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A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and [=CD32=], with versions later ported to the UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, UsefulNotes/SuperNES, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, UsefulNotes/AtariJaguar, and UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}}. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS devices]] and UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).

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* CaptainErsatz: No, that's ''[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial totally]]'' not [[Anime/{{Appleseed}} Briareos and Deunan]] on the ''Law 'n Justice'' board of ''Pinball Illusions''.


* NeverSayDie: Averted. "Nightmare" has D-I-E rollovers.


* {{Bowdlerise}}: The SuperNES version of "Nightmare" removed the crosses from the tombstones.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The SuperNES UsefulNotes/SuperNES version of "Nightmare" removed the crosses from the tombstones.

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* GameShowWinningsCap: Averted with "Billion Dollar Gameshow". Even if you win the maximum prize -[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOntheTin one billion dollars]], er, points-, you can continue playing as long as you've balls remaining.


In 2002, Ubisoft released ''Pinball Challenge Deluxe'' for the Nintendo GameBoyAdvance, a collection of of all eight tables from ''Pinball Dreams'' and ''Pinball Fantasies.''

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In 2002, Ubisoft released ''Pinball Challenge Deluxe'' for the Nintendo GameBoyAdvance, UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, a collection of of all eight tables from ''Pinball Dreams'' and ''Pinball Fantasies.''


A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and [=CD32=], with versions later ported to the UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo, Nintendo UsefulNotes/GameBoy, UsefulNotes/AtariJaguar, and UsefulNotes/SonyPlayStation. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames iOS devices]] and UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).

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A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and [=CD32=], with versions later ported to the UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo, Nintendo UsefulNotes/SuperNES, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, UsefulNotes/AtariJaguar, and UsefulNotes/SonyPlayStation.UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}}. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames iOS devices]] and UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).



* {{Bowdlerise}}: The SuperNintendo version of "Nightmare" removed the crosses from the tombstones.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The SuperNintendo SuperNES version of "Nightmare" removed the crosses from the tombstones.



* RepetitiveName: The Super Nintendo version of ''Pinball Dreams'' was published in Japan under the name "Pinball Pinball".

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* RepetitiveName: The Super Nintendo NES version of ''Pinball Dreams'' was published in Japan under the name "Pinball Pinball".


* "The Vikings" (PC CD only)

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* "The Vikings" (PC CD (CD-ROM and ports only)



The game was later ported to the SegaSaturn and SonyPlayStation as ''True Pinball'', with all four tables and a pseudo-3D perspective.

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The game was later ported to the SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/PlayStation and SonyPlayStation UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn as ''True Pinball'', with all four tables and a pseudo-3D perspective.


* ChristmasRushed: The original Amiga version of ''Pinball Fantasies'' was rushed to be released before the 1992 Christmas shopping season, as evident by numerous bugs in the game. They were fixed in the PC version and subsequent ports.


The first game in the series is '''''Pinball Dreams'''''. It was originally released in March 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, but proved to be a runaway hit, resulting in versions being released on UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, and Creator/{{Sega}} UsefulNotes/GameGear.

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The first game in the series is '''''Pinball Dreams'''''. It was originally released in March 1992 for the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, but proved to be a runaway hit, resulting in versions being released on UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, and Creator/{{Sega}} UsefulNotes/GameGear.


'''''Pinball Illusions''''' was the third game in the series, and was released in 1995 for the {{Amiga}}. A port for the IBMPersonalComputer (on floppy disk and CD-ROM) came out a year later, with "The Vikings" included on the CD-ROM version.

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'''''Pinball Illusions''''' was the third game in the series, and was released in 1995 for the {{Amiga}}. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. A port for the IBMPersonalComputer UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer (on floppy disk and CD-ROM) came out a year later, with "The Vikings" included on the CD-ROM version.


''Pinball Dreams'' is the name for a series of [[DigitalPinballTables digital pinball games]] originally written for the Commodore {{Amiga}}. Published by 21st Century Entertainment, they were developed by DICE (Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment), an Amiga {{Demoscene}} team who later went on to create ''VideoGame/MirrorsEdge'' and the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series.

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''Pinball Dreams'' is the name for a series of [[DigitalPinballTables digital pinball games]] originally written for the Commodore {{Amiga}}.UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. Published by 21st Century Entertainment, they were developed by DICE (Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment), an Amiga {{Demoscene}} team who later went on to create ''VideoGame/MirrorsEdge'' and the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series.



The first game in the series is '''''Pinball Dreams'''''. It was originally released in March 1992 for the {{Amiga}}, but proved to be a runaway hit, resulting in versions being released on {{IBM Personal Computer}}s, the GameBoyAdvance, and Creator/{{Sega}} GameGear.

It has subsequently been ported to PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/MacOS X and [[IOSGames iOS devices]] by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Dreams" and "Pinball Dreams HD" (using a three-quarters view).

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The first game in the series is '''''Pinball Dreams'''''. It was originally released in March 1992 for the {{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, but proved to be a runaway hit, resulting in versions being released on {{IBM UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, the GameBoyAdvance, UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, and Creator/{{Sega}} GameGear.

UsefulNotes/GameGear.

It has subsequently been ported to PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/MacOS X and [[IOSGames [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS devices]] by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Dreams" and "Pinball Dreams HD" (using a three-quarters view).



In 1995, ''Pinball Dreams 2'' was released by 21st Century Entertainment. It was developed by Spidersoft (who did the IBMPersonalComputer ports) and was only available for the IBM PC.

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In 1995, ''Pinball Dreams 2'' was released by 21st Century Entertainment. It was developed by Spidersoft (who did the IBMPersonalComputer UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer ports) and was only available for the IBM PC.


A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the {{Amiga}} and CD32, with versions later ported to the {{IBM Personal Computer}}s, SuperNintendo, Nintendo GameBoy, AtariJaguar, and SonyPlayStation. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames iOS devices]] and PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).

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A sequel, '''''Pinball Fantasies''''', came out in December of the same year. It was originally released in late 1992 for the {{Amiga}} UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and CD32, [=CD32=], with versions later ported to the {{IBM UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s, SuperNintendo, UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo, Nintendo GameBoy, AtariJaguar, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, UsefulNotes/AtariJaguar, and SonyPlayStation. UsefulNotes/SonyPlayStation. It has subsequently been ported to [[IOSGames iOS devices]] and PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork by Cowboy Rodeo as both "Pinball Fantasies" and "Pinball Fantasies HD" (using a three-quarters view).


''Pinball Dreams'' is the name for a series of [[DigitalPinballTables digital pinball games]] originally written for the Commodore {{Amiga}}. They were developed by DICE (Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment), an Amiga {{Demoscene}} team who later went on to create ''VideoGame/MirrorsEdge'' and the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series.

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''Pinball Dreams'' is the name for a series of [[DigitalPinballTables digital pinball games]] originally written for the Commodore {{Amiga}}. They Published by 21st Century Entertainment, they were developed by DICE (Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment), an Amiga {{Demoscene}} team who later went on to create ''VideoGame/MirrorsEdge'' and the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series.

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