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*FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: When you lose the ball during the Wild West table on the Mega Drive version the scene seems to depict your typical sunset, look to the right, notice something with a very familiar nose ''dangling from a rope and swaying in the breeze''?!?


* EyeOfNewt: In Trick or Treat you have to collect six ingredients (including TAIL of Newt) to activate “magic mayhem”.

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* EyeOfNewt: In Trick "Trick or Treat Treat" you have to collect six ingredients (including TAIL of Newt) to activate “magic mayhem”.



* NonindicativeName: You'll be forgiven if you were expecting ''Psycho Pinball'' to be an edgier, adult-oriented game than what it actually is.

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* NonindicativeName: NonIndicativeName: You'll be forgiven if you were expecting ''Psycho Pinball'' to be an edgier, adult-oriented game than what it actually is.


* BankRobbery: The Wild West naturally features one of these.



* EyeOfNewt: In Trick or Treat you have to collect six ingredients (including TAIL of Newt) to activate “magic mayhem”.



* HumanCannonBall: or Armadillo Cannonball; in "Psycho", whenever you shoot the Splash tent, the ball is launched back onto the table with great force while the screen below depicts Psycho getting fired out of a cannon.



* MiniGame: In addition to the {{Video Mode}}s, "Wild West", "The Abyss", and "Psycho" have full-screen minigames, but they differ according to the platform.

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* MiniGame: In addition to the {{Video Mode}}s, "Wild West", "Trick or Treat", "The Abyss", and "Psycho" have full-screen minigames, but they differ according to the platform.



*** "Trick or Treat" features "Escape the Crypt", where you have to memorize a pattern in which four coffins open and close, and then repeat it, and a game where you have to shoot ghosts that appear either left, middle or right of the screen.

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*** "Trick or Treat" features "Escape the Crypt", where you have to memorize a pattern in which four coffins open and close, and then repeat it, and "Spook Shoot", a game where you have to shoot ghosts that appear either left, middle or right of the screen.



*** "The Abyss" features "Blubber Belly", where the player stops a selector for a random prize, and a game that involves catching fish.

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*** "The Abyss" features "Blubber Belly", where the player stops a selector for a random prize, and "Fast Fishing", a game that involves catching fish.


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* WantedPoster: Wild West has one of Psycho the Armadillo, with the letters REWARD above his picture and the value of the jackpot below.


* FlyingBroomstick: A witch flying on a broomstick can be seen silhouetted against the moon in "Trick or Treat".

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* FlyingBroomstick: A witch flying on a broomstick can be seen silhouetted against the moon in "Trick or Treat". Spelling CAT activates a part of the table that features a flying broom, and grants you more and more points every time you manage to shoot it.



*** "Wild West" has "Dodge the Express", where Psycho must avoid a series of oncoming trains, and "Big Deal", a higher-or-lower card game.
*** "The Abyss" features "Blubber Belly", where the player stops a selector for a random prize.

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*** "Trick or Treat" features "Escape the Crypt", where you have to memorize a pattern in which four coffins open and close, and then repeat it, and a game where you have to shoot ghosts that appear either left, middle or right of the screen.
*** "Wild West" has "Dodge the Express", where Psycho must avoid a series of oncoming trains, and the casino which features either "Black Jack" or "Big Deal", a Deal" (a higher-or-lower card game.
game).
*** "The Abyss" features "Blubber Belly", where the player stops a selector for a random prize.prize, and a game that involves catching fish.



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''Psycho Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Creator/{{Codemasters}}. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive and UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s.

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''Psycho Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Creator/{{Codemasters}}. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive and UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s.



** In the MegaDrive version:

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** In the MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive version:



* TraintopBattle: Done in "Runaway Train", the "Wild West" VideoMode in the MegaDrive version.

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* TraintopBattle: Done in "Runaway Train", the "Wild West" VideoMode in the MegaDrive UsefulNotes/MegaDrive version.



* TheWildWest: "Wild West" takes place in TheThemeParkVersion of this, complete with a bank, jail, rodeo, and nearby gold mine.

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* TheWildWest: "Wild West" takes place in TheThemeParkVersion of this, complete with a bank, jail, rodeo, and nearby gold mine.mine.
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'''Psycho Pinball''' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Codemasters. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive and UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s.

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'''Psycho Pinball''' ''Psycho Pinball'' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Codemasters.Creator/{{Codemasters}}. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive and UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s.


'''Psycho Pinball''' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Codemasters. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive and {{IBM Personal Computer}}s.

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'''Psycho Pinball''' is a [[DigitalPinballTables pinball video game]] developed by Atoll Soft and published by Codemasters. It was released in 1994 in Europe and Australia for the Sega MegaDrive and {{IBM UsefulNotes/{{IBM Personal Computer}}s.

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*** "Wild West" has "Runaway Train", where Psycho has to run across the top to reach the locomotive, dodging various obstacles.

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*** "Wild West" has "Runaway Train", where Psycho has to [[TraintopBattle run across the top to reach the locomotive, locomotive]], dodging various obstacles.



* SpellingBonus: Each table has numerous spelling bonuses, such as C-A-T, S-P-O-O-K, and G-H-O-U-L for "Trick or Treat", R-E-W-A-R-D, G-U-N, and E-N-G-I-N-E on "Wild West", and W-R-E-C-K, L-A-V-A, and T-A-I-L in "The Abyss".

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* SpellingBonus: Each table has numerous spelling bonuses, such as C-A-T, S-P-O-O-K, and G-H-O-U-L for "Trick or Treat", R-E-W-A-R-D, G-U-N, and E-N-G-I-N-E on "Wild West", and W-R-E-C-K, L-A-V-A, L-A-V-A (at least it should be, but it always looks more like L-A-U-A - compare against the V of V-E-N-T-S), and T-A-I-L in "The Abyss".


** In "Wild West," the player plays a simple game of blackjack.

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** In "Wild West," the player plays a simple game of blackjack.blackjack (or, alternately, an even simpler game of hi-lo).


* SwallowedWhole[=/=]TooSpicyForYogSothoth: The "Whale's Belly" MiniGame; Psycho escapes by throwing crabs at the whale's ulcers.



* VideoMode: In addition to the full-screen {{Mini Game}}s, each table has a VideoMode similar to those of PhysicalPinballTables.

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* VideoMode: In addition to the full-screen {{Mini Game}}s, each table has a VideoMode similar to those of PhysicalPinballTables.VideoMode:

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* UnderTheSea: "The Abyss" table takes place entirely underwater.

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* ButtonMashing: Done in the "Strong Arm" MiniGame of the DOS version.


* HauntedHouse: One appears in the top of "Trick or Treat"; entering it enables extra bonuses.

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* HauntedHouse: One appears in on the top of "Trick or Treat"; entering it enables extra bonuses.Treat" table as an elevated playfield.

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