A fun pinball game, endless can be broken with unbeatable levels but the campaign is solid and enjoyable
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Another joyful sokpop game. Pinball yourself out of a volcano.
I’ve had this game for a number of years now and even though I take breaks from it, I always find myself coming back to it. It’s a very nice diversion and quite a challenge at that. Many different things to discover on the table.
A basic pinball game it may be, but it is mighty in the enjoyment category. The game has two modes, a classic which basically is a “day mode” and also a night mode. There are many different ways to score, running over jewels, hitting drop targets and pine trees, a pong type of area, collecting mega jewels and making it to the castle at the top of the table via a circular power up lane.
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I tend to have high standards. But I also have low expectations, so I can be pleasantly surprised occasionally.
I didn’t expect much of Snowball! from looking at the store page. It looked like a simplistic little flash game (yes, it is flash), but, hey, it’s pinball, so I bought it anyway.
Turns out, it’s actually excellent!
There’s only one “table”, but it’s quite expansive (camera scrolls up and down), and the mechanics are surprisingly deep.
Basically, you collect jewels, which disappear as you roll over them with a snowball. There are also targets that disappear when you hit them. There are teleporter holes, gates (one that you can control), multiple launchers, multiple flippers, multiple multiball sources (one based on locks, and a quick one for hitting snowmen). Many trees that serve as bumpers. There’s a little breakout game in one of the mini-playfields. There are tesla coil magnets you can control to make the ball orbit around them. There’s an igloo and a castle. There are big fans you can control. There’s a little triangular bumper you can raise. There are acceleration lanes. There are score multipliers and streaks. Some targets and jewels appear when you do certain things. Mini-jewels respawn (as a different color) when you collect enough of them (it takes more each time). Megajewels respawn too if you manage to collect them all (not easy!) You can nudge (but it costs points). And probably something I’m forgetting.
Fun game - a cross between breakout and pinball. Gunbarich has responsive controls and colorful gameplay. The pre-2000s Japanese-to-English mis-translations are a chuckle-and-a-half. “If you hamper me, I’ll compete with you!” Classic…
Most of the issues reported seemed to be worked out. I don’t know if this one is an issue, but I can’t get the “clear stage without items” achievement. If anyone else has a clue, please send me a message.
Summary Rating: 8
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A decent port so far of a good brick breaker type game except the game’s all in Japanese with no way to change it from what I’ve tried despite the store page showing English text. I’ll recommend this game if they fix this.
Update: I found a way to change the language, I’ll copy-paste it here:
Here’s how to change it to English (assuming you’re using a controller):
Start the game then when the title screen appears, press Start.
Go to the 3rd option down (Game Settings). Press A.
Go to the 6th option down (Language-2 kanji characters on the left). Press Right ONCE. Go down to the bottom option (Back) and press A to go back. A second prompt will appear. Press A. This will save your changes. You will return to the title screen.
Yoku’s Island Express
WOW! Just “WOW”. This reviewer rarely plays big games, and frequently doesn’t have an overwhelmingly favorable opinion of platformers. But somehow the synergy of it all (especially the incredibly successful risk of heavily integrating pinball), along with an interesting puzzle aspect created some kinda Big Magic with “Yoku’s Island Express”.
There are plenty of good reviews available, so this review will attempt to focus on what this reviewer knows best – Yoku’s Island Express’s (YIE) pinball aspect. Is this really pinball? Yes…and no. (I’ve been playing pinball off and on for over fifty years, and have served as a moderator on one of Steam’s more successful pinball game’s discussion forums, just as background.)
Yoku’s Island Express
A provocative and thoughtful combination of well-known gaming mechanics as we all know can make for some seriously entertaining and popular new prospects, and Yoku’s Island Express really takes the cake when it comes to a profound and creative hybrid of genres.
A brave and unique potpourri of gameplay mechanics featuring the quick reflexive action of tight-knit and well designed pinball tables spread throughout an expansive and gorgeous platforming journey with the deep exploration of a Metroidvania, this is not only a long-overdue experiment of combined mechanics but a really well executed one!
TL;DR : This is a simple platformer game with 70 levels in total. The content it holds is worth it’s price. If you want to relax and attempt some easy puzzle+platforming, this game might be the right choice.
Difficulty at beginning looks like the game was made for toddlers, until level 60+ the difficulty spikes up a lot, mostly due to wacky movements and grapple hook physics.
One of the few things I dislike is the movement. You are a bouncy ball that constantly bounce up and down while you move, however when you bounced into mid-air, jump input will get eaten, the problem worsen when you are on a moving platform where you can’t even time the bounces because they became inconsistent.
Given the size and graphics requirement, this is probably a bitcoin miner.
If it isn’t… I’m not sure why it exist. It’s not a very good game (and because I collected stars in groups of 3, I skipped over 100 and have locked myself out of that achievement permanently…)
SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball
Overall, I was pretty surprised with this game. I’ve played more than a few pinball games owning over half of all the games available on the PS4 version of Pinball Arcade, and I’m generally pretty picky abut which ones I play. As far as the gameplay goes, Peach Ball is actually very solid. The two currently available tables are fast paced, have a good variety of mechanics, and have features that set both games apart from each other. On top of that, they’re both very colorful (though the “night” version of Peach Land can actually make certain ball patterns harder to see, especially when it darkens even more during Fever Time) and make good use of the fact that this is a virtual pinball game allowing for some creative mini-games that wouldn’t be possible in a traditional mechanical cabinet. Honestly, if you like pinball, you’ll probably find yourself sucked into both games for a good while. My biggest gripe with the game is the complete and utter lack of an online leaderboard. How this isn’t in the game is beyond me. For a game in which a high score is the only true goal, this is an extremely standard feature.
EDITED TO ADD ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
I bought this game because it’s pinball. I’m now aware that it’s part of a long running series of games, each apparently in a different genre. There’s also an anime series, but I’ve never seen it.
As a video pinball game it’s good, with two different tables. The first you can play in Day, Evening, or Night. The second table can be played during different seasons. There are 5 playable characters that you can play as, or you can select random and leave which character you play up to chance. Each table has a Local Leaderboard. Also, each of the 5 Story Mode Stages has it’s own High Scores board as well. You can select Letters, Numbers, and Symbols.
This is the best new Arknoidoidish game Eva!
They take over the railing system in Ordinem.
Your objective is simple: match the ware to the right colors.
Manage one or more rails and match the ware to the right colors. Remember: no ware should pass and matching the wrong color means losing score. Your objective is simple but tough. You can use the rails with button  to . It’s only important that the right color is moved over the right field and you push the right button at the right time. If the wrong color should pass, not a problem, you have three lives. If three wrong ware are collected, it’s game over and you collect your score.
Hint: Don’t complicate things, three rails can be confusing. Keep an eye on the whole map and work foresighted.
You can unlock new maps with points, that get more difficult and represent new situations. If the standard modes are too easy, try the modes [Inverted Ways] or [Random Maps], where the normal rules don’t apply.
Nothing beats the crowd cheering while you’re crashing the game
football girl will be online soon
How much gift can I marry a wife? What do you think?
This is a story about ordinary men who need to find jobs, make money, challenge intellectual barriers, become winners in life, and reach the pinnacle of life, take out a gift, and marry Bai Fumei for women.
You can challenge 20 interesting and peculiar levels at will
How to play:
This is a line drawing game. Use the physics engine to bypass the maze and let the football score a goal. Excellent physics engine calculations.
This is a small pinball, 2 tables and it’s very cheap, so your expectation should be modified based on that. At the moment of this writing the game had all negative reviews which IMO are not fair.
Easy on the eye, not too much lights and effect so you can play without
You can only see the high-score at the end of the game having it visible all the time would be much nicer
Following missions is difficult, but maybe I am not yet familiar enough with the game, and this is an issue for most of the pinball I played (real or software)
Released: April 16, 2019
This is a very frustrating game to play. There are only two tables, “Day of Dead” and “Octopus Island.” These two tables are an asset swap from the Pinball Creator asset package. My understanding is that these were the 2 Demo tables from that package.
Although the graphics aren’t all that good, they are the best thing about this game. The music and sound effects are bare bones affairs. The music, in fact, gets on my nerves.
Left Flippers = S