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SlamIt Pinball Big Score

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Big Score is based around a classic story of police vs. criminals in a fight for a big score. The fantastic action will leave you breathless and will pump-up your adrenaline while you are rescuing your ball, trying to hit that last glowing target.

Big Score can be played by four players, where you will be able to steal points and achievements from your playing partners.

You will have to: risk a lot, airball a lot, save balls from jail, rush them across the bridge, break the safe code, play video modes, be precise and be quick if you plan to reach the final score.

12 modes and 8 mini-modes will guide you through the intense story where you will prepare, practice, steal, fight, chase, break-in, arrest, run and finally try to make your one chance for a Big Score.

  • Big Score extra features - cover game elements not present in regular modes and mini-modes.
  • Multiball - a 3 ball play where your goal is to score Jackpot and Super Jackpot. These tasks are not easy as you need to hit the safe with an airball over the small ramp.
  • Two Ball - a 2 ball play where your goal is to gather jackpots and superjackpots.
  • BigScore letters - you are collecting letters which lead to special Big Score bonus and special bonus play mode.
  • Wheel - by rotating the wheel in the requested direction you are progressing to special awards.
  • Bank awards - when you insert the ball into the bank you receive random bank awards.
  • Skill shots -when launching the ball you can make multiple skill shots.
  • Combos - Hitting special targets a few times in a row brings extra combo points.
  • Secret features - Yes, there are many secret features!
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Developer
Technetium Games
Publisher
Kalypso Media, Technetium Games
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.slamitpinball.com/home.htm

System requirements for PC

  • Supported OS: Microsoft Windows® XP/Vista
  • Processor: Pentium 4
  • System Memory: 512MB
  • Video Card: GeForceFX5900
  • Sound Card: Direct X compatible sound card
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 9
  • Hard Disk: 200MB
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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SlamIt Pinball Big Score reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Don't spoil your money by buying this game. It just doesn't work. Since I bought it in 2009, I have never managed to make it work even once. This game is completely bugged and is no longer supported by developers. It is a real scandal that STEAM continues to sell this game while it does not work.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Slamit Pinball" is actually a pretty great Pinball that has remained conurrdao for a long time, but is now probably surpassed by "Pinball Arcade." Why all the negative Reviews are probably due to the technical Problems, because without Granting the Administrative Rights for the .exe, the Game is not controllable. Anyone who has solved this Problem with himself will find a pretty good Flipper in itself, which in itself brings Joy.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
The game works with the patch 1.2 see topic of discussion.. of course I had to be able to install it as I wanted. Windows 10, I7, AMD fury... and Xbox360 controller with a crazy vibration and a camera action tracking. an action music and a table with a terrible game... It's true that if we could improve.. The finalize make it to taste 2017 without touching its gaming which it is a marvel all the world would be satisfied... brief! I have fun with and very well, the atmosphere is the.. August 2017 without regret to have to pay it at its fair price.. This is not a crappy Pinball.. satisfied that this table is available and is not in oblivion....
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Microsoft from French
A game that simply does not work or rather who is looking for an identity. When we want to change the keys, we have a fabulous return to the Office. Not cool, but since we've invested money in this thing, we say we're going to try a game without altering the keys. Bad idea for two reasons:-nowhere does it indicate which key is such an action. Not great what, it does not make sense that we are playing the game because, for now, we met only problems (OK, only one but good)...-the display is not centered, that is, you do not see the Pinball. We see the scoreboard but not the table. So we can not play since the game takes place outside the display areas. Already we have to guess the keys, without the picture it is even more complicated. That said, pressing a little everywhere on the keyboard (thinking that it will fix things or out of spite, it is according), we hear that we trigger stuff... that we'll be naming weird noises. Conclusion: a "game" is paid, the practical purpose of which is to randomly press the keyboard to trigger sound effects (not great at all). So the description is to be revisited: it is not a game of Pinball but a game of rhythms without goals completely lame.
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