3-D Ultra Pinball (first pinball from Sierra series)
Published by: Sierra
Developed by: Sierra
Release Date: June 15, 1995
Local Play: 4 Versus
ESRB Rating: E for Animated Violence
The original game, released in 1995, is based on the space simulation
game Outpost. There are three tables (Colony, Command Center, and Mine),
each with a set of five challenges. Each table features smaller
"mini-tables" with its own set of flippers. The overall goal is to build
and launch a starship. This isn't just pinball.
It's pinball in outer space! Going well beyond the regular old bells,
bumpers, and flippers, 3D ULTRA PINBALL challenges to build deep space
colonies and launch starships successfully. Of course, you’ll do all of
this by keeping your ball in play and hitting a series of tremendously
creative targets. Additionally, you’ll find crazy obstacles like dozers,
comets, and stars to watch out for. See if you can score big points with
multi-ball mayhem or earn an extra life with super-smart play.
IBM Compatible 486 PC, Windows 95/98/XP
8 Meg Ram, Windows compatible sound card
Unrar and burn all folder content (files only not folder) on CD.
Start installation process with autorun.exe, CD must be in device
Sierra developed 3D Pinball to take full advantage of Windows 95.
All you have to do is insert the CD in your CDROM Drive and
everything else is cruise controlled. Windows 95 recognizes that
the CD has been inserted and asks you if you want to install it.
Once the installation is complete, Windows 95 will recognize when
you insert the 3D Pinball and ask you if you want to play.