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Old 11 June 2001, 08:12   #7
Tim Janssen
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Location: Den Bosch / The Netherlands
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Thumbs up Pinball Dreams gets my vote

I prefer Pinball Dreams despite its 'limitations'. It does not have multiball, multiflipper or a wacky scoreboard but it was the first of the multiple-screen pinball games on Amiga.
I remember it as the day of yesterday when I first played this game. -I thought I was in heaven. Dreams was the first electronic pinball game I ever played and nothing can ever match this experience.
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