Way back in 1992, when Digital Illusions CE released their hit pinball game Pinball Dreams, it was heralded as the most realistic, well-designed pinball game ever made. Its realism and attention to detail were rewarded when it made the top selling games list for the Amiga.
It had four tables for you to get flipper happy [...]

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When the Pinball Dreams, Fantasies and Illusions trilogy first appeared on the Amiga in the early- to- mid-1990s, they seemed almost magical to me at the time, and to this day they’re still some of my favourite Amiga games. They always seemed so vibrant, so much like a real solid table – you could almost [...]

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There were two games I played a lot of on my friends Amiga when I was a kid. Silkworm and Pinball Dreams. When I saw that the sequel to Pinball Dreams was on the PSP I snapped it up immediately hoping it would some-how bring out the rose-tinted gamer in me.
I was right. Immediately upon [...]

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