Pinball

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Pinball
Pinball NES Box Art.jpg
North American box art
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date(s) Japan February 2, 1984
United States of America October 18, 1985
Europe September 1, 1986
Genre(s) Pinball

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Pinball is a pinball game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1984 that can be played in Doubutsu no Mori, Animal Crossing, and Doubutsu no Mori e+ by interacting with the Pinball item.

Gameplay[edit]

The pinball table

Pinball is a game where the player controls the paddles of a virtual pinball machine. The game has two screens to represent the traditional pinball table and one for a bonus mode. Play begins when the player launches a ball with the plunger from the first screen—the bottom of the pinball table—through the top of the screen to the second screen. Play will move to the first screen if the ball falls through the bottom of the top screen and will return to the top screen if the ball is hit back through the space at the top of the first screen. The player controls the flippers on either screen to deflect the ball to keep it from falling off the bottom of the lower screen, and hopefully score points by hitting targets, bumpers, and other features.

Pinball also has a secondary Breakout-like mode, which the player reaches by hitting the ball into a bonus hole that takes the player to a bonus stage where they control Mario carrying a platform. The object of this mode is to rescue Pauline (previously seen in Donkey Kong). The player achieves this by bouncing the ball off Mario's platform and passing through colored lights (there are twelve of these, arranged in three columns of four). Each time the ball passes through a light, it changes color. If the player manages to get an entire column to be all the same color, the platform directly above that column will shrink. Eventually, if this is repeated, Pauline will fall through and drop. The player must then catch her with Mario's platform and lead her to one of two exits on the left and right sides of the area, which will earn them 10,000 bonus points and spawn a new Pauline at the top. However, if Pauline falls below the platform, the player will lose their current ball.

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In Animal Crossing[edit]

Main article: Item:Pinball (Animal Crossing)
The Pinball item

In Doubutsu no Mori, Animal Crossing, and Doubutsu no Mori e+, the Pinball furniture item can be obtained from Crazy Redd's Furniture Emporium.

External links[edit]

Pinball on other wikis
• NintendoWiki
• Super Mario Wiki
• Wikipedia


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