Conversion of a fondly-remembered Saturn pinball game, I believe. It’s hard to find on the App Store, due to having a Japanese description and title, so here’s a link. It’s currently free, down from £2.99, but the extra tables cost £2.99 each. Still, free pinball, eh?
It's nice to be able to see the whole table at once.
It’s good, too. It feels just right and there’s a lot do. I’m no pinball expert, so forgive me if I don’t go into details. My only problem at the moment – and this may well be me being stupid – is that I can’t see any record of my high score(s) anywhere, rendering the whole thing a bit pointless.
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Okay, thanks to a helpful poster on the Touch Arcade forums (yes, people like that do exist amongst the twelve year olds still impressed by polygons) I’ve found out how to view high scores. You just leave the game on the initial menu screen for a while and they pop up. Not ideal, by any