> It was developed by Fuse games - which is founded by ex members of Cunning
> Development (of Pro Pinball fame).
> They have only made Metroid Pinball for the DS and Mario Pinball for the GBA.
> Both are good, but the former plays very well - good table layout and a nice
> How I wish Pro Pinball would continue. I never got into PinMAME...
That's a shame, Because I have Never seem a more realistic pinball simulation platform. There is another package called Future Pinball, However it does NOT run well on any of my computers. Ball movement is very jerky. Almost like trying to play Pinball with a strobe light running. My Systems are Extremely fast 4Ghz to 9Ghz with Plenty of memory (4 Gig Min. One has 32 Gig) So I have to assume it's a coding flaw in the program, Or an Incompatibility problem with Windows XP and Windows Vista Home.