> Fantastic Journey is by far the most difficult table. I have all four Pro
> Pinball tables (Timeshock!, Big Race USA, and The Web), and they're all easier
> than FJ. The best one in my opinion is Timeshock- the gameplay is spot on- I
> rank it right up there with the best real pinball tables. If you buy it in its
> original box, the manual looks and feels like a real pinball owners manual as
> well- it's really cool if you really like pinball and don't want to spend $6000
> on a real one. I use my HotRod SE joystick side buttons as the flipper
> I'll have to try Psycho Pinball. Can I buy it somewhere?
> > I completely agree with you. I have the "Fantastic Journey" table and i doubt
> > pinball simulation could ever be better than that!
> > But if we talk about gameplay, i must say Psycho Pinball (c) Codemasters is
> > one i've enjoyed most.
> > What about the rest of the Pro Pinball tables? Are they as hard as Fantastic
> > Journey? (damn hard table! LOL)
> > > I was wondering what you all think is the best pinball simulations available
> > on
> > > computer? PinMAME is great and all, but personally I think Empire's Pro
> > Pinball
> > > series is the best. You could test every facet of the pinball machine, from
> > > solenoid tests to slope, and even the playfield wear!
> > >
> > > Micro$oft's Pinball compilation isn't too bad either. What do you all
> > >
whatever store I walk into, I always find the first three propins but never the fourth one... :/