Dream Pinball 3D

Dream Pinball 3D

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Wow, I must be theonly one who loves this game
Its a pinball sim and I think it was made early-mid 2000s, but its pretty good if thats what your looking for. My graphics look great, and its ran super smooth. Im not sure why so many people have been hating on it.
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A Nice Old Lady Jan 13, 2013 @ 3:06pm 
Seriously, theres just way too much people are expecting from a $10 game, i got it on steam sale so it was like 3 bucks or something, but its not like you were paying AAA prices. Sure, it might be more worth it at $5 but every game is like that.
redskinman316 Jan 21, 2013 @ 1:44pm 
i started way back in 1979/1980 in games when games were not cool i am 51 and still love games i use to sale pop bottles and use the money to play pin ball so i to love this game -- if u thank i am not cool well my fav game is skyrim and i have played all the elder scrolls games
Pinballwiz45b Feb 3, 2013 @ 10:17am 
It's because this game was launched and not Pinball Arcade or Pro Pinball, both way better than Dream Pinball. Vote here:


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A Nice Old Lady Feb 4, 2013 @ 3:08am 
Indeed thank you for your through explanation. next time explain why they are better before asking for my vote. Cause now they are not getting it.
Pinballwiz45b Feb 18, 2013 @ 10:19am 
Ninju, Pro Pinball wasn't involved in this situation; this was claimed by Silverball in the summer and were attempting to revive the series with a Kickstarter later that fall. (Their 2nd one is coming up soon.)

Pinball Arcade, on the other hand, was rejected by Valve themselves. They said that no one would buy any pinball games on their system (for this game, that statement was false. I got their latest newsletter; it said this game was downloaded 5 million times on mobile alone). Then we got backstabbed again because of this game being launched and not TPA. Now it's just stuck in Greenlight limbo, introduced back in mid September.
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Darkstorm May 7, 2013 @ 4:11pm 
Great game in my opinion. I don´t buyed it on Steam. Buyed it boxed a little bit cheaper :-).
Grafics look good and it runs very smoothly on my pc. Funny game and it´s worth
every Euro it costs. Short question: includes the Steamversion the table TwoWorlds or
the table Ambermoon, which was in my box? Both are very similar but not same
Frog2017 May 18, 2013 @ 6:52am 
Well unless I am missing something when looking for good Pinball games in retail I have found none and the closest I could come to was Balls of Steel which no longer works on Windows 7.

Now I came across this Pinball FX2 and that is by far the Best Pinball Games on PC I have ever seen...

With Dream Pinball 3D tho it had so much potential but wow what a slow game play feels like its not sloped enough or something anyway Graphics look good but over all Dream Pinball 3D is a Huge Disappointment, for me anyway. Pinball FX2 is Fast & how a Real Pinball Machine is.
Tigershark1968 May 29, 2013 @ 10:09am 
Originally posted by redskinman316:
i started way back in 1979/1980 in games when games were not cool i am 51 and still love games i use to sale pop bottles and use the money to play pin ball so i to love this game -- if u thank i am not cool well my fav game is skyrim and i have played all the elder scrolls games

I agree. There is a sense of self entitlement in the youth today. Us older lot paid a fortune in arcades-- to play for a few minutes with quarters being gobbled up by the handfulls. Did we complain? Not one bit! I don't know a single friend that ever did. We milked in our time on the arcade games and enjoyed every second...no matter how bad a game was. We respected the time and energy that went into making a new title. We might have prefered one game over another, but we didn't bash the ones we didn't prefer as is done today.

The youth today expect more than we did when we were young. Now a game can have small minor issues, and yet the trolls come out of the woodwork by the hundreds to complain about seemingly nothing.

They just don't get it...so don't bother. Explaining it to them is futile and is a grand waste of time. Guys like you and I played hundreds of coin op pinball and video games back in the day and it moulded us into very different gamers than the norm of today.

Be proud of your long gaming heritage. We are the gamers that funded games and games companies. It's the tail end of the baby boomers and us older generation X-ers that were there to see the magic of gaming start, and help fund future development...a quarter at a time.

Happy gaming. :)
Cunin Jul 7, 2013 @ 10:06pm 
For all of you old timers, there's a free and nice pinball engine, made to reproduce all the real pinball machines from since they were born: http://www.futurepinball.com/
Its development has been slowed down since some year, and there's some bugs in some machine (if you have any problem go to the menu: Preferences>Editor Options and uncheck the option "Load image into table editor"), but the ball physics are really nice, as nice as the high quality graphics and sounds.

New tables can be downloaded for free (there's some link in that site, but you can google for future pinball and find hundreds), and just be put into the appropriate folder and you can access all of them easily (if you don't want to go through the editor's load and play process) via the menu File>Table Launcher (or just press F4).
You can either find real tables or original ones, though the real tables are the most easy to find because they're the best (tested by millions of players at the arcades ;) )

I spent hours on it and it's times better than most pinball games around, give it a try!
EnderWツ Jul 8, 2013 @ 6:51am 
haha, they even have the space cadett table (which is the one used in the pinbal that comes with windows (at least up to xp) and is my fav of all times :))
Snacksy13 Sep 28, 2013 @ 9:45am 
selling 90% cuepon on dream pinball 3D
I'm more frustrated with having the register and activate my game despite buying it on Steam. There's no need for all that personal information to be required for activation of an old game. A username, password, and email should suffice. They shouldn't need anything else. Also, for those of us that don't feel like activating, we're limited to 1 table and about 5 minutes of play before we're kicked off to the title screen.
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