Monster Pinball has been HD’d and a whole lot more!
The game you know and love (and if you don’t you should) has not only been given new HD graphics redesigned from the ground up… its been given new life with a whole new array of goals and achievements, table lock-in and single table play modes!
We wanted to build upon the original and we spent more than a year doing just that. Our fans loved the original and now MPHD brings it flying back into your hands with great new features and a look and feel that we’re sure will bring a smile to your face.
AND THIS TIME IT’S ON ALL OS DEVICES. Out NOW on iOS (universal app) and Android. Windows mobile coming late 2012.
I’m having a total blast reliving my love for Monster Pinball in a modern package, and just hearing all the zany sound effects and music is taking me back to a time when I poured countless hours into this game. - TouchArcade
Stunning HD graphics and animations
New Achievements / Over 500 goals
Facebook sharing* / Games Center iOS integration
Landscape view for iPad and iPad mini
6 fun packed tables with interconnected table layout
60fps giving extra smooth gameplay
Realistic Physics engine developed specifically for this game
Accelerometer tilt function / Single Table Play mode / Table lockin
Hotball feature – Score multiplied points when active
Unique sound effects in stereo / Pause, Save and Resume
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For those who weren’t able to attend Microsoft’s BUILD conference and check out a Windows 8 tablet firsthand, the fine points of its new OS may sound a bit vague.
The video below may give you a better idea of what you’re missing. Microsoft enthusiast site Winrumorscompared the user experience of an iPad 2 running iOS 5 and the pre-release Windows 8 tablet. Running side by side, function by function, we’re really seeing how Windows has created a new way of interacting with a tablet.
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