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3D Ultra Pinball: Fastest Pinball in Space

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Download 3D_Ultra_Pinball_CD.img_.zip (10.18 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Download 3DUltraPinball_1_0.zip (38.30 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver,

The first in Sierra's 3D Ultra Pinball series.

"The original game, released in 1995, is based on the space simulation game Outpost. There are three tables (Colony, Command Center, and Mine), each with a set of five challenges. Each table features smaller 'mini-tables' with its own set of flippers. The overall goal is to build and launch a starship." --Wikipedia.org

Also in this series: Creep Night, The Lost Continent, NASCAR, Thrillride

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

256 colors, 640x480 resolution

Comments

by MacFan94 - 2012, January 29 - 5:40pm

My favorite pinball game ever.

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by TheComputerKid - 2011, November 6 - 6:15pm

I remember playing this game when i was younger.

by yutaro - 2009, May 26 - 12:34pm
12.75

Best Pinball game ever. Thank you for the good old days Sierra.

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by IIGS_User - 2009, April 29 - 4:32pm

Thanks.
Strange, I tried it with Disk Copy 6.3 before, but it complains can't be recognized (not sure if it was this game, maybe another).

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by phreakindee - 2009, April 29 - 4:05pm

Using Disk Copy

http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/disk-copy-633

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by IIGS_User - 2009, April 29 - 3:44pm

How did you mount it in Mac OS 7 on a real Mac? This information is probably interesting for other peoples, too.

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' with 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

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by phreakindee - 2009, April 26 - 9:41pm

Works for me on an LC 575, unzipped then CD image was mounted in Mac OS 7 and installed and played fine

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' with 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

by watchsmart - 2009, April 20 - 12:30pm

This one didn't play nice with the emulators I tested with. I couldn't get sound working in either SheepShaver or Basilisk II, and I experienced some crashes, particularly when exiting the game. Also, configuring the keys was a headache.

But your mileage may vary.

by watchsmart - 2009, April 20 - 12:17pm

Note: The archive here is a "zip" file, which means that you should extract it in the host system and then mount the image it in your emulator. You won't be able to extract it within the emulated environment (like most games on this site).