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Full Tilt! Pinball

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Full_Tilt.iso_.sit (58.17 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Maxis' first pinball simulation game. This one includes 3 boards: Space Cadet, Skulduggery, and Dragon's Keep. Each featuring the usual amount of bumpers, targets, ramps, etc as well as a big payoff for the successful completion of each table, such as slaying a dragon on Dragon's Keep, or creating a black hole on Space Cadet.

Trivia: The Space Cadet table was used by Microsoft as a pack-in game with Windows 98 through XP, but included a few less features than the one in Full Tilt!

The download is a hybrid Mac/PC disc image.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)

68040, 8MB RAM, 256-color display

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Minimum91's picture
by Minimum91 - 2018, December 29 - 8:09pm

This runs somewhat allright on my iMac G3 with 9.2.2, but as was mentioned before definitely better under 10.2 Classic emulation. Only drawback while playing under 10.2 is that the sound is a bit delayed, but this is something that effects most games running via classic environment.

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2018, June 2 - 9:41am

I still added Skulduggery to my collection, it can be separated from the two titles that don't work for me, in its own folder 7.3 MB on my 'for Classicmode' volume in a folder named for OSX 10.2 Jaguar-only. Needs 3 files "Skulduggery", "PIRATES.DAT", "Pinball.rsrc"

I never seen a program like this that (probably) works in OS8, stops working in OS9, then gets going again in OSX 10.2 Classic. The fact that only one of these 3 boards does emphasizes how strange. I wonder now if other programs listed for OS8 but nogo-OS9 might also work in Jag Classic, I've so far avoided such progs by assuming theyd never.

Im gonna start playing with Sheepshaver & Basilisk][ and I'll start "using" windoze emulation also.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2018, May 31 - 1:40pm

Yeah SkyCapt, my opinion is the same as Temporary Joe's 2009 post below. Its not compatible with OS 9.x. The game loads but nothing works. I think that it needs a much earlier Mac OS.

Maybe ironic, but on my old G4 running 9.2.2, I can play Space Cadet as it's meant to play - Full Tilt!
- By playing the Windows version in Virtual PC 6, running Windows 98!

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2018, May 31 - 10:06am

Skulduggery works in Classicmode of OSX 10.2.8 (Jaguar) but nothing else works right anywhere, tested OS9 and Tiger, PowerMac G4.

Kitchen2010's picture
by Kitchen2010 - 2016, March 24 - 5:24pm

@ Hetsu:
I grabbed a copy before these were removed from this website. Contact me if you would like to get my copy shared: "Kitchen2010(AT)web.de"

Hetsu's picture
by Hetsu - 2016, March 24 - 12:05am

do you by any chance still have a copy of this? I'd like to dump it in my sheepshaver archive

iig's picture
by iig - 2010, June 11 - 1:10am
5

ITS MINE HA HA HA TAKE THAT EA!

mrob9045's picture
by mrob9045 - 2010, April 27 - 6:34am

can i play the game

Temporary Joe's picture
by Temporary Joe - 2009, December 1 - 7:04pm

For some reason is OS 9, the ball just doesn't appear. And in OS X Classic Mode is does appear....

schoolhacker's picture
by schoolhacker - 2009, September 20 - 3:07am

no... they just brought the game company's rights... duhh!

GeeYouEye's picture
by GeeYouEye - 2009, August 18 - 7:05pm

Damn, and here I thought MS actually came up with something original!

longlivemacs's picture
by longlivemacs - 2009, August 13 - 9:47am

this i s a great game 5 stars

HBeagley's picture
by HBeagley - 2009, August 4 - 9:38pm
5

Microsoft Has Always Copied Other Companies And They Can't Even Make A Good Copy At That, Microsoft Make Windows Worth My Money Then I Might Buy Windows Vista or 7 Until Then It's Mac All The Way

GolemdX's picture
by GolemdX (not verified) - 2009, May 16 - 9:57pm
5

Microsoft... you d00bs for including a crappy version of this.