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Review Zen Pinball HD
Desktop pinball simulator
Author: Sergei Petrov
Date: 14 Jul 2017, tested on HTC One
Zen Pinball HD - it's a real pinball simulator for Android, where you can try the most popular pinball machines around the world. In this game, using real-life prototypes, making it a real highlight in this genre.
Development of the game deals with Zen Studios, and this is their first project for Android, before the company was engaged in the games for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. By the way, the game itself is a kind of a console port with its pluses and minuses, which we'll discuss later in this article. Also worth mentioning that the game is in the top most sold on Xbox Live in 2011.
GameplayAs we said, this is the full simulation of real pinball machines around the world, so in the main menu, we select only the model of the machine, and then immediately start the game and the environment, copies the look and feel of the machine.
Control of the game is quite simple and clear. The right side of the screen is responsible for the hammer right and the left side - left for the impactor, respectively. If the playing field more than two impactors, the press should be closer to what you want to hit.
The main positive feature of the game - it's just an amazing 3D-graphics, which has moved from consoles, practically without losing anything in terms of quality and sharpness. If you live with a pinball machine seen, you immediately wonder how exactly developers Zen Pinball HD managed to move all of this in the form of a mobile game.
Features Zen Pinball HD for Android:
- More than 15 realistic models of pinball tables;
- Realistic 3D-graphics with stunning animation effects;
- Online table of achievement;
- Great physics iron ball;
- Available in various multipliers and bonus features in the game.
Summary. Zen Pinball HD - this is an excellent pinball simulator with great graphics and a comfortable table records. This game is much better than the pinball, we played on the operating system Windows XP, remember him?