Galactic Pinball - Gameplay

Gameplay

Galactic Pinball is based on the rules of pinball and players user flippers to control a ball and keep it in-bounds. It is a relatively simple pinball game, containing only five tables on which players play for a high score. Each table simulates a real pinball table, and has its own space related name and theme, as well as distinguishing elements and targets that score points when hit.

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