Pinball
Pinball
10.2.0

3.0

Pinball free download for Mac

Pinball

10.2.0
20 August 2019

3D pinball game (was MacPinball).

Overview

Pinball is an extremely entertaining 3D Pinball game with lots of amazing effects and options. Enjoy Pinball's sleek design and cool features, solo or competing in 2 player mode. Post your score in our Top 100 list and check how you are playing against others around the globe.

Features:
  • 10 original tables and a growing number of online tables created by players around the world
  • Experience tons of amazing effects in this original, highly entertaining Pinball game
  • Realistic physics, cool sounds and unlimited tables, Pinball will have you coming back for more

What's new in Pinball

Version 10.2.0:

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

  • Minor fixes

Requirements for Pinball

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later

7 Pinball Reviews

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Kris-nx
30 December 2008

Most helpful

MacPinball is a Joke! I can't believe they would charge for garbage like this! Even it was free I wouldn't use it! I agree with Ironman, 'Little Wing' is tops when it comes to pinball on the mac. I own all their titles including a few that don't play on the latest OS X or hardware so I keep an old Mac around just for those games. I only wish they would find a way to bring "Eight Ball Deluxe" back! (Yes, I know 'Amtex' sold it but it was 'Little Wing' who developed it.)
Like (3)
Version 5.2
Darth-Brooks
04 May 2009
This is the first time I've played MacPinball and, although it's not as horrid as previous reviews suggest, I would never pay ten bucks for it. After "Game Over", at least one can keep playing by clicking "Game".
Like (3)
Version 6.0.2
Kris-nx
30 December 2008
MacPinball is a Joke! I can't believe they would charge for garbage like this! Even it was free I wouldn't use it! I agree with Ironman, 'Little Wing' is tops when it comes to pinball on the mac. I own all their titles including a few that don't play on the latest OS X or hardware so I keep an old Mac around just for those games. I only wish they would find a way to bring "Eight Ball Deluxe" back! (Yes, I know 'Amtex' sold it but it was 'Little Wing' who developed it.)
Like (3)
Version 5.2
Cyann
08 April 2008
I agree with the comments before, and most of all, this game is not enough reactive: when you click, nothing happens before a too long laps of time. For a pinball it's not possible.
Like (1)
Version 3.0
Shotgunweddings
06 December 2007
Played it for 3 balls and tossed the game into the trash. Even for free it's not worth playing in its current state. Found this game too boring, too simple and too basic. This game might be interesting in the future if the game had better sights and sounds. For now this game might appeal to a very young crowd, between 3-9 years old, but if it was spiced up, who knows.
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Version 2.0
@timi
01 December 2007
The game quickly gets very old. After less than several shots, you are able to determine the timing based on the rotation of the spinner exactly when to let the ball go and know exactly where it will stop. Every time. There is no variation in the game. I commend it's followabillity though. I have a tough time following the ball around the Little Wing boards, I can't tell exactly why though (which is driving me insane). This mini-game is certainly not worth $9.95, but I would consider purchasing if the board was a wee bit more complicated. Guarenteed sale if the board becomes more constructed, and this appears either on Promo or ZOT.
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Version 1.5
Soap-On-A-Rope
22 November 2007
I haven't tried this, but I can tell right away by looking at the screenshot that this is going to have a hard time being better than any of the Little Wing Japanese pinball games, which are masterpieces. Try the latest one, Fairy Tower, or maybe Jinni Zeala. Classics, great addictive stuff.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
umaromc
umaromc
03 January 2008
ProPinball series was the best—personal favorite; ProPinball: Timeshock! PEACE!
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Version 2.6
alas!
21 November 2007
Firstly, each game in the demo quits before you really get a chance to play it. That's sort of a trademark of all the games from this developer. Secondly, there's really not much to this rendition of pinball. It really has little going for it. I certainly wouldn't pay $10 for it. Even if were free, I'd yawn and move on. Nuff said.
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Version 1.0
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