Pinball (as you've probably guessed) is the VideoBrain's attempt to simulate a pinball machine.  The game itself is rather weak however as the graphics are blocky, the ball is a bit too big, and the pinball physics are questionable at best.  Another complaint is that the pinball table is rather sparse on detail (with almost nothing in the center of the screen), making the game look rather drab.  Overall, Pinball plays somewhat like an inferior version of Video Pinball on the Atari 2600.


One interesting thing about Pinball is that the player holds two controllers and uses the fire buttons to move the flippers.  This control scheme is much more realistic than the one used in Video Pinball, where the player pushes up and down to move the flippers.

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