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Pinball Idle has been around as long as video games have existed. It just so happens that during this time the holy grail of pinball has been refined to its ultimate state. I’m talking about the flipper. Pinball machines employ what is known as a “flipper” mechanism which, when functioning at its highest level, allows the ball to land either in the left or right side of the machine depending on how much force is applied by the user. The more force given to it, the more incline it will give to one side or another. Up til now, pinball manufacturers have only offered two types of flippers with varying degrees of success: tilt or up and down. However, new manufacturers are lagging behind in terms of integrating tilt into their machines making their playfields harder to understand and use than ever before. The result? Pinball has steadily degraded over the years leading to players becoming frustrated, bored and eventually leaving altogether.
Pinball Idle is a coin-operated game that originated in the 1930s. The object of the game is to play a series of bumpers to launch a ball into a spinning target. As you might imagine, the game isn’t very challenging – you just hit bumpers until the ball goes in the right direction. But it’s also one of the oldest and most popular games in the world, so we won’t go into too many details here. You can find more information on pinball here or check out our list of top pinball machines for
How to play Pinball Idle
Controls Use the left mouse button to interact with the in-game UI.