Take a step back in time and play a replica pachinko machine from the 1970's. Up until now, a regular pachinko machine was way too bulky to carry around. Now you can play one anywhere. This Japanese gaming device has all the things you remember:
- a full set of nails for proper game play
- adjustable force for "aiming" each ball
- a tray full of balls so you can see how many you have left (and you can see your "winnings" as they fall into the tray)
- you can even refill the ball reservoir on the backside!
Some of the adjustable features for difficulty and game play include:
- Set how many balls to start each game
- Set how many balls are awarded when you hit a bonus area
- Set the type of ball launcher
-- Manual - flip one ball at a time
-- Semi-auto - you can hold the lever and have the machine keep shooting
-- Automatic - you can tap the lever as fast as you want to shoot the balls
- Make it more difficult by setting a time limit for the bonus area to stay open before closing on it's own
- Choose different types of balls instead of the standard chrome
- Choose "Moving Nails of Death" - the nails will shift back and forth to make it more difficult to aim at a bonus area
(That's something you definitely can't do on a real pachinko machine!)
- Choose to refill the back ball reservoir during a game when the machine is "empty"
Compete against your friends to get your name on the High Score tables.
See who can get the most bonuses for each of the difficulty settings!
See if you can win the most balls and play the longest!
Ver 1.50 - Added bug zapper to Info screen
- Fixed the ball return tray. Balls shouldn't get stuck anymore. If they do, tap the middle of the ball return tray to reset.
- Changed the initial bonus balls from 7 to 5.
Ver 1.40 - changed the speed of the ball going up the ramp
- If the balls in the return tray get "stuck", tap the middle of the ball return tray to reset