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Dream Pinball 3D Videos and Trailers - PC

Dream Pinball 3D
Game Description:Featuring six tables, Dream Pinball draws on the latest hardware features. HDR lighting, motion blur and advanced particle systems generate a remarkable graphical sheen, with selectable cameras providing one fixed and six dynamic action-tracking camera angles. The tables themselves feature a wide range of designs and themes, each one complete with multiple areas, secrets, an array of special effects and spectacular three-way multiball. Dream Pinball also features real-world physics determining the game's ball dynamics. In a unique spin, balls can be made from six different materials including marble, oak, ivory and gold - each with their own distinct ballistic properties.
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