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Dream Pinball 3D Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:With stunning visuals and an innovative twist on ball physics, this pinball dream will definitely be sweet. Dream Pinball 3D was built to amaze, with HDR lighting, motion-blur techniques, and other eye candy - all combined with seven camera angles to make the action leap off the screen. Six tables feature multiple themes, catchy special effects, surprises, and dizzying three-way multiball. The pinball responds with real-world physics, but the real grabber is choice. Select balls made from six different materials, including gold, marble, oak, or ivory, then master the dynamics of each. Try and top your own high score or go up against up to three others in multiplayer.
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