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Devil's Due Pinball Screenshots

- Close adherence to the rules found on real-life tables.
- Fully rendered 3D Engine.
- Over eight unique game modes.
- Two awesome multiball modes.
- Secret Undertable (accessing to it will require some serious pinball skills.)
- Autosaves ensure you won't lose your progress, even if you have to answer a phone call or take a break.
- Learn all the rules of the table through an interactive tutorial.
- Full set of in-game Achievements
- Original Soundtrack, professional voice actors, and authentic sound effects.
- Local and Global GameCenter High Scores.
- Eye-Popping LCD animations.
- nVIDIA PhysX engine, created in the Unity 3D engine.
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