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There are 3 tables to play; Rocktopus, Zombeaver and Antdroid.  Each will require a new approach.

The objective, like the game's real world counterparts, is simple.  Fire your ten balls up and away, then use your flippers to redirect them, in attempt to score as much as possible.  Don't forget to look out for the bonuses - they will get you an extra ball!  The experts amongst you can also tilt the device to alter a ball's trajectory, for maximum point scoring.

Whether or not you owned the real deal 25 years ago, or were even born, you can pit your wits against players across the world via the Game Center leaderboards.
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