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I tried getting your code to work on perl 5.6 win2k but it didn't produce any output, oh well maybe i'm not using it correctly ..

Anyways I think it is a shame that not more pinball games are developed for the gaming market (PC that is). The last ever decent pinball game i played on PC was Pinball Fantasies, it absolutely rocked!
I recently bought the UT engine powered Adventure Pinball but it just wasn't up there..

Any monks out there that can recommend classic pinball games I could try ? (they *don't* have to be written in Perl :)


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In reply to Re: Virtually Pinball by jorg
in thread Virtually Pinball by Vynce

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