Pinball machines are hard to come by these days, and even the pre-installed version on Windows has died out. Fret not, Pinball Wizards! You can turn your phone into a miniature machine and relive those childhood arcade moments. Pinball Magic transforms an iPhone with side-mounted flipper buttons, a ball launch plunger and a …
Where are the bridge dwelling goat botherers? Aren't they supposed to make a quip involving apple and the 30% take they'll be missing?
Box of pinball machine parts?
I know what Libya's getting in the post!
Ob. BTTF reference!
Just introduced my son to those films. Excellent stuff - Spielberg at his finest. :-)
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I'm a massive pinball fan
Why not write about something infinitely more interesting, like an Open Source Pinball operating system:
That is simultaneously the coolest and most utterly pointless programming project I have seen for about a decade and a half. Absolutely stunning!
...a shop who seem to have turned the old maxim of "A fool and his money...", into an art form!
I'm still not getting an iPhone though....
won't someone think of the dinosaurs?
Pfft, just what the world needs, another ephemeral plastic novelty.
Re: won't someone think of the dinosaurs?
The only time I think about them is when I'm putting their liquefied and refined remains into the tank of my car, and even then it's usually a grumbling about the cost.
All I can say is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOUqRZkR8dE
my son can do something with his iPhone (it's not like he can make a call or anything like that).
Not exactly pinball dreams on the amiga is it
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