Pinball games are one of those things you either love or hate, with fans adoring the pure pursuit of high scores, while non-addicts just see them as pointless affairs where all there is to do is bounce balls around. Creep Night is a horror-themed pinball game and, if you do enjoy the genre, stands alongside Pinball Dreams and Pro Pinball as a a fine example. If you don't them though, this isn't going to convert you, so don't bother trying. What you have here is a collection of tables, all dressed up in a horror motif, with ghosts, ghouls, haunted castles and so on making up the obstacles and backgrounds, and as ever, the point of it all is simply to rack up as many points as possible before losing your balls down the holes. You also have a handful of mini-games to play as well, and which can help you get even more points, but to be honest, that's about all there is to this. In its favor, Creep Night does play a good game of pinball. The physics, a key part of any such game, are pretty much bang on, with realistic ball movement which never feels cheap or unfair. The visuals too are decent enough, with plenty of detail on the tables and some nice special effects. The tables themselves are varied and challenging, with a good range of features that should keep most dedicated fans happy for some time, while the mini-games add a bit of extra appeal. The sound too is crisp and adds to the atmosphere, while the controls are as simple and intuitive as you would expect. If you are on the lookout for a new pinball game, then this is a solid investment, but otherwise, this is not for you.