Nicely packed pinball game with a futuristic theme
By the time this game was released in 97, the pinball craze was slowly coming to a halt. This was so because of a very interesting state of affairs in the market: casual gamers found that the increasingly difficult tables were no longer satisfying to them, while seasoned players wanted more and more challenging tables. On the digital front, however, this problem was quasi inexistent because any digital game could pack an assortment of tables that would suit the know-how and play style of different players. But, here, the battle was gaged between developer that could produce the more interesting tables. And, 3-D Ultra Pinball: The Lost Continent does a great job at this. The futuristic techno urban feel of the tables is very atmospheric, as well as well executed. This is only enhanced by the carefully calibrated controls that make each play session a pleasure to go for. Plus, the game doesn't stop at creating classic experiences; it also sprinkled the tables with content that could only be managed digitally. So, overall, 3-D Ultra Pinball: The Lost Continent is a great contender to the classic 3-D Ultra Pinball: Creep Night whose lessons it furthers even more. Give it a go if you are a pinball aficionado.