Title Pinball Fantasies Publisher Digital Illusions 1992 Game Type Sport Players 8 HD Installable No Compatibility ECS, AGA & CD32 versions Submission Michael Carrillo Review After a lucklusture debut with pinball dreams Digital illusions came back and gave us fantasies and to date, Pinball Fantasies is still widely regarded as the best pinball game on the Amiga. Featuring four tables which are viewed from above and scroll up/down to keep up the flipping tastic action, pinball fantasies has everything going for it. The Four tables featured are Party Land (fun fair theme), Speed Devils (car racing theme) Billion Dollar Game Show (game show theme) and finally to the greatest of the lot Stones and Bones (Horror theme) Probably the weakest table of the lot is billion dollar game show which has a limited playing time, however the best two are probably party land and Stones and bones. The combinations required to get those jackpots and point rolling in are pretty good and well thought out. The sound effects are good and ocassionaly feature digitised speech such as "five million" etc. The graphics were surpassed by later releases such as Pinball Illusions and the more recent - Slam Tilt but they are still pretty good and serve their purpose well. If you have an amiga and don't have this sitting on your hard drive then you are really missing out. If you still remain unconvinced then get it just for Stones and Bones - whatever the price this is a table that remains to be surpassed in terms of options, combinations, playablity and music. - Just wait until you hear the high score music - brilliant in itself. All in all worth checking out. Also check out the patch on the aminet it makes life so much simpler.