Dragon Pinball Brings Fiery Flipper Fun To Nintendo Switch May 10th

Published: May 6, 2019 9:20 AM /


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Fiery pinball machine simulator Dragon Pinball will be released for Nintendo Switch on May 10th.

Dragon Pinball aims to perfectly replicate a real-life pinball machine, complete with all the sights and sounds a real machine would offer. There's even a dingy basement-style arcade setting for those who like their pinball experience truly authentic. It's developed by Chronos Twins and 99Bullets creator EnjoyUp Games. You'll need to pony up a mere $2.99 for the privilege of enjoying Dragon Pinball (or €2.99 if you're in Europe).

Pinball aficionados can look forward to true-to-life arcade design. All the usual pinball table features like multiball, extraball, skillshots, and jackpots are present and correct. There are four different camera angles to view the action from, as well as a fully-featured online leaderboard for players to post their scores to. In addition, there will be secrets to discover on the table and missions for players to complete. Since Dragon Pinball is a Switch game, you can play vertically using detached Joy-Cons for a truly realistic experience. If you've been hankering for a proper pinball reproduction, this could be the game for you.

Development duties on Dragon Pinball are being handled by EnjoyUp Games. The studio describes itself as an "innovative developer in the gaming industry". Dragon Pinball is the latest in a line of pinball table recreations by EnjoyUp Games. Previous projects include Pirates PinballHalloween Pinball, and Mummy Pinball. Let it never be said EnjoyUp doesn't have experience developing faithful recreations of pinball tables. It'll take up around 181MB of space on your Switch and only supports one player. It's rated E for Everyone, so you don't need to worry about anything inappropriate blindsiding you while you're slaying dragons (with your flippers, of course).

Will you be picking up Dragon Pinball? Let us know in the comments below!

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