January update, improved perfromance With the update on January 5, 2015 the performance issues with Lollipop and my Shield Tablet seem to have been solved. There is no longer a slow down when missions are started, and the game runs nice and smooth, with perhaps improved responsiveness. I had forgotten just how fun this game was, and how good the music and FX used for it were. Very glad that the devs didn't abandon their android port while developing a new game for iOS.
Nice game Generally : Nice game but lack of camera control and other issues make this a nice to try...but I won't get much more play out of this. Details : The music, look (star wars looking font) and feel of the physics (flippers especially) remind me of the Zen pinball tables...which are not my favorite. The table concept is nice, but I prefer Pinball Arcade tables. Also...these tips from the Color Monkey game website: "* Use one flipper at the time * After you've flipped, drop the flipper back down immediately * In general, don't flip any more than you need to" seem odd to me. (is there a resource issue using both flippers or is this something else?) No one is going to care about the reflection in the glass table if the flippers don't work like a real physical machine.
Excellent Job!!!! With this game I really feel like I'm playing pinball on my Android Tab. Excellent Job, now fix the Dyno pinball and the Castle Pinball to match the coolness of this one. Start by taking the female voice out of those two pinball games and put some other special effects sounds in them. Those other two are good but not great. Also replace the stupid google play store Icons that you are using for them. Those icons sorely misrepresent the promise those other two boards hold.
Flippers are too far apart The flippers need to be worked on. Fun to play but less exciting down the road.
Best Android Pinball Game and Coolest Game on Planet Earth! Pinball Arcade is great, but this takes the award for best Android Pinball game in my book. The ball is weighty, the physics are very accurate, the table has great mechanical sounds and an awesome retro music score. The game is for retro 50s/60s/70s fanatics everywhere. I read a lot about the 3 dollar iOS version and would gladly pay double that for it. The previous Neno tables did very little for me, but this collaboration with ColorMonkey has produced a classic. More please! 10 stars!
changes in 1.0.3:
- fix crash on Samsung Galaxy S with gingerbread
changes in 1.0.2:
- improved handling of devices with limited sound resources
- fixed game logic bugs and graphics issues
changes in 1.0.1:
- New OpenSL ES based native audio subsystem
(should be much more stable than the previous, please report any issues together with device details)