Pure Pinball 2.0, REDUX is the Developer's Cut of the award-winning pinball blockbuster that was originally launched towards the end of 2003. This hugely improved and updated version of the most realistic PC Pinball experience to date now features enhanced PC graphics, as well as the atmospheric music and sound effects – as seen on the Xbox release of the title.
3 TABLES, 20 CHALLENGES AND MULTI-BALL.
The player has unlimited playtime on 3 potentially action packed tables, all of which are based on some of the hippest American Pinball machines.
A sharp eye, lightening reflexes and expert timing will be required in order to masterfully manipulate the multiple flippers, multi-ball showdown and the tonnes of special modes in order to guarantee the highest of 'High Scores'.
VIEW THE TABLES FROM ANY ANGLE!
Pure Pinball 2.0 offers the player 12 different camera set ups and angles at which to play. The player can choose to the play Pure Pinball from an overview position, ball follow or ball close up, or use the more traditional scrolling style. The choice is yours!
REALISTIC PINBALL GAMING IN YOUR HOME
Pure Pinball has the most life-like and realistic graphics of PC Pinball playing to date. The super responsive flipper controls and the accurate slick ball movement, that is calculated more than 1500 times per second makes Pure Pinball the ultimate Pinball gaming experience on PC CD ROM to date.
"Pure Pinball 2.0 Redux offers an ultra-realistic gaming experience utilising a highly-scaleable graphics engine. If maximised this game can push any of today's high-end graphics cards to the limit, at Ã‚Â£9.99 this game is exceptional" commented Andy Law, Managing Director of Fusion Labs Limited.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.
Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP
PIII 700Mhz Processor
700 MB Disc Space
128 MB System Memory
32 MB 3D Display Adapter
DirectX 8.0 or later
Direct X 8.0 compatible Sound Card
Pure Pinball 2.0, is scheduled for release on the 4th of February 2005, and with a retail price of Ã‚Â£9.99.
About Fusion Labs:
Fusion Labs was set up June 2002 and is headed up by Andy Law as Managing Director & Martin Monnickendam as Financial Director. Based in Wellingborough, in Northamptonshire Fusion Labs currently consists of two divisions, Fusion Software and Fusion Academia with two more divisions scheduled for later in 2005. The primary role at the group is to grow and expand Fusion Software, as well as their educational division Fusion Academia that has recently received DFES (Department for Education and Skills) approval. It has recently acquired the publishing and distribution rights to four new PC titles all of which are due from February 2005 onwards. Titles released to date include The Creatures product range from Gameware, and these were all made available in July, Sept of 2004.