Hyperspace Pinball is an arcade shooter for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS with pinball controls that has players battling aliens and making big skill shots through more than 20 challenging and beautifully rendered levels. Score big points by collecting power-ups, running loops, defeating mini-bosses and conquering mini-challenges. You can even compete with other players on the campaign leaderboards and earn Steam badges, trading cards and more than a dozen achievements!

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Bad ball physics, bad gravity, ball slips under paddles, but good premise.

Overall a good flipper. Some bug needs to be solved, and physics may be better. The score system is really a great idea and the game itself is entertaining when you have time to kill.

nice game :D

Fun and unique little pinball game.
Space theme, with enemys and bosses to destroy.

it's fun but not today's fun anymore it doesn't fit in the current gaming platform but it's alright you play it for 10 minutes and go to work for example so yea 7 is worth it as it is free

Decent Pinball / Breakout / Space Invaders mashup.

For some reason, I enjoy this one more on the PC than iOS.

The pinball physics need tuning, as it has the frustrating feel of a machine with worn-out flippers. The visibility of the ball is utterly key in a pinball game, yet here it disappears into the visual noise far too easily and often. Lastly, the game uses a single, very simple, single-screen board. It's a pleasing idea, reminiciet of Alien Crush and similar games, but I was expecting a bit more on the game's part.

Simple yet entertaining pinball sim. Brings something different to the genre but needs graphics improvements. Physics is good but sometimes hard to see where the ball is. Will prob play it now and again.


Finally some pinball on Linux that supercedes "Space Cadet"!

It's very active and semi-relaxing, just like any good pinball experience. I did experience a minor bug when the ball when through my flipper, and sometimes there's just too much flashing on the screen, but that's the kind of pinball experience and veteran should be used to.

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