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Good Old Games Adds 'Pure Pinball 2.0'

by Rainier on Jan. 13, 2009 @ 3:17 a.m. PST

Pure Pinball 2.0 REDUX offers the most thrilling virtual pinball experience ever, with three unique 3D tables with varying themes (Racing, War and Trains), each with multiple flippers and special game modes, for just $5.99 (DRM-free of course).

Pure Pinball 2.0 (originally released under Iridon Interactive, which is now a label under Legendo Entertainment) has been added to the site’s ever-growing catalogue of classic PC games at the low, low price of $5.99. Pure Pinball 2.0 REDUX offers the most thrilling virtual pinball experience ever, with three unique 3D tables with varying themes (Racing, War and Trains), each with multiple flippers and special game modes. Featuring great visuals and countless hours of entertainment – with all of GOG.com’s features, including no DRM, full compatibility with modern operation systems and cool additional materials – there’s no denying the value of this pinball package.

Bjorn Larsson, CEO Legendo Entertainment, said “When the game originally came out it had some pretty steep system requirements – now, with the release on GOG.com you can enjoy it in all its beauty on most computers with all bells and whistles of your graphics card enabled it looks gorgeous to this day and date.”

But wait, that’s not all! In a multiball-like explosion of news, the GOG.com team have also launched an update to the site that should appeal to the classic-game collectors out there. The cleverly-titled GOG.com Update 1 introduces a virtual game shelf made of fancy virtual wood that will help players keep their GOG.com games collections in order. No dust, no fuss. Other features of GOG.com Update 1 include improved community functionality, a new forum skin and an updated “My E-mails” section to keep track of correspondences with GOG.com team. Anyone with an account at GOG.com can access the new virtual game shelf by visiting their My Account page. And if you haven't bought any games at GOG.com yet, you can check how cool the two free games look at the virtual shelf.

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