EnjoyUp Games and Super Power Up have today announced that World Soccer Pinball will soon be pinging itself onto the Nintendo Switch eShop.
World Soccer Pinball aims to be a perfect reproduction of a real pinball machines, with all the graphic details and sounds you'd expect from the real deal. Players will be tasked with discovering secrets and completing all of the missions, hoping to become number one in the world or the best among your friends thanks to an online leaderboard.
Here are a list of features for you to feast your eyes on:
- Arcade design.
- Set at the soccer World Cup.
- Multiball, Extraball, Skillshot, Jackpots...
- Reproduction with all the details, lights and sounds.
- 4 different cameras to choose from.
- Online Leaderboard.
The game is scheduled to launch in just a couple of days' time on 31st May for $1.99 / €1.99, potentially acting as a cheap and cheerful way to get hyped for the World Cup taking place next month.
Will you be taking on your friends in some soccer-based pinball fun?
I think I'll just stick to playing FIFA World Cup Mode,Super Sidekicks 2 and Legendary (please be good) Eleven. If I fancy some pinball then I've got plenty of options.
A hamster cage that I made at school some 25 years ago had more to it than this table.
Did you really wrote an article for this mess? They are basically using the same (horrible) pinball design with dinosaurs and stuff to get some cash.
Not even zen studios tables got the the space they deserved on your site nor pinball arcade. Lack of things to say this days?
Stick these on the 3ds where they belong.....scratch that, even the 3ds doesn't deserve this crap.
Nintendo.....where is your quality control? Come on!
Well, it looks better than Jurassic Pinball.. but not by much. It's become obvious to me at this point they're obviously using Pinball Creator off of the Unity Asset store (https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/templates/systems/pinball-creator-74772). Also, I still can't believe they're trying to push the idea that these are "perfect recreations." Those ramps are horribly designed, that massive spot target is ridiculous, the shot to the spinner leads nowhere, the shot to the left orbit seems near impossible. I could go on and on.
Wouldn't download if they paid me 1.99 to download
@mystman12 I mean props for being able to make (half make?) a game but agree with you entirely.
I guess this also means the Warriors games are perfect recreations of world history? 😁
@mystman12 I bought Jurassic Pinball and played it for a while. It's not a bad pinball addition if you already play Zen and The Pinball Arcade and you're a fan of most pinball in general. The layout is pretty relaxing and it has two banks of drop targets.
However, I'm a little surprised that the company is releasing a second table only one week after releasing their first table. I was really excited before the Jurassic Pinball released and I bought a $10 point card in anticipation. I'm more lukewarm about this announcement. I might buy it eventually, but it probably won't be a first day purchase.
Looks soooo bad
This must be made by the Jurassic Pinball guys, lol. I can tell by how awful and amateur it looks.
After how terrible Rock 'n' Racing Off Road DX was, ill never buy another EnjoyUp game ever again.
This is bizarre. This firm gets another article yet they cant even be bothered to fill out the page for The Pinball Arcade for Switch (a much better product IMHO) https://www.nintendolife.com/games/switch-eshop/pinball_arcade
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