Better and worse than other pinball games
On the downside, the physics are a bit floaty and the ball bounces like rubber, making it hard to do flipper catches. The graphics are extremely simple as are the table layouts, and the bumpers and kickers don't visibly react to the ball. Some mention should be made in an instruction screen how many tables there are and how to progress to them. Also, the pause button doesn't let you access the menu. On the upside, there are five different layouts and the destruction of the tables is unique and fun. The particle effects when hitting a drop-target are particularly nice, though the extra balls in multi-ball come out of nowhere when you knock them all down. Online leaderboards, such as here, are always welcome.