Not every Sim is a pinball wizard, but they would have to be deaf, dumb, and blind not to love playing on the "See Me, Feel Me" pinball table! Chrome plated steel balls bounce off rubber coated electric bumpers in a cacophony of movement, noise, flashing lights and the ever elusive high score. By who? By Tommi Co. of course!
The Sims introduced a pinball machine that both children and adults could play. Up to two Sims can play at a time. Occasionally, the pinball machine will break, and must be repaired in order to use it again.
The Sims 2 introduced two pinball machines in the base game, one more in University, and another as a career reward in Seasons. Sims perform more animations on these pinball machines, such as "nudging" the machine, and the ball and flippers themselves are visible.
Based on the terrifying character from the 1965's surfer-horror classic "Coral Eater", Sweetie is back and scarier than ever. Every surfer remembers the tale of the sweet toothed shark that only seemed to go after cute, young Sims. Now they can take their revenge in this action-packed pinball extravaganza.
In olden days, before computers and even VCRs, young adults enjoyed batting at ball bearings trapped in large wooden boxes called "pinball machines". "Election Day" is an aficionado's dream - a very rare game featuring a verbally challenged space alien who ends up finding fame and fortune in action movies (and public office.)
Your Sims will be thrilled by this game's flashing lights, catchy low-grade electronic tunes, and the piercing glare of its hero, Sack Man, looking sternly down on the player. Hit all four ramps to save Girlfriend and defeat Sack Man's arch-nemeses Full-Loaded Attack Chicken and Talking Paper Cat.
Boom! The flames lick skyward as the metallic ball race for points and ultimately, The high score! Ding!Ping!Clang! Be careful as you anger the Tiki spirits! They demand the ultimate high score. That volcano will ooze the lava of your demise. Hiss.Sizzle.Crackle. Enjoy, have fun, and earn some Simoleons.