Games zen pinball jurassic park

Published on February 22nd, 2018 | by Kirk Hiner


Zen Pinball gets three Jurassic Park tables

When you think of pinball, names such as Stern, Bally and Williams may come to mind. When you think of virtual pinball, it’s Zen. Proving yet again there’s no movie franchise that can’t be improved with some bumpers, flippers and outlanes, Zen Studios has made three Jurassic Park-themed tables available as IAPs in Zen Pinball for Apple TV.

As described in their update notes:

  • Jurassic Park Pinball: Welcome to Jurassic Park. Play through classic movie scenes!
  • Jurassic World Pinball: Relive the action of Jurassic World! Can you escape Indominus Rex?
  • Jurassic Park Pinball Mayhem: Total mayhem awaits! Can you defeat the T. rex and restore the park?

I see they didn’t include that movie where a girl kills a velociraptor with gymnastics. That was a good decision.

And here’s a little more about Zen Pinball itself:

Featuring both original tables and exclusive ones based on some of the hottest brands in entertainment, detailed 3D models, the most advanced ball physics available, rich social features, and hot seat multiplayer, Zen Pinball…continues the rich pinball tradition established by Zen Studios, the definitive leader in pinball videogames.

Zen Pinball sets a new standard for realistic ball physics and graphical detail in pinball video games employing cutting-edge visuals, challenging tables, true-to-life ball and table physics and combines them with innovative features not found in any other pinball game.

If you haven’t tried Zen Pinball on your Apple TV, the good news is that the free download includes one free table: Sorcerer’s Lair. If you like and the way pinball feels on your Siri Remote, there are many other tables available via IAP for $0.99 to $1.99 each, including themes such as Star Wars, The Walking Dead, South Park and more.

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Kirk has been writing for the Apple web since 1997, having served as editor of Applelinks and the Technology Tell Apple Channel. He is also currently editor-in-chief of Public Access Gaming. Kirk lives with his wife and three children in small-town Ohio where the land is cheap and the air is (relatively) clean.

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