Pinball FX is back, and it is better than ever! Pinball FX2 offers brand new tables and a host of new features and improvements, including a new state-of-the-art physics model that surpasses anything available so far.More
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Do the research, guys
People are complaining hard about the inability to download tables you've already purchased on other platforms. A simple google search would inform you all that they are working with MS to get it done, things just aren't yet ready on the MS side of things. Just be patient, people. I suggest subscribing to the Windows Central RSS feed, or downloading their app where it is available to keep up on these things so that rash decisions don't have to be made, and irrational complaints also need not surface.More
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Fun with built in not-so-fun
Some of the beginning tables seem actually made to be almost unplayable. They will have large empty spaces with very few scoring areas, or ramps and openings designed to send the ball straight down the middle where the flippers cannot stop it. The music is LOUD and if there is a way to adjust it I have not found it. Still, SOME of the tables are fun to play.More
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Just a fantastic game. It's one of only 2 games I've ever been able to get my non-gaming wife to ever play, and she really enjoys competing with me for high scores. And now they're trying to get it so I can use all my owned tables on either Xbox One or my Surface? Just keeps getting better.More
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I like the effects xbox games have,you need to put more racing games.More
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How do I get more tables?
I love this app. The physics are true to life. Its easy to see where the ball is. The game play is deep and challenging. The graphics are great!! I love the combination of traditional pinball gameplay with the video and animation effects of a pc. I also like how I can play tables for free for watching an add. But how do I play these tables I see on the zen web site? I want to play portal pinball and lots of others that are found there. I hope they are made available through the windows store app soon. It would also be great if the Star Wars games could be played after watching an add.More
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awesome game for laptops/pc!
what I like is the music from "Pasha" table! I love the way it was all put together for the theme of the table! I wish there was a way I can download all the music from this game because I love itMore
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Aside from the 700MB+ download, I love Pinball FX2. It's quite the well crafted, nostalgic and inventive take on pinball. Great graphic and sound quality, an easy to navigate user interface, and purchased tables are well constructed with new ways to score. An overall fun and addictive game experience. I love it!More
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Clearly not still supported.
I prefer this version to the one on Steam because you can just launch it solo and play for free quickly. However, much like everything else in the Microsoft store, the problem is that there is less than a third of the content available compared to other versions of this game. I wouldn't mind actually spending money if I knew the game was still supported, but it is pretty clear it isn't.More
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Great Game for everyone in the family.
Awesome graphics and the challenges and hurry ups are not so complicated you won't try. Hours and hours spent on the game. Very few glitches. At $2.99 a table its cheap enough to keep building a collection of tables. Love it.More
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A good place to start for PC pinball. I think some of the ad- ons are overpriced. More tables please? Lower priced gems to keep people interested in this game.More
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Action & adventureMore
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351.64 MB - 356.64 MBMore
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For ages 6 and upMore
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