How to play free 'Windows 3D Pinball' on Windows 10

Windows 3D Pinball Space Cadet (Windows 3D Pinball) , which was recorded from the expansion pack of Windows 95 to Windows XP, is a pinball game developed by

Maxis known for the city management simulation ' Sim City ' series. It was popular as a standard Windows game alongside Solitaire and Minesweeper, but it is not included in Windows Vista or later . However, there is a ported version by volunteers, and it is possible to play Windows 3D pinball on Windows 10.

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The original distribution site is gone, but it is still stored in the internet archive , including the installer. On the following distribution page in the Internet archive, click 'MSI Installer For Windows Vista & 7 (32 & 64 Bit) [1.33 MB]' to download the installer. The installer is in EXE format and has a capacity of 1.33MB. Although it says 'Microsoft Pinball For Windows Vista & 7,' it can be installed on Windows 10.

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Execute '3d_pinball_for_windows_space_cadet.exe' saved at hand.

To install, just press 'Install'.

Installation ends immediately. Launch Windows 3D Pinball from the created shortcut.

The following screen is displayed on all screens……

Windows 3D Pinball will start.

Compared to the recent PC pinball games such as

Pinball FX3 and Pinball Arcade , there are some operations that are somewhat slower, but the feature of Windows 3D pinball is that it is easy to play because it is simple. However, due to its unique behavior, the difficulty level was high, and when I played for the first time in a long time, I got only 1217,000 points. According to the video game records site, Video Games Records , the high score at the time of article creation was 419,157,150 points.

If you want to check the key layout of the operation, click 'Options' from the menu bar at the top of the window and select 'Player Controls'.

The default operations are 'Space' for ball ejection, 'z' for left flipper, '/' for right flipper, 'X' for table swing (left), '.' for table swing (right), and '↑' for platform. It is Yurashi (front). Of course, you can change the key layout to suit your own needs.

Also, it has been confirmed that command operation in debug mode can also be used. See the following articles to see what commands there are.

Back command to move the pinball ball attached to Windows with the mouse-GIGAZINE

You can understand the specific rules and strategies of Windows 3D pinball by looking at the following site.

Analysis 3D Pinball-Space Cadet

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