SouthPeak's Dreams Come True

Tuesday 13th November...SouthPeak Games has announced the first details of Dream Pinball, another title bolstering its rapidly growing 2008 line-up. Dream Pinball will be a cutting-edge pinball simulation for PC, Wii™ and Nintendo DS™ making the best use of available technologies to elevate pinball simulations to the next level.

Featuring six distinctive tables, Dream Pinball draws on the latest hardware features to provide visuals that easily surpass previous pinball titles. HDR lighting, motion blur and advanced particle systems generate a remarkable graphical sheen, with selectable cameras providing one fixed and six dynamic action-tracking camera angles. The tables themselves feature a wide range of designs and themes, each one complete with multiple areas, secrets, an array of special effects and spectacular three-way multiball.

Dream Pinball also excels in the gameplay stakes, with real-world physics determining the game’s ball dynamics. In a unique spin, balls can be made from six different materials including marble, oak, ivory and gold - each with their own distinct ballistic properties. With a multiplayer mode allowing up to four players to compete for points and versatile scalability options for owners with more modest PC hardware, Dream Pinball is set to become the definitive pinball simulation when released for PC, Wii and Nintendo DS in February 2008.

Melanie Mroz, executive vice president, SouthPeak Games said“Dream Pinball is a brilliant translation of the ever-popular pastime. Anyone can pick up pinball and when it looks and plays this great, there’s no reason not to.”

Dream Pinball will be released for PC, Wii and Nintendo DS in February 2008.


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