PCS Pinball Tables Last Updated:
September 3rd, 2016
PCS Pinball Tables
For Episode 196 of Ancient DOS Games I covered an old title developed by Bill Budge and released by Electronic Arts called "Pinball Construction Set" which was the first pinball program ever created which allowed creating one's own pinball tables. Not only that, but you were able to save them into their own executable files to distribute to other people! :o
These pinball tables were EVERYWHERE in 80s computing and so many gamers who grew up in the 80s with DOS PCs were well aware of this thing, if not the program itself, then the tables made using this program.
While doing my ADG episode though, I had created two pinball tables using this program and thus because I can distribute them without issue, and because PCS isn't needed to play them, you can download them using the link above! Remember to watch the ADG episode too in order to get an idea of how these things work and keep in mind they absolutely will not run on modern computers straight. You'll need to use DOSBox or run them on an older DOS or early Windows machine. :B
And just for good measure, here's a couple screenshots:
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