Angel Eggs - Multiball-oriented pinball game
Version: 3.0.1In Angel Egg, each player is an angel on probation. To help God create the Earth (GENESIS), players must summon the Archangels by collecting the angels' eggs; and invoke the Spirits of Fire, Water, Earth, and Wind.
License: Free To Try $17.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Angel Egg is a multiball-oriented game. Its very rules are oriented toward multiball play; a player's score directly reflects his or her multiball skill. Therefore, starting multiball play in Angel Egg is easy. (There are six ways: Four for invoking Spirits, and two for summoning Archangels.) You can start multiball by meeting a few simple conditions and locking a ball.
However, you won't get a high score just by starting multiball. (True, you'll have a chance for a Jackpot, but its value will not be very high.)To reach a high score in Angel Egg, you must keep as many balls in play as you can, while summoning Archangels and Spirits -- though keeping many balls going makes it difficult to attack and defend.
What makes Angel Egg unique is that the higher-scoring features change their value according to the number of the balls on the playfield.
Naturally, the ultimate feature -- Genesis -- can not be achieved without good multiball play. Though it is possible to get all the features with only two balls in play, your score will be much, much higher if you do the same while playing multiple balls.
You may know what a challenge it is playing with several balls. Angel Egg will show you that six-ball multiball is very different from mere two- or three-ball multiball. Under these chaotic conditions, you'll need courage, coolness, and a sense of strategy to hit your targets.
The best way is to keep all but one or two balls away from flippers -- by sending them to the bumpers, or by shooting them onto ramps which take them some time to travel. Indeed, these devices that may frustrate you during single-ball play will suddenly seem like your friends.
· Time limited demo.
· Some features are disabled.
· 100MB hard disk space
· 800 x 600 video resolution or higher
· 32,000 or more colors.