Slam Tilt is a pinball simulator published by 21st Century Entertainment in 1996. It was developed by Liquid Dezign HB for AGA-equipped Amigas (AGA being an enhanced graphical chipset) and features super-slick scrolling and amazingly fast gameplay.
It is (rightly) considered to be one of the best games ever released for the Amiga and also set publisher 21st Century Entertainment on a pinball game-based trajectory for some time to come. While it wasn’t 21st Century‘s first pinball game, it is arguably their best.
The Amiga release of Slam Tilt features four tables: Mean Machines; The Pirate; Ace of Space, and Night of the Demon.
A 3D version of Slam Tilt was released for Microsoft Windows PCs in 1999 but is generally considered inferior to this Amiga incarnation.
More: Slam Tilt on Wikipedia
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