This game isn't autobiographical so it's a "notobio".
My entry to the Pling of the Month Plub #1. It's an "adventure" table. Send the ball into the End Target to finish the game.
PlingPling is a nice little tool! Very easy to pick up and do passable work. I was happy to have something to show for my sitting at the computer for a couple hours. :)
Have fun, folks!
EDIT: did some slight cosmetic adjustments, but the screen shot is still accurate enough.
I don't think it is beatable.
I learned a valuable lesson: Even if I want the table to be more visually representative than fun to play, I should still test the tables while I'm painting them. I ended up re-doing a lot of the visual work just because I wanted the ball to be able to move around.
I started trying to draw forms and use the elements more painterly. There is a lot of potential there.
bounce the damn ball
So I say to WordRescue, "Let's make a pinball table; it can be about anything you want." Being the massive whole foods hipster that he is, WordRescue comes back with a Tribe Hummus themed table layout. So enjoy.
Enjoy your hummus.
you can hide the pallet and pretend it's a pachinko game
The Citizen Kane of pinball tables. Because it is Citizen Kane: The Pinball Table.
Makes use of MMF2's powerful new built-in movement capabilities to provide you with even more terrible fun! Use your alien lander to keep the ball in play - there are no flippers to be found in this game!
Left and right to turn. Up to thrust. Space to launch ball.