Continuing from the final stage of SUPER KAIZO PLING 2: KAIZO PLING 3...
John Balls finds himself ploughing through the very walls below him as the flippers smash into his limp body over and over and over. All he had wanted was to hit some bumpers and score a few X's, but what resulted was a mind-changing journey that would forever render him mentally unstable. It was as if he was tripping so hard that his breaking of the fabric of reality was recognized by everyone around him, which certainly seemed like the case to the street gang he found himself in front of after being collision-glitched to the final segment of the stage. Right at his feet he saw an X, but one of the gangmen took it away.

John Balls found himself pleading, "Please man, just hand over the X. I don't need anyone else in my life to get hurt."

One of the burlier members sneered. "Us, get hurt? You can't knock us down if we were bowling pins in a-" John Balls did not even care to let the man finish his metaphorical comparison. He used the knife that was apparently in his hand the whole time and stabbed him. Then he stabbed him again. It was a horrible thing to do, but John Balls' mind was already corrupted. He could almost hear
. The other men started to run away, but in two seconds flat, John Balls had stabbed them all. John Balls found himself in a horrible situation as the police started driving by. He stabbed the police and was immediately shot. Like seriously, fuck law enforcement.
Then John Balls was a ghost. Not like a kind spirit worn out from years of love, but a horrifying edgy sharp mean rude scary spirit that you'd see the Ghostbusters chasing after. Halfway across the country, his brother Jon Balls, a successful chef using one of the sharpest and most refined knives in the world, was chopping up a nice chicken breast for his family who he loved as family. Using his ghost abilities, John Balls instantly transported to Jon Balls' residential household and possessed Jon Balls. Guess what happened. No really, guess.
Anyways, after the deed was done, Jon Balls put the bodies in the knife holder, drove out to the countryside and buried the knife behind his deceased grandfather's barn. John Balls' spirit wasn't really the sharpest tool in the shed. It was upon looking through the old barn that he found a large flipper - a pinball flipper - just hanging against the wall. By now, John Balls' spirit knew what to do with it. Jon Balls stood directly below the flipper, pressed the right arrow key on his keyboard, and collision glitched below the barnhouse, where a portal to a strange new dimension awaited him. But will John Balls' spirit ever learn why murder is bad?

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Kaizo Pling 2: Kaizo Pling


As it is Kaizo Pling 2, it only has two stages. Two action-packed stages that will make you scratch your head in disbelief!

Developer Q&A:

Q: What do I do? I got stuck on a spring (or some other flat surface)! Do I get a refund?
A: Hold the tilt button for less than two seconds. If you can show you are able to complete this game, you may be offered a refund out of mercy.

Q: Do you answer questions?
A: No.

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Bouncy Balls


Try to bounce your way across the field to reach the goal!

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PlingPling: Three Chambers


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.

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PlingPling Valley Lake

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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.

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