Extreme Pinball

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Extreme Pinball
Extreme Pinball
Cover art
Developer(s) Epic Games
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Engine Proprietary
Platform(s) MS-DOS, PlayStation, PlayStation Network
Release date(s) MS-DOS, PlayStation
  • NA March 28, 1996
PlayStation Network
  • NA January 28, 2010
Genre(s) Pinball
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution CD-ROM

Extreme Pinball is a 1995 pinball video game published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation. It was the first game developed by Digital Extremes, though founder James Schmalz had also previously created Silverball and Epic Pinball in 1993. It was released via PlayStation Network in 2010.

All the music tracks for this game were made by Robert A. Allen.[1]


  • Rock Fantasy
  • Medieval Knights
  • Urban Chaos
  • Monkey Mayhem
Review scores
Publication Score
PlayStation Magazine 3/10[2]


  1. ^ http://www.giantbomb.com/robert-a-allen/3040-6838/
  2. ^ Extreme Pinball game review, Official UK PlayStation Magazine, Future Publishing issue 7

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