By Eric Pankoke
I like electronic pinball, but it’s not something I get overly excited about, so there really has to be something special about a particular version for me to spend more than a few minutes on it. Unfortunately, that’s not the case with Pinball Wizard. The game has one board which on its own is not very exciting. Its claim to originality is its customizable nature, yet the only thing you can customize is the position of the three main bumpers. To me that’s not worth advertising such a feature. If there were more to do in the design phase this might be a product to keep your eye on, but right now there’s not a lot to keep you coming back for repeated play sessions.