The tactile, weighty feel of pinging a metal ball into bumpers, holes, and bonus zones essentially makes pinball an elaborate table-sized target range.
It's completely appropriate, then, to come up with a game like Pinball Sniper.
You're presented with a simple pinball table set-up and given a range of time-sensitive targets to hit, demanding precise use of your virtual flippers.
It works very well as a score attack game, with those delicate flipper physics and a developing table (bumpers start getting added as your score increases) maintaining interest.
In truth, Pinball Sniper is just plain pinball, only with the free-wheeling table design stripped out for something more focused. It loses some of the unpredictable fun of the source game as a result, but it makes for a great mobile time waster.
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