PinOut!

PinOut! for Pc

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Download and install PinOut! on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the PinOut! app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type PinOut! in the search bar and press Search. Click on PinOut!application icon. A window of PinOut! on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use PinOut! for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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Thank you for reading this tutorial. Have a nice day!


PinOut! Software Features and Description

Pinball reinvented by the award-winning developers of Smash Hit and Does not Commute! Race against time in a continuous journey through this mysterious canyon of pulsating lights and throbbing retro wave beats. The classic pinball mechanic remodeled into a breathtaking arcade experience. "PinOut is a super smart, beautifully designed pinball game" – Wired "Stop everything and play PinOut" – EuroGamer "It's not pinball in the traditional sense – it's something so much better" – PocketGamer "This is a hugely compelling mobile ball-smacker that deserves to be played by many, many people" – Stuff magazine PinOut is playable at no cost and free from ads. An optional premium upgrade is available through a one-time in-app purchase that will enable the ability to continue from checkpoints.



Top Reviews

  • Just Wonderful, Perfect in its kind.

    by Behzad Moghaddam
    Thank you Developers for creating such a magnificent piece of art as a long-loved game of my childhood, Pinball. I barely write any reviews for any apps and if I do, I do it with all care. This time, I can't tell you a single negative parameter about this app. The atmosphere is a quite perfect isolation in its own. You feel you're trapped in a machine and you've got to move to get out. It reminds me of one of my favorite games ever, Portal series by Valve. The music is another masterpiece, perfectly matching all the environments through this game. Sound effects are just right and controls could not have been more simple. I particularly love the mini-games. They give me a sense of nostalgia and a feeling that I've got to thank the Pinball machine for providing me the chance of adding time to my experience. I want to thank the Developers, especially for awakening the long-gone sense in me that I used to have when I played Doom, Tomb Raider, and Mortal Kombat in about 1995, a sense of pure happiness and passion to experience something unique at the time. Then I have to thank Apple for bringing this game up on Featured section of the App Store, after a long time seeing not more than a few good games but some buggy, seen-everywhere, unbelievably poor games and apps on that section. Thank you Developers, and I wish you can add more levels to this brilliant Pinball wizard game! :)
  • Where can I get the soundtrack?

    by Ry.Heart
    First of all, I need to get this out of the way-- nowhere in the description does it say "endless." The more appropriate descriptor would be "progressive," especially since the levels are static (as opposed to randomly generated). You may even notice in overtime that you basically start back at 1, just with no way of putting time back into your pool. That's it for complaints, and not much for cons at that. The last time I saw a progressive pinball game was the first Nintendo, which just shows my age. This game is so awesome, I love how there's legitimately different mechanics and hazards you have to interact with to pass each level. I had absolutely zero issues with the physics-- they were predictable and imo that's good for this type of game. If you want realistic physics, Pinball HD is the gold standard. (Optionally devs, you could add a hard mode with upgraded physics, and I would play forever.) Neon glowy lights are complimented by mellow electronic beats, like Depeche Mode got a female vocalist and made a pinball baby. (And did I mention I want the soundtrack?) Seriously, I will pause mid-level just to get my ears filled with the current track, especially before picking up power-ups that stretch the notes to comical extremes.
  • Dreamy and Fun

    by Peoplereviewer777$
    PinOut! is not only "animatedly fun" but amazingly addictive! The feeling of outer space adds beautiful scenery to the already outstanding graphics! If you have just hit the install button and are patiently waiting for this game to download, you should be extremely excited for what awaits you! During gameplay, the sound effects add a whole new feel, bringing the game to life. So if you are a person who likes to inspect the technical stuff in games, such as sound effect quality and lighting, there is absolutely no need to be skeptical about this game! Just by looking at the thumbnail of the game it already shows you just how much time creators took to make this game. The thumbnail also describes what the game has in store. The pinball displayed in the picture shows the 'glowing' / 'space' effect included in the game and just how fun it is to play it. So if you are looking for ways to find flaws in seemingly amazing apps, you should find another app, because you will be extremely disappointed at the lack of things to criticize! So, at the end of the day, PinOut! is truly fun and exciting and a great game!
  • Very addicting

    by Pigeon_Man
    Edit: I hate to say this game has become very annoying to me. It seems like they made the game so difficult toward the end only to extend its playtime. I hope it's an homage to the difficulty of retro games but unless you end the previous level with and exorbitant amount of extra time, there just isn't enough time pickups to finish. To the developers, thank you for making a game with no ads that you can play fully without payment, but with the option to unlock additional functionality and without being pushy about it. I get to enjoy your game then decide if I want to support you, which after playing this game I knew I had to. Not to mention after getting so far I couldn't start from scratch again haha. Although the "permadeath" feel is very retro. The only thing I would like to see is an option to play the mini games for fun outside of the game as well. I've been looking for "that app" I can pop in and out of when I have a couple minutes to kill, so thanks for a very fun and addicting game.
  • I absolutely adore this game.

    by This will ruin
    I wish this app had more public exposure. Its music is very pleasant to listen to if you’re a fan of vaporwave, or music from artists like Daft Punk. I didn’t even have to pay for anything in order to get far in this game, because if you’re hooked, you will get better and by then you won’t need to pay. Even if you did, it’s ~$3, and although I haven’t paid for this amount I feel that such an amount is deserved to be paid for since it’s clear to me that the developers cared about the gameplay more than the money to profit from. There are some glitches and errors, such as your pinball getting stuck in one of the tracks in the first level, but the pros definitely outweigh the cons. Plus, there’s a secret game on the fourth level that I’m curious about; I’m hoping someone better than me at this game can record the whole story. 😗
  • Okay but does have problems

    by Smiling Pets
    To start with the good news it has good graphics, music, sound effects, and a general feel to it that you like when you are playing the game. Extra time is nice. The bad news is it starts out pretty impossible. All you are doing is clicking for flippers to shoot the ball somewhere. There's no skill or strategy or control. You should be controlling something else because the flippers shoot it out in a bad place eight out of ten times. They say you can hold down and aim, but if you hold down it just shoots as if you tapped. This game is overrated by other reviews so I was very disappointed by it. I try to list the mistake sin my reviews so this doesn't happen to other people but, I don't want to interfere with the sales of this app so I will say it has good parts and bad parts and it is up to you to decide if you like it or not but this is definitely not my favorite app and I am a little disappointed with it.
  • Most pinball satisfaction

    by hermex
    Polished and nearly perfect pinball gratification. Most pinball simulators lose the fun of real pinball because you're bumping around a small playing field. PinOut expands the experience by progressing from table to table. There is no scoring, the bumpers just bounce you around. It's all a matter of how far you can get in the alloyed time, and picking up time bonuses. My only complaint is that it really relays on holding the ball with your flipper and precision aiming to up ramps. This is satisfying, but conversely you don't get the kinetic excitement of just pounding away at the flippers, which in PinOut seldom gets you anywhere. The soundtrack is very reminiscent of Stranger Things crossed with Ladytron. I liked that the lyrics seemed to subtly relate to the game itself. "Just enough to keep on trying, not enough to keep from dying". Physics seem spot on to me.
  • Okay game for the price

    by BlkMarZe
    Yes it's free to play but I bought the premium for the price just to give them some support since the graphics and soundtrack were cool. I'm not going to add anything to what other people have said because I haven't noticed anything else different from what they have said already: I'm going to reiterate they need to fix the physics because a lot of the time you have to do a lot of aiming no...basically you have to aim ALL of the time to progress and sometimes you hit the ball in sections where it gets stuck for 2 seconds. And since time is precious in this game as you sit there watching, waiting, and wishing you had a way to tilt the board at that point. Other than those things it's a pretty good game I'm not disappointed buying it. To me I think it's worth it to see how far you can go then choose which level you want to start from instead of say getting to the 4th board and having to start all over again, so buy it if you like pinball don't buy if you like something quick. Oh one more thing. I don't know if others had this or it may be the same thing related to the physics, so the ball "cheats". It slows down when it's near a flipper. If the developers are mainly using time as the theme of the game then that needs to be fixed just a bit. Not too much to create frustration and mass game delete off phones though.
  • Rad

    by rasterfareye
    I keep coming back to this game. Though I’ve gotten through the levels several times, it’s just so cool in all aspects. The satisfaction of getting to the end of each level and hearing the track change is sweet. Once you complete the game you can always build up time from previous levels and get farther in the last one. To those of you complaining about the game not being worth it, have you forgotten what original pinball is? It just has ONE level remember? you play it over and over for a high score. Stop being greedy and saying the 3 bucks isn’t worth it. Just because it’s so good that you want more doesn’t make it not worth it. Show some appreciation. This game is super original and well made and they’re not being greedy with any sort of additional fees or ads.
  • Very fun

    by Ewest305touch
    A fluid interface with not so realistic physics but the game is very engrossing because you easily strategize the next move as the screen zooms to the next board. Each attempt is timed so you must hit certain paths to gain time. The music keeps you engaged and it seems like it gets progressively complex as the board goes further. I am anxious to get further because of this teasing. The negs are with the ball and it's slow return on an overly long pathway that often appears as a bridge. You'll not hit the flipper hard enough sending the ball to some midway point only to find it goes backward taking its time in order to demonstrate physics. This is pretty frustrating with the time ticking away. Nonetheless, this game is a fun time killer that I'll likely purchase just to see what goodies await.


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