A game played on a device in which the player operates a plunger to shoot a ball down or along a slanted surface having obstacles and targets, often equipped with flippers to keep the ball in play.(noun)
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Use "pinball" in a sentence
"Further "pinball" is a pretty implausible inspiration for a naming a show that has no connection whatsoever to pinball."
"“I think it’s tragic,” said Roger Sharp, director of marketing for WMS Gaming, formerly Williams, once a leader in pinball and video games, now a leader in slot machines."
"The Escapist runs an article about the "old video games," namely pinball machines."