…happened this past week, on April 8, 2008. If you like pinball–or even if you don’t, but are the kind of person who enjoys learning about how things get built–please go check out the film’s official web site. And now at the low price of $20, this thing is priced to move. Pick up your copy now! (That is, if you want to…but I really think you’ll like it.)
Lots of reviews over the past couple of weeks. A few of my favorites:
- Pete Croatto’s review at Home Media Magazine gives the perspective of the non-pinball player. (“…smart and fun, while never making us think that we’re wasting our time on a niche subject…it’s impossible not to stay interested.”)
- Glenn Turner’s review over at The New Gamer tells it from the video game player’s point of view.
- Khoi Vinh’s review at Subtraction.com watches the film through the eye of a designer.
- Finally, an interview with Simon Carless at GameSetWatch gives me a chance to try to sound important, discussing how and why I made TILT.