3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet

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3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet (3D Pinball for short, AKA: 3D Pinball Table, Microsoft Windows Pinball, Microsoft 3D Pinball) is a classic pinball game originally created for Microsoft Windows 95 (packaged with Microsoft Plus! 95) ~ Windows XP, developed by Cinematronics (David Plummer) using C language, and published by Maxis Software in 1995. Space Cadet is one of the tables of Full Tilt! Pinball.

As a small game with keyboard operation attached to Windows, 3D Pinball appeared as one of the attached games in Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows 2000 and Windows XP (32-bit) operating systems. On Windows 95, users can add this game by installing the Microsoft Plus! extension package. Windows XP (64-bit), Windows Vista and subsequent operating systems have removed this game due to compatibility issue (a collision detection bug). Fortunately, even if you’re using Windows 10, you can still run this game without any problems.

The mission of this game is to win as many points as possible by hitting buffers, targets and flags with a steel ball (on behalf of the role of a space fleet member), and complete missions to increase player’s rank. The game is divided into 9 levels, denoting by titles (Cadet, Ensign, Lieutenant, Captain, Lieutenant Commander, Commander, Commodore, Admiral, and Fleet Admiral). The lowest military rank is cadet, the highest is five-star general. Only after selecting and completing a series of missions can you move to the next level. The higher the military rank you are in, the higher the bonus points you can get. Start with 3 balls and cadet level, no matter how skilled you are, and try your best to win more balls and raise your military rank when you play.

// Default Controls //

  • Left Flipper: Z
  • Right Flipper: /
  • Left Table Bump: X
  • Right Table Bump: .
  • Bottom Table Bump: Up
  • Plunger: Space

// Cheating Codes //

Before Game
Bonus Ball Input before firing the ball: 1max

*** Tested working on Windows 2000/XP+

Unlimited Balls Input before firing the ball: bmax

*** Tested working on Windows 2000/XP+

*** The extra ball will appear in the place of the yellow swirling stars.

Activate Gravity Well Input before firing the ball: gmax

*** Tested working on Windows 2000/XP+

Immediate Promotion Input before firing the ball: rmax

*** In this case, you won’t get any points.

Debug Mode In game, type “hidden test” to enable the debug mode, then press the following key to achieve the corresponding purpose (note: just input it directly, including the space):

  • Mouse – Drags the ball
  • H – Edits your score
  • M – Displays the current memory usage
  • R – Upgrade
  • Y – Displays the frame rate in the title bar
  • B – Get a new ball immediately
F12 Low fuel
F11 Add a multiple
In Game
High Scores Press “H” in game

*** The second place will show a billion points

Immediate Promotion Press “R” in game

// Download URLs //

License Download Size
Free game 1.02 MB

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