My New Favourite Way To Play Pinball On Switch

Today’s release of Zen Star Wars Pinball for the Nintendo gave me an idea. I’ve been playing my docked and connected to this cool little portable 15.6-inch Viotek monitor, and Zen’s pinball support vertical , so what if we turn the portable monitor on its side? Perfection.

There are plenty of full size monitors out there capable of being rotated from landscape to portrait , but I don’t have a lot of space. And yeah, I could just play the Switch in handheld , turning it on its side, as demonstrated earlier year by my boss and in 2017 by me, but my eyes aren’t what they used to be and that 15cm screen isn’t exactly spacious. The slim, tablet-like portable monitor is the perfect solution.

OK, maybe not the perfect solution for screenshots, but for playing in tate mode (tate is Japanese for vertical), especially on highly-detailed pinball tables like the 19 included in the $59 Star Wars Pinball package, the extra screen size is exquisite.

Incidentally, I did not realise Zen Studios had made so many Star Wars tables. I must have missed a few during hospital stays, or maybe I just wasn’t excited enough by the newer movies to be excited by the tie-ins. I may not know what the hell the… of Mimbam? Mimban? Whatever. I don’t know what it is, but the pinball table based on it is fun to play. If you’re into Star Wars and pinball, the game is definitely worth checking out. Zen’s added a career mode and all sorts of online and offline challenges to the bundle, giving all this pinball a purpose.

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Meanwhile, I have given it a place. It’s a place that will be shared by any number of other pinball games, as well as vertical scrolling shooters and whatever else supports the mode. I’ve launched my own vertical.

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