Macworld (USA) - - iOS Central -

Why would video game pin­ball need a full gamepad? Zen Pin­ball (free) is worth ex­pe­ri­enc­ing ei­ther way, but swip­ing the Siri Re­mote’s touch­pad just doesn’t give you that sat­is­fy­ing click of fran­ti­cally jam­ming a pad­dle but­ton. Grab a gamepad and you can use the flick the trig­gers to bat the dig­i­tal ball around the dozens of avail­able boards. Zen Pin­ball is ex­cel­lent on iphone and ipad, and it’s even bet­ter on Ap­ple TV, with the same large library of orig­i­nal and li­censed ta­bles avail­able to pur­chase. You get one ta­ble free, with oth­ers—in­clud­ing many Mar­vel, Star Wars, and South Park ones—sold for $2 apiece with un­lim­ited play. But­tons just feel a lot more re­spon­sive here than Siri Re­mote swipes.

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