Well not that anyone should care, but since i could not find this game anywhere online, I decided to look for my old CD and since i finally found it, i decided to share the goodness with you.
It's a Sierra Game, the full name is 3D Ultra Pinball - Fastest Pinball in Space
The newer versions of this game such as Thrill Ride and Creep night are still around but not this version. For some reason it's very hard to find this game. I like pinball as much as the next guy but who need a million tables and fancy graphics? This does the job. You know what I'm not good at sales Pitching, I'll let this dude explain the game.
"This is the first of Sierra's pinball games, and as such it is quite good. The spaceport theme is well thought out, with futuristic hangers and buildings on a barren sandy planet somewhere. The plunger is some sort of launch platform, and the science-fiction theme is convincing. The table has various targets to aim for, including a glider and the main entrance to the spaceport.
There are some novel ideas here however, I especially like the teleport - the ball disappears from one location only to materialise elsewhere; this is convincingly done and adds an element of suspense as to just where the ball will reappear. Equally, the calm cool female voice announcing shots is a nice touch.
Overall, this pinball simulation was excellent. The outstanding feature in the game is the graphics. As you get more and more points on one of the three pinball tables available to you, you are able to carry out specific tasks (e.g build a mine). When the mine is built, after you achieve certain challenges beforehand, you will actually be able to see the mine in action throughout the rest of the game. I also liked the fact that the tables available are not just average pinball tables with a pair of flippers at the bottom. They are brilliantly designed and have themes such as a space station or a colony on Mars. The tables also have many buildings and levels on which make the game more fun. "
My CD was a bit scratched but after turning it into an ISO, I was surprised no errors came up and it still worked! This ISO was tested and the game works in VirtualBox
It's a very fun game once you get into it, easy to get exciting high scores and not to hard to figure out the patterns. I will seed for as long as i can, but if no one needs it then i will stop seeding and store it for later.
Should work for XP and Vista. Also works under WINE for Linux with some workarounds, see here http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=7152&iTestingId=59661
but besides that. Enjoy the game!
Details: Includes music and videos.
Straight CD Copy.
Simple as that.