The 3D Pinball Space Cadet is one of the built-in games that comes in Windows XP, together with Minesweeper and solitaire. However, as new OS arrived, Microsoft decided to remove the game from the later version of Windows due to a bug on Windows Vista. Since then players are looking ways on how to bring back these games on 2020. If you’re one of those players that are hooked on this mini-games and try to live through those nostalgia moment, here are some ways to play this game on Windows 10.
The 3D Pinball Space Cadet is an arcade pinball game that was developed by Cinematronics and published by Maxis on 1995. The game comes free as a demo version on Windows 95 Plus, NT, ME, 2000 on Windows XP.
Copy of the Game from Windows XP
The good thing is, the previous copy of the game from Windows XP will run smoothly on Windows 10 without any problem or bugs. So basically, if you have a copy of Windows XP either from your old laptop or desktop, you can just simply copy the installation directory of the 3D Pinball Space Cadet, transfer it to USB drive and run it to your Windows 10.
You can find the installation directory of the 3D Pinball at C:\Program Files\Windows NT\Pinball\.
Download 3D Pinball
If you don’t have Windows XP and don’t want to run those workaround above. You can just simply download these file from our website.
You can download the Windows XP copy of 3D Pinball Space Cadet at:
- https://space.gamingph.com/pinball.zip (1.26 MB)
The copy above comes from the fresh install of Windows XP.
How to Run 3D Pinball
To run the game on your Windows 10, just extract the zipped files if you downloaded it from our server. Then just double click the PINBALL.EXE.
This game will also works on Windows 7.
MD5 File Checksum
For reference and file verification, below are the MD5 file checksum of all DLL, MID, DAT and EXE files:
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That’s it guys! What is your highest score on the game? Let us know in the comment section.