Olaf Lubeck

3-Ball Deluxe

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

This is another pinball game where you play 3 balls simultaneously, created with the Pinball Construction Set and published in PCS Club Disk #38.

4 Aces Pinball

4 Aces Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1984

Known as both 4 Aces Pinball and Poker of Aces, this pinball table, created with the Pinball Construction Set features a playing card motif. Score more points that your opponent or exceeding your personal best is the goal of this game. It is up to you to keep the ball in the field by bouncing it against the buffers and hitting the targets to score as many points as possible. Try to send the ball into the side corridor where the word POKER appears, to ear bonus points and hit as many targets as possible before you lose all 5 balls. Published in Italy as Poker D'Assi in the Supplementi...

AC/DC Pinball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Pinball Construction Set is considered the first construction set game that launched the concept and genre. Construct a pinball game by dropping parts onto the table (or alter the table itself). Alter world physics like gravity, bounce, kick, and speed. Paint custom backboards. Wire together targets for specials and bonus points. Finally, save creations for later, or generate a self-loading version of the table to distribute to friends (original program not needed to play). This is one of the constructions of that set. Based on the Band AC\DC and with a rock musical theme.

Apple Panic

Apple Panic

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

Apple Panic is a platform game based on the arcade game Space Panic (1980, Universal). You control a digger, armed with his shovel, and you must kill your opponents - the evil legged apples. Your character can only walk left/right and climb up/down the ladders - no jumping - and if the apples touch you, you'll lose. To kill an apple you must dig a hole on the ground and wait for one of them to get stuck on it. Then you must hit it with your shovel to make it fall to the level below. The apples die if they fall deep enough. Depending on their color, they may require from 1 to 3-level...

Aw-Somi: The Inner Sanctum

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1991

Released on PCS Club Disk #22. Created with The Pinball Construction Set.

Brick Yard

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1991

Brick Yard is a pinball game developed by Charles M. Duncan using Olaf Lubeck's Pinball Construction Set. It was published as part of PCS Club Disk #20 in 1991.

The Cold Shower

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1990

The Cold Shower is a pinball game developed by Charles M. Duncan using Olaf Lubeck's Pinabll Construction Set. It was released in the following: - Pcs Club Disk #07 - Stonysoft #1730

Commodore Force Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1985

Commodore Force Pinball was a four player pinball game created with the Pinball Construction Set and was released as a homebrew game to the PCS Fan Club community in 1985.

Double Trouble II

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1989

Created with the Pinball Construction Set and published on the PCS Club Disk #06, and in Stonysoft #1729, this pinball simulation was created by CMD, a Swedish PCS club member.

Double Trouble III

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1990

Created using the Pinball Construction Set this was a follow-up and improvement on the first two games in the series and was published in PCS Club Disk #08, and in Stonysoft #1731.

Double Trouble Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1987

Created with the Pinball Construction Set by Russco.

Invision

Invision

Commodore 64 - Released - 1993

Originally created with the Pinball Construction set, this C64 "Pinball Game" was published in PCS Club Disk #40 and in Commodore Format 1993/07 (Issue #34). The board utilizes pinball bumpers and features that disappear when not being hit\used, for an extra level of difficulty.

Lane X

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1991

Lane X (also spelled as Lane 'X') is a pinball game made using Olaf Lubeck's PCS (PinballConstruction Set in 1992) The actual person(s) responsible for this particular PCS game are not known, however it was released on PCS Club Disk #28, which was circulated by a group that made public domain PCS games in the late 1980s-early 1990s.

Magnetic II: Rad Vibes

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1989

Published in the PCS Club Disk #06, and also in Stonysoft #1729, this is the sequel to the Magnetic Pinball "table", with a bump up in action and a few surprises.

Magnetic III: The Disk Bust

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1990

The final entry in the Magnetic Pinball trilogy (but possibly not the last), with this table offering more magnetism than ever before. Published in PCS Club Disk #08, and also in Stonysoft #1731.

Magnetic Pinball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A pinball game created in Pinball Construction Set and published in the PCS Club Disk #02, and in Stonysoft #1725

Night

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1983

Night is a pinball game created with the Pinball Construction Set.

The Nightmare

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1987

The Nightmare is a pinball game for up to 4 players (alternating turns). It was created by SJF using Olaf Lubeck's Pinball Construction Set.

Octagon Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1986

in this table fire off your pinball and enter the Octagon! Created with the Pinball Construction Kit.

Oddball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Another fun pinball table created by the venerable CMD and published in the PCS Club Disk #01 and also in Stonysoft #1724.

Oddball II: Levity Now

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

A pinball table intended to make you smile and the follow up to the original Oddball table. This one was published in PCS Club Disk #14.

The Outer Reaches

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1991

The Outer Reaches is a science fiction themed pinball game for the Commodore 64. It was developed by J.P. using Olaf Lubeck's Pinball Construction Set in 1991. It was released as part of PCS Club Disk #28.

Petaco'5

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - March 16, 2016

Released at the Commodoremania 2016 Compo and placing sixth in the Mixed Game Competition there. This outstanding set of 5 pinball tables, created with the Pinball Construction Set are somehow crammed into a single disk.

Pinball Construction Set

Pinball Construction Set

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Pinball Construction Set is considered the first construction set game that launched the concept and genre. Construct a pinball game by dropping parts onto the table (or alter the table itself). Alter world physics like gravity, bounce, kick, and speed. Paint custom backboards. Wire together targets for specials and bonus points. Finally, save creations for later, or generate a self-loading version of the table to distribute to friends (original program not needed to play). Comes with 4 pre-made Pinball sets for inspiration and instant gaming fun!

Pinball Construction Set

Pinball Construction Set

Atari 800 - Released - 1983

Pinball Construction Set is considered the first construction set game that launched the concept and genre. Construct a pinball game by dropping parts onto the table (or alter the table itself). Alter world physics like gravity, bounce, kick, and speed. Paint custom backboards. Wire together targets for specials and bonus points. Finally, save creations for later, or generate a self-loading version of the table to distribute to friends (original program not needed to play). Comes with 4 pre-made Pinball sets for inspiration and instant gaming fun!

Pinball Wizard (PCS)

Commodore 64 - Released - February 18, 1988

A version of Pinball Wizard created using the Pinball Construction Set and released by Gonzo Weird (GZW) in response to the Sagittarian version. The intent was to make a game that was more in line with the far superior Amiga version of the game.

Pirat Club

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

A pinball table created with the Pinball Construction Set by DAG. Not sure if DAG was a poor speller or if the name refers to a group or BBS. But it has some nice pirate themed play and a super score for lighting all entryway lights.

Power Pinball

Commodore 64 - Released - 2000

A pinball table created by Joshua Derocher using the Pinball Construction Set and published in Loadstar #199.

Rainbow Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

A custom pinball table created with the Pinball Construction Set.

Red Alert

Red Alert

Apple II - Released - 1981

Once again the world is on Red Alert - the aliens are coming and try to destroy everything! Good thing the player is on the case to command the defense line, the Van Apple Rediation Belt. This belt is a red shield placed above five building. Every alien bomb destroys a part of the shield and every part (one pixel width) can take two hits. If a building is underneath the destroyed part, the next bomb makes it go boom and its positive influences are lost. The player controls a crosshair over the screen to mark the goal for the two meanie blasters. The other buildings are a radar (improves the...

Red Dragon

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A dragon themed pinball table created by S.J.F. using the Pinball Construction Set and published in the PCS Club Disk #40.

Star Blazers (PCS)

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 1987

A C64 Pinball table with a Star Blazers theme created with the Pinball Construction Set and published in PCS Club Disk #38.

Star Trek Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

A pinball table with a Klingon vs. United Federation of Planets theme created with the Pinball Construction Set.

Turbo Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - December 4, 1995

Released on several name, Basic Pinball, Turbo Pinball and David Midnight Magic's Pinball #666, this pinball table, created with the Pinball Construction Set was released in 1995.

USA Pinball

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

A patriotically themed pinball table.

ZZTop

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

ZZTop is a pinball game inspired by the famous blues rock group. It was made by Bishop using Olaf Lubeck's Pinball Construction Set. It was released on Pcs Club Disk #39.

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