How To Quickly: Get Windows XP 3D Pinball In Windows 10

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Microsoft removed 3D Space Cadet Pinball when Windows Vista came out, so, how do you get it back again in Windows 10? Well watch this video or do the following:

1. Go to:
2. Run the .exe file and click “Install”
3. Pinball is now installed on your computer, launch it from the start menu or desktop.


  1. The game was included in these versions of Windows: (correct me if I'm wrong)
    Windows 95 (but it was in its sold-separately Plus pack)
    (It might have been included in) Windows NT 4
    Windows 98 (both first and second editions)
    Windows ME
    Windows 2000
    Windows XP

    but most people, including me, remember it from XP.

    Another way to get to the old Windows 2000 "Users and Passwords" panel (besides running "netplwiz" like shown in this video) is to just use the Windows "Run" prompt to run "control userpasswords2".

  2. I don't think it's a good idea to link to an executable from some random blog… They could change that link to download malware.

    Also, by the way, the XP pinball game was actually just a demo for Maxis' game "Full Tilt Pinball".

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