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Looking for OLD OLD game and it's name

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#1 jpkeaton


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Posted 27 December 2008 - 10:14 PM

Used to have a game on my first computer (mid-90's). The computer ran windows 3.1 - I think? The game may have been DOS. It was named Paragon but I think the person who installed it may have renamed it to that, because I cannot find it anywhere. It had pinball-type flippers (starting the ball) at various points in each level. The object was to collect the required "stuff" (swords, jewels, cups, etc.) then get past these "electrical charges" and get your ball into a black hole which took you to the next level. If you hadn't collected everything, the hole spit the ball back out. Some of the levels had wood planks for background, some had stone-type backgrounds.

If anyone can help with the real name or where to even look for this game, I would really appreciate it!

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