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American Dragon: Jake Long - Jake's Inferno Pinball

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Title Screen

American Dragon: Jake Long - Jake's Inferno Pinball

Also known as: los Padrinos Mágicos: Flipper Mágico (SP)
Developer: Sarbakan Game Studio
Platform: Adobe Flash

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Unused Graphic

Sprite 319 (Sprite 296 in Flipper Mágico) consists of what seems to be part of an early instructions sequence. In Jake's Inferno Pinball, the objects are positioned off-screen.


(Source: tikal.)

Unused Text

In the original release, the scripts in Frame 113, which are related to the game's highscore menu, reference the game as "American Dragon - Dragon Master Pinball". This might have been an early name for the game.

(Source: tikal.)

Regional Differences

A Latin American Spanish-language version of the game is known to exist, in which it was rebranded as a The Fairly OddParents game, under the title Flipper Mágico (Magical Pinball).

  • The "portal" located at the top of the first playfield has a different shape in Flipper Mágico. This affects its hitbox, which is, in turn, smaller.
Jake's Inferno Pinball Flipper Mágico
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  • The Flipper Mágico release does not have a proper title screen. Upon loading, the game redirects to the instructions sequence, and then to the gameplay, in which the title is displayed.
  • The Flipper Mágico release does not have any buttons in the instructions and game over screen. As such, for the former, the sequences cannot be skipped, and for the latter, the game cannot be manually restarted (instead, the game automatically restarts after waiting a couple seconds).