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Why do pinball machines/games have a nudge/shake/bump feature?
I've been playing a lot of iPhone pinball games recently, and I've noticed that almost all pinball games have some sort of a "bump", or a "shake", or a "nudge" feature within them. I've also seen the ...
Jan 5 '13 at 21:05
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