Nokia unveiled DaVinci Pinball on April 23rd for Nokia Windows Phones and now the game is on sale for consumers. The game is themed around Leonardo DaVinci’s inventions and sketches. The wooden table is chock full of levers, pulleys, and other era-appropriate gadgets. The inventor himself also provides vocal narration, but it's essentially a pinball game.
Be sure to read our previous coverage for more details. You can download DaVinci Pinball from the Nokia Collection on the Windows Phone Store. Originally the game had a price tag of $2.99, but today you can pick it up for just $0.99. Thanks, Dante Jiang, for the tip!
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