Ok, so after some tweaking I am finally playing this lovely pinball and would like to share my thoughts.
I am from Italy and this is the second pinball I own (first in a long time). I have never played pinball a lot, only occasionally. But recently developed an interest in it.
Initially the pin was not correctly leveled - an awful experience, also considering Dracula is already very hard itself. After leveling, the experience improved a lot. My record is just above 1 billion (3 balls, default settings, short lightning flippers), but I have to say that the game is very often very frustrating - sometimes an entire game last less than a minute, with all 3 balls draining almost immediately and the score like 15 millions.
I noticed that when I play with great attention and effort, the performance immediately improves a lot. But if I play casually, hoping for some luck, this pin punishes you immediately - brutally and fast. Even starting lots of games in a row without the proper calm attitude always ends in endless ridiculously low scores.
So, in the end, I think this pin is really demanding and requires great attention and skills. Still, I think the outlanes very often punish you too much. When playing very focused this issue decreases significantly, but still I would prefer more narrow outlanes. Being a newbie owner, I have a question: is there a way to reduce the outlanes in some way? Is there any specific gadget for this purpose? Do you think is worthed for a non-super pro player to use regular flippers instead of lighting ones?