I have an eleven year old autistic son. Among his many challenges is a problem with eye tracking - he has difficulty following a baseball thrown through the air, for example. Besides visits with eye therapists, video games are good for everyday vision exercise except that he is completely uninterested in (and probably intimidated by) all video games. Imagine my surprise when I learned that he enjoys pinball! Pinball makes for excellent vision therapy that he is motivated to perform.
I purchased "Hurricane" because of the large looping ramp that would force him to track a silver ball through a large sweeping trajectory. But Clay Harrell pointed out that the game also has a cluttered upper field, making for a tight mid/lower field that can be too fast. He gave the example of "Black Knight" as a particularly unsuitable pin for my son due to its very close-quartered (fast) dual playfields.
What pin (from any era) is somewhat slow and with a long, open playfield that my son can use to build up his eye tracking skills? It would be nice if this pin were somewhat reliable and popular enough that I have a chance of finding one on Craigslist. He likes the Xbox/PS3 versions of "Big Shot" and "Black Hole" (but video game equivalents are less desirable as visual exercises since they do not have actual depth that forces the player to constant refocus the eyes).
I appreciate any input that the community can provide.