As I've said, I'm a big pinball fan, but also picky about my games. For me to enjoy a pinball game, there needs to be a decent physics model; note that I said decent, not realistic. Zen, for example, does not have realistic physics, but there is certainly a sense of weight that gives me both the ability to accurately judge and play the ball and gives me some sort of tactile response to my actions. Most, if not all, games that try to use pinball as a mechanism for something else fail me in the physics front and I end up disappointed. Rollers of the Realm and Momoga Pinball Adventures (or whatever that little rodent is called) immediately come to mind.
I'm waiting to hear a bit more ablut this game's physics. A unique twist on pinball and a puzzle game that uses pinball mechanics can be two drastically different experiences.
In the meantime, back to working on that near-impossible perfect scouting achievement on the Walking Dead table.