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The Force Awakens Tabletop Pinball Game

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  • Want to see this in action? Check out the following video! I must admit that the sound and light effects are nothing short of impressive, especially considering that this pinball machine was created 20 years ago. In these two decades, the Star Wars pinball machine was featured in newspapers, magazines and pinball references books. Ultimately, this pinball machine represents a very important piece of geeky history.

    The aforementioned database should be consulted for more technical details regarding this pinball machine. It’s really fascinating that such databases exist, and I’m rather sure that they are made by geeks for geeks. The page dedicated to the Star Wars pinball machine includes documentation, a list of ROMs, as well as audio files. Not at last, a Star Wars rulesheet is included, along with a great number of images, taken from various angles and at different zoom levels.

  • Currently on is the fully restored and working original Star Wars pinball machine. If this wasn’t collectible enough it will also be signed by the original Darth Vadar, Dave Prowse with a message of your choice.

    The Star Wars pinball machine was created in December 1992, so there are still a few months left till the exact anniversary. According to the , 10,400 such units were built by Data East Pinball, Incorporated. The machine was designed by John Borg, with artwork by Markus Rothkranz. The music and sound effects were handled by Brian Schmidt, while Neil Falconer and Lonnie D. Ropp developed the software. The 2 flippers and 4 bumbers are this pinball machine’s most notable features, from a mechanical point of view. Of course, geeks will see past that, as the main theme is one of the most important sci-fi flicks in history.

    Updated at 7:48 p.m., Wednesday, March 26, 2008

    Star Wars pinball machine available at Blaisdell show

    Advertiser Staff

    A working original Star Wars pinball machine, old comics and aloha shirts will be among the thousands of memorabilia items up for sale at Sunday's "Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show" at Blaisdell Center's Hawai'i Suites from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    All items are 20 years or older and the show features 91 tables and 70 vendors. General admission is $4 and $2 for children 7-11 years of age.

  • Updated at 7:48 p.m., Wednesday, March 26, 2008

    Star Wars pinball machine available at Blaisdell show

    Advertiser Staff

    A working original Star Wars pinball machine, old comics and aloha shirts will be among the thousands of memorabilia items up for sale at Sunday's "Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show" at Blaisdell Center's Hawai'i Suites from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    All items are 20 years or older and the show features 91 tables and 70 vendors. General admission is $4 and $2 for children 7-11 years of age.

    This is by far the best use of Legos we’ve seen all year! Someone name (who is way cooler than you or me) built a working Star Wars themed pinball machine entirely of Lego. The details are great on this too- from the R2-D2 spinner thing (that’s probably not the technical term, correct me please pinball geeks!), to the Death Star bumper, to the clear piece covering Jabba the Hutt’s underground lair.

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