If only the very best will do, it can only be the Stern Limited Edition Guardians of the Galaxy pinball machine. This is the real thing - the most exclusive, most rare version of this machine in existence.
Manufactured in a run limited to just 600 units, each is numbered with a unique serial plate and has been autographed by John Borg, the game designer. It also includes a certificate signed by Stern CEO Gary Stern. Many have already sold to the most discerning collectors in all of pinballdom. And now it's your chance to own this incredible machine as a reconditioned example.
Sharing many of the same playfield features as the Premium, even the most experienced pinball wizards will be kept busy. The large Groot head swallows and spits balls when multiball is activated, and the moving Rocket figure recoils from gunfire.
Groot's arms hang over the playfield menacingly, and the Orb toy opens and closes, revealing the Infinity Stone glowing inside. Triple magnets under the playfield confuse and disrupt ball travel, and a built-in shaker motor means you can feel every impact through your fingertips.
The playfield looks great, thanks to the ultra-bright hand-drawn graphics by Christopher Franchi. Franchi's artwork also decorates the outer cabinet. The LE also includes mirrored backglass details and art blades finish the machine off beautifully.
Switch the machine on and enjoy the striking light and sound display, thanks to RGB LEDs all round and a powerful stereo sound system. Immerse yourself fully in the Guardians of the Galaxy universe.
As usual, Guardians of the Galaxy is made in three versions; Pro, Premium and Limited Edition. This version, the LE, is the most advanced and collectible (and the rarest!).
The Pro version is the entry-level model, and lacks some of the features found in the others. The Premium version falls somewhere in the middle, with more features than the Pro, but without the exclusivity of the LE. Expand the Features Matrix to decide which one is best for you.
This pinball machine was originally released to the arcade, public house and amusement trade industry.
It was originally used in this type of commercial environment. When you place your order with Liberty Games, we will take the game out of storage and put it on the shop floor at our HQ in Epsom, London, where our technicians will fully recondition the game.
This process involves our technical staff fully testing all the component parts to ensure it is in fully working order as well as cleaning the machine and making any repairs that may be needed. As this is a previously used product please be aware that there will be signs of cosmetic wear evident when it is viewed.
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