This really is the pinball machine you're looking for. The Star Wars universe returns to pinball for the first time since 1999, in a magnificent game designed by pinball legend Steve Ritchie, who shaped iconic pins such as Stern's own Star Trek.
The video screen built into the backbox features full video graphics & game animations that interact with physical playfield features, whilst moving toys and targets on the playfield will keep your trigger fingers warm.
Score points, shoot down enemy fighters and progress through immersive, mission-based pinball gaming like you've never experienced before. Toys on the playfield include the Death Star, with built-in lights for explosion simulation, the TIE Fighter that reacts to your strikes, and even the LED-illuminated Millenium Falcon.
Use the pinballs with speed and accuracy to target enemy ships, opponents and to travel the Hyperspace Ramp, before mounting an attack on the Death Star itself. It's just like shooting womp rats back home!
Based on the original Star Wars film trilogy, and released to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Episode VI: A New Hope in 1977, you can expect to see and hear all your favourite characters, ships and sound effects.
It also features the full, rousing John Williams soundtrack. This is a recently-announced machine and details are still coming in. We'll keep updating this listing with more news and information as we get it.
Like most of Stern's pinball machines, there are three models to choose from. Check out this handy Features Matrix to compare all three models in detail.
The LE is an exclusive, expensive edition, usually difficult to find and highly collectible. The Pro is the most economical of the range, with slightly fewer features and options. The Premium is the best of both worlds, with many of the LE's features but without the exclusivity.
Take command of your income stream with a contactless payment unit. This unit simply charges your customers for credits at the tap of a card or mobile phone, redirecting the takings to you.
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