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Video Goodness

Welcome to the main event: Over 90 of the best arcade games from the past four decades, all in an authentic gameroom environment. Original cabinets, original gameplay and original quarter slots, just like you remember! Pull on some Pumas and terrycloth wristbands, get in your stance, and prepare to immerse yourself in the electric glow of years gone by.

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  • 1943 (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    1943

    (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1984
  • 720º

    720º

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1986
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  • Alien Vs. Predator (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Alien Vs. Predator

    (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1994
  • Area 51 (in "Area 51/Maximum Force" cabinet)

    Area 51

    (in "Area 51/Maximum Force" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1998
  • Area 51: Site 4

    Area 51: Site 4

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1998
  • Arkanoid (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Arkanoid

    (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Taito
    Release Date: 1986
  • Asteroids

    Asteroids

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1979
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  • Big Buck Hunter

    Big Buck Hunter

    Manufacturer: Incredible Technologies
    Release Date: 2000
  • Bubble Bobble

    Bubble Bobble

    Manufacturer: Taito
    Release Date: 1986
  • Burgertime

    Burgertime

    Manufacturer: Bally/Midway
    Release Date: 1982
  • Bust-A-Move Again (in "Tetris Multigame 2" cabinet)

    Bust-A-Move Again

    (in "Tetris Multigame 2" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Taito
    Release Date: 1996
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  • Capcom Vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

    Capcom Vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 2000
  • CarnEvil

    CarnEvil

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1998
    Step right up and send the undead packing! The 1998 shooter "CarnEvil" is your ticket to an anguished amusement park, resurrected from a cemetery thanks to an ancient curse. Sounds fun, right? Well, it's certainly a blast: Your firearm is your best friend as you battle wave after wave of bizarre creatures to try and defeat the mad ringmaster himself, Professor Ludwig von Tökkentäkker. Sharp shooters can collect weapon upgrades to mow down Tökkentäkker's minions with machine guns, flamethrowers and even acid rounds - sure to melt even the most gruesome ghouls like a triple-scoop of ice cream. CarnEvil's creative and colorful graphics run at a snappy 60 frames-per-second, so the action doesn't slow down even when you're mobbed by monsters. CarnEvil proved a huge hit when it was first released, and it's still one of the best arcade shooters ever made. Despite its success, CarnEvil never made it to home consoles - which just means you've got one more excuse to visit Ground Kontrol tonight! Rid Greely Valley of Tökkentäkker's curse - play CarnEvil today!
  • Centipede (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Centipede

    (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1980
  • Centipede

    Centipede

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1980
  • Championship Sprint

    Championship Sprint

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1986
  • Cruis’n Exotica

    Cruis’n Exotica

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1999
  • Crystal Castles (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Crystal Castles

    (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1983
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  • Dance Dance Revolution Extreme

    Dance Dance Revolution Extreme

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1999
  • Dig Dug

    Dig Dug

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1982
  • Donkey Kong (Pauline Edition)

    Donkey Kong (Pauline Edition)

    Manufacturer: Nintendo
    Release Date: 1981
  • Dr. Mario

    Dr. Mario

    Manufacturer: Nintendo
    Release Date: 1990
  • Dragon Blaze (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    Dragon Blaze

    (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Psikyo
    Release Date: 2000
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  • Elevator Action

    Elevator Action

    Manufacturer: Taito
    Release Date: 1987
    Enemy spies, going down! We've added Elevator Action as the latest entry in our "Raiders of the Lost Arcade" series. Released in 1987 by Taito, this is a classic arcade platforming game with some particularly satisfying shooter elements. The game starts off with a cool little cinema of a spy rappelling to the top of a tall building, which he must then descend – via the elevator, of course. Each floor is filled with enemy spies in film noir-esque outfits, who shoot at our hero on sight. To defend himself, Agent 17 (AKA Otto) can shoot, jump kick or crush his opponents with an elevator! Play it today, it may be on our floor for a limited time!
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  • Final Fight

    Final Fight

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1989
  • Frogger

    Frogger

    Manufacturer: Sega/Gremlin
    Release Date: 1981
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  • Galaga

    Galaga

    Manufacturer: Namco
    Release Date: 1981
  • Gauntlet: Dark Legacy

    Gauntlet: Dark Legacy

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 2000
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  • House Of The Dead, The

    House Of The Dead, The

    Manufacturer: Sega
    Release Date: 1997
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  • Joust

    Joust

    Manufacturer: Williams
    Release Date: 1982
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  • Killer Instinct

    Killer Instinct

    Manufacturer: Nintendo
    Release Date: 1994
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  • Marble Madness

    Marble Madness

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1984
    Race your marble through maddening mazes and avoid deadly obstacles! Will you roll over the finish line just in time, or spin out of control? Marble Madness challenges the player with a fast-paced spin on platforming gameplay that's all about quick thinking and even quicker reflexes. You control a marble tasked with navigating a pseudo-3D course from an isometric perspective, giving you a birds' eye view of the action. What starts off simple with a roll and a hop soon becomes a hectic hustle to reach each level's goal in time, as each second counts towards your score and your game time - when you're out of time, it's Game Over! Roll down and play it today!
  • Mario Bros.

    Mario Bros.

    Manufacturer: Nintendo
    Release Date: 1983
  • Maximum Force (in "Area 51/Maximum Force" cabinet)

    Maximum Force

    (in "Area 51/Maximum Force" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1997
  • Millipede (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Millipede

    (in "Multicade" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1982
  • Mortal Kombat II

    Mortal Kombat II

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1993
  • Ms. Pac-Man

    Ms. Pac-Man

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1981
  • Ms. Pac-Man

    Ms. Pac-Man

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1981
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  • NBA Jam Tournament Edition

    NBA Jam Tournament Edition

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1993
  • NFL Blitz ‘99

    NFL Blitz ‘99

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1998
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  • Pac-Man Battle Royale

    Pac-Man Battle Royale

    Manufacturer: Namco
    Release Date: 2010
  • Paperboy

    Paperboy

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1984
  • PlayChoice-10

    PlayChoice-10

    Manufacturer: Nintendo
    Release Date: 1986
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  • Q*bert

    Q*bert

    Manufacturer: Gottlieb
    Release Date: 1982
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  • Raiden II

    Raiden II

    Manufacturer: Seibu Kaihatsu/Fabtek
    Release Date: 1993
  • Rampage World Tour

    Rampage World Tour

    Manufacturer: Midway
    Release Date: 1997
  • Rival Schools: United By Fate (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Rival Schools: United By Fate

    (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1997
  • RoadBlasters

    RoadBlasters

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1987
    Drive to survive and blast away anything in your path with Atari Games' 1987 combat racer, RoadBlasters! You're a nameless road warrior piloting a futuristic vehicle, competing in a life-or-death race across the vast reaches of the post-apocalypse. Put your foot to the floor and your finger on the trigger, because your opponents don't just want to cross the finish line - they want to finish you, too! Can you steer your way to victory in the ultimate race, or will you end up in the rear view mirror? Cruise down to Ground Kontrol and find out!
  • Robotron: 2084

    Robotron: 2084

    Manufacturer: Williams
    Release Date: 1982
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  • San Francisco Rush 2049

    San Francisco Rush 2049

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1999
  • Simpsons, The

    Simpsons, The

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1991
  • Smash TV

    Smash TV

    Manufacturer: Williams
    Release Date: 1990
  • Splatterhouse

    Splatterhouse

    Manufacturer: Namco
    Release Date: 1988
    Escaping a terrible storm into a mansion seemed like a fine idea… until Rick and Jennifer are attacked by horrible creatures! Now Jennifer’s been taken into the depths of West Mansion, known to locals as “Splatterhouse”. Rick awakens to find he’s been given another chance at life, but at the price of wearing the “Terror Mask”, which transforms Rick into a superhuman demon-destroying brute! The 1988 Namco classic comes to life at Ground Kontrol in an absolutely amazing custom cabinet built by GK co-owner Clay Cowgill (working in his lab, late one night…) Splatterhouse combines classic 80′s side-scrolling action with plenty of horror movie references and gruesomely detailed graphics. Originally released in Japan, the level of gore and mature tone proved a bit too much for American arcades, and the game’s availability was extremely limited in the US. Most gamers were originally introduced to the series via the toned-down TurboGrafx-16 port or the somewhat sanitized Sega Genesis sequels, but this classic arcade version is uncensored. A few years later, ultraviolent arcade game play would become a hit with the Mortal Kombat series – but Splatterhouse’s visuals still prove more unsettling, even 25 years later! Are you brave enough to don the Terror Mask and enter Splatterhouse? Steady your shaking hands and insert a coin before it’s too late! Our custom cabinet will be on display for a limited time – stop in today!
  • Star Wars

    Star Wars

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1983
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3 (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Street Fighter Alpha 3

    (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1998
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike

    Street Fighter III: Third Strike

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1999
  • Strikers 1945 (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    Strikers 1945

    (in "Trigger Zone" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Psikyo
    Release Date: 1995
  • Sunset Riders

    Sunset Riders

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1991
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo

    Super Street Fighter II Turbo

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1994
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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1989
  • Tekken Tag Tournament

    Tekken Tag Tournament

    Manufacturer: Namco
    Release Date: 1999
  • Tempest

    Tempest

    Manufacturer: Atari
    Release Date: 1980
  • Tetris (in "Tetris Multigame 2" cabinet)

    Tetris

    (in "Tetris Multigame 2" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Atari Games
    Release Date: 1988
  • Track & Field

    Track & Field

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1983
  • TRON

    TRON

    Manufacturer: Bally/Midway
    Release Date: 1982
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  • Virtua Cop 2

    Virtua Cop 2

    Manufacturer: Sega
    Release Date: 1995
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  • X-Men (6 Players)

    X-Men (6 Players)

    Manufacturer: Konami
    Release Date: 1992
  • X-Men vs. Street Fighter (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    X-Men vs. Street Fighter

    (in "Multi-Capcom" cabinet)

    Manufacturer: Capcom
    Release Date: 1996

Pinball Badness

Behold the largest and best-maintained public pinball gameroom in the Pacific Northwest!

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  • Addams Family, The (Bally , 1992)
    The #1 selling pinball game of all time! Explore the Addams family mansion and raid treasure from the vault. Thing “lends a hand”, picking up the ball and flipping flippers for you! Special Collector's Edition adds prizes from Cousin It's Hideout.
  • Attack From Mars (Midway , 1995)
    Meet pinball's answer to those campy, broccoli-headed aliens that invaded Earth in pulp comics and toys of the 1950s. Shoot the flashing, 'spinning' saucer and bouncing, rubbery-armed Martians to save the countries of the world, then mount a counterattack on Mars itself!
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  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Williams , 1993)
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  • Champion Pub (Bally , 1998)
    Hailing from Chicago, Illinois and weighing in at 300 lbs, The Champion Pub pinball table has landed at Ground Kontrol, ready to rumble! Skip the locker room – but hit the change machine – and prepare to face 10 different pinball pugilists from around the globe! Build up your health bar by hitting the heavy bag in the center, attempting the jump rope (where your ball literally jumps up to avoid a rotating gate) or pounding the speed bag (time your flipper presses to punch the bag as many times as possible!) Once you’re fighting fit, enter the ring – and the heavy bag will rotate to reveal an animatronic boxer with his arms swinging! Shoot the ramps to light a jab combo, and shoot up the center ramps to complete it. If you flip like a butterfly and shoot like a bee, you’ll knock his block off and advance to the next rank! It’s not all about bare-knuckle brawling, though – there’s plenty more to do in this turn-of-the-century trip. Score points and an extra ball by keeping the floors clean in the Spittin’ Gallery, play a hand of poker, and make the pub go ballistic by activating Multibrawl! The Champion Pub is easily one of the most creative pinball games you’ll ever play. “Come on in & pound a few!”
  • Cirqus Voltaire (Bally/Midway , 1997)
    Marvel at the mystery of Cirqus Voltaire! Brilliant colors, lively gameplay and innovative features are the hallmarks of this late-model Williams pin. Battle the crazed ringmaster as he pops up from the playfield and captures your ball, balancing it precariously on his head! Cannon fire, a disappearing "boom balloon" bumper and death-defying high wire balancing acts all await you. WIth six different multi-ball modes, there's always something new to discover under the big top!
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  • Doctor Who (Bally , 1990)
    The seven Doctors are fleeing from the relentless Daleks, and only you can rescue them! Hit the "Time Expander" to raise it out of the playfield one level, then another(!), and complete the targets inside to enter the Time Expansion and banish the Daleks and their evil leader Davros once and for all.

    Listen to the memorable original theme music and quotes from the good Doctors as you play. Artwork includes famous scenes from the series and a talking, flashing Dalek perched atop the backbox.
  • Dr. Dude (Bally/Midway , 1990)
    Go from plain 'n lame to bad n' rad in Bally-Midway's 1990 classic, "Dr. Dude"! Get hipper with flippers and assume the role of Ben A. Glich, a mild-mannered dweeb looking to transform himself using the ingredients of "ultimate hipness": Collect a Heart of Rock 'n Roll, a Magnetic Personality, and last but not least - the Gift-O-Gab. Then, it's time to drop in to the Molecular Mixmaster and activate the Excellent Ray, a 2-ball multiball that's your chance to score millions and advance the Dude-O-Meter. Once the Dude-O-Meter reaches Super Dude, you can score in the multi-millions with the "Gazillion" shot! The game features a colorful comic-book style art steeped in 80s & 90s radness with a truly awesome backglass including a lenticular frame that shows Dr. Dude's transformation. Don't be fooled by the over-the-top attitude - this game demands seriously skillful play! Get hip, earn respect and be the envy of your friends: play Dr. Dude today!
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  • Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure (Williams , 1993)
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  • Judge Dredd (Bally , 1993)
    You are the law! Bally’s 1993 pinball Judge Dredd dares you to brave the most dangerous city ever: Mega-City One, teeming with criminals, crooks, and all types of creeps! Only one man can keep the peace: Judge Dredd! Pursue perpetrators, take down a murderous sniper, destroy a battle tank or jail someone for bad gas – the action is fast, frenetic and often hilarious! Based on the original 2000 AD comic (and not the Sly Stallone film adaptation), Judge Dredd keeps the same bizarre, dark humor of the source material and pulls no punishment. Want to skip to multiball? Drop an extra credit to activate “SuperGame”, an instant 2-ball multiball with 4 unique modes: Mad Bomber, Deadworld Attack, Traffic Jam and Prison Break. Each mode has its own objectives, and if you’re quick to light the J-U-D-G-E targets, you’ll start a 6-ball frenzy multiball! Your mission to protect and serve pinball doesn’t end there, though: Advance crime levels for your chance at a 100-million point shot! Judge Dredd is a fantastically detailed widebody “SuperPin” table released the same year as other classic widebody games like The Twilight Zone, Star Trek: Next Generation and Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure, to name a few. If you’re a fan of those games, you’ll love Judge Dredd’s unique style. Sentence yourself to an evening of fantastic pinball: Play Judge Dredd today!
  • Junk Yard (Williams , 1996)
    Relive pinball history with a trip to the Junk Yard! Crazy Bob’s bric-a-brac is your treasure as you explore the yard and collect parts to build wacky gadgets and vehicles. You’ll need a toaster gun to take on Spike the killer dog, and don’t even think about a Great Jalopy Race until you’ve got your very own junk yard jalopy. It all leads up to a final battle with Crazy Bob himself in outer space! This game’s packed with fun toys and features like Crazy Bob’s crane, the old fridge, Spike and his dog house, and of course – the Great Toilet! The attention to detail doesn’t end on the playfield, though: the video modes, sounds and animations are packed with references to classic Williams games like Attack From Mars, Creature From The Black Lagoon, and more. Each time you play Junk Yard you’re sure to see something new, so don’t throw away another minute – play Junk Yard today!
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  • Lord Of The Rings (Stern , 2003)
    As complex as the book, as fastpaced as the video game, and as pretty as the movie, Lord of the Rings pinball will become your favorite new game before you know it! Win the rings of Dwarves, Elves, and Men, forge The One Ring, then play all three movie multiball modes to destroy it. Playfield includes a giant Balrog guarding the pass to the One ring, intricate towers you can knock down with skillful shots, and over a dozen die-cast miniatures of the heroes and villains of Middle Earth.
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  • No Good Gofers (Williams , 1997)
    Golf and pinball have a lot in common if you think about it. In both games, the player tries over and over to perfect precise shots, balancing frustration and glory in a contest of man vs. gravity. While golf is played on a sprawling outdoor course, and pinball is always played indoors, both hobbies are habit forming, social, and can take years to perfect. No Good Gofers is a particularly entertaining pinball table with a fully-realized golf theme, even though it borrows more from Caddyshack than the PGA Tour. The yuks are constant in this silly, irreverent table, but the gameplay is genuine and rewarding! In No Good Gofers, the majority of the player’s efforts will be to advance holes of golf played in-game. This is accomplished by completing a few flashing “drive” shots, then sending the ball to the wide putting range zone. The main objective here isn’t terribly difficult, but playing through nine holes with a host of other modes and objectives can be a very rich round of pinball. Bud and Buzz, the loudmouthed “gofers” seen on the colorful backglass, serve as the stars of the game. The player hits their pop-up targets to lock and start multiball, and often to just silence their constant taunting. Several times throughout a game, the player will get brief chances to shoot the elusive Hole in One shot. For this, a special ramp lowers directly on to the center of the playfield, setting up a crucial shot to an upper ramp. Big points and game advancement reward this tricky, satisfying bull’s-eye! No Good Gofers is light, unintimidating, and silly enough for just about anyone to play, but also a deep, objective-oriented game that will please the most discerning pinheads. Tee up with your favorite beverage and try it today!
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  • Pirates of the Caribbean (Stern , 2006)
    The greatest pirate adventure of all time is now a pinball machine at Ground Kontrol. Sink ships and battle the Kraken to defeat Davy Jones and win the Dead Man's Chest.
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  • Red & Ted’s Road Show (Williams , 1994)
    An extreme wrecking extravaganza! Bulldoze your way across the USA through modes like Spring Break, Monster Mash, Smash The Cabs and Escape From Ohio. Red & Ted heads keep their eyes on the ball and talk to you through the magic of ‘Pinmation’ animatronics. Pull the second plunger for an awesome skill shot at Ted's mouth. Ouch! Country singer Carlene Carter provides the voice of Red, and her hit tune “Every Little Thing” plays during multiball, Jackpot, and “Super Payday” wizard modes.
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  • Scared Stiff (Bally/Midway , 1996)
    If you’ve never played this old bat from designer Dennis Nordman, you’re missing out on one of the most stylish and humorous pinball experiences of all time. It’s just loaded with cheeky innuendo and geeky in-jokes about horror movies and pinball tables!
  • Shadow, The (Bally , 1994)
    Before Brian Eddy designed the near-perfect Medieval Madness table, he lent his talents to the Williams company to produce this pinhead favorite that challenges and intrigues players with unique features. Press the second pair of cabinet buttons to move diverters and change which path the ball heads, or kick the ball up to "The Battlefield" and slide a kicking paddle left and right, bouncing the ball against targets in a real-life simulation of video games like Breakout or Arkanoid! Truly a player's table, The Shadow is all distinction and class.
  • Shrek (Stern , 2008)
  • Simpsons Pinball Party, The (Stern , 2003)
    A seemingly endless string of memorable moments and characters make The Simpsons a perfect theme for this recent table from Stern. Mayor Quimby, Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel, Comic Book Guy, Professor Frink - you name ‘em, they’re here, and they brought pinball jokes!
  • Sopranos, The (Stern , 2005)
  • South Park (Sega Pinball , 1999)
    "This pinball machine's got the farts!" Chef and the boys, Terence & Philip, and the citizens of South Park 'cut loose' with all the rude and lewd commentary you'd expect from the scathingly funny and scatological cartoon show. Flush your "salty chocolate" balls down the toilet to summon Mr. Hankey for multiball, and repeatedly kill Kenny (you b*stard!)
  • Spider-Man (Stern , 2007)
    Released in response to the recent trilogy of Spidey’s movies, this table pits the webslinger against his four most gruesome foes: The Green Goblin, Sandman, Dr. Octopus and Venom! Spider-Man is the pinnacle of modern, high-tech pinball. Both old schoolers and newcomers dig it for its deep gameplay with lots of modes and shots galore! Remember: “With great pinball, comes great replayability.”
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (Williams , 1993)
    Boldly go where no pinball player has gone before with the cast of this memorable TV series as your crew. Complete missions, battle the Borg, and explore The Final Frontier with an amazing 6-ball multiball. Make it so!
  • Star Wars Episode 1 (Williams , 1999)
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  • Tales Of The Arabian Nights (Williams , 1996)
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Williams , 1991)
    Focused, fast, and relentless like its namesake, this early '90s pin keeps things moving with an open playfield and simple layout. Fast, full-playfield loops and turnarounds send the ball directly back to the flippers for continuous action. “Ah'll be back.”
  • Theatre of Magic (Bally , 1995)
    "Stupendous displays of spellbinding power" are to be expected when you enter this game's world of illusion, where the impossible becomes reality. Watch the ball levitate, disappear, and suddenly reverse direction due to amazing unseen forces. Hit the Magic Trunk to perform tricks of your own, such as escaping from a strait jacket or safe, or juggle three balls during the many multiball modes.
  • Twilight Zone (Williams , 1993)
    You are about to enter another dimension: A dimension of space. A dimension of time. A dimension of mindblowingly awesome pinball. That’s right, the legendary Twilight Zone pinball machine exists in your dimension at Ground Kontrol! For pinball fans, Twilight Zone needs no introduction. For the uninitiated, here’s a quick run-down of just a few of its innovative and unique features:
    • A functioning “gumball” machine that vends pinballs across the table;
    • A clock that tracks your progress into the Twilight Zone;
    • An invisible “Power” you must battle using only your wits and the laws of physics; and, most infamously:
    • The “Power Ball,” a lightweight and lightning-fast mutant pinball that randomly appears on the playfield.
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  • White Water (Williams , 1993)
    Speed through raging rapids and drive Bigfoot nuts with this table's star, "Wet Willie"!