Stern Pinball Brings The Walking Dead to Life


Stern Pinball,  the world’s
oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball games, announced today
the availability of its Pro and Limited Edition models of AMC’s The Walking
Dead pinball machine. Inspired by the hugely popular AMC drama, the newest
Stern game brings the hit series to life on the pinball playfield.

AMC’s The Walking Dead, the most watched series among Adults 18-49, is based
on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image
Comics. The drama tells the story of the months and years after a zombie
apocalypse. Stern’s The Walking Dead pinball features everything fans would
want in a flesh-eating pinball world. Players fight to survive the zombie
apocalypse alongside series icon, Sheriff Rick Grimes, by battling zombies
and completing various game missions. The game includes multiple zombie toys
for adrenalin-filled zombie battles at familiar locations from the show such
as the Prison and Cell Block C. A brilliant high-definition zombie-filled
art package heightens the player’s excitement.

The Limited Edition (LE) version of the game offers unique special effects
such as a fish tank with illuminated sculpted zombie heads and a motorized
crossbow assembly that allows players to launch the ball anywhere in the
game. The LE mirrored back glass with exclusive art adds to the dynamic
pinball experience.

“The Walking Dead story has captured the intrigue of audiences for years –
from the popular comic books to the hit TV series. We are thrilled to serve
such a passionate fan base and to bring this game to pinball fans,” said
Gary Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball.

Pricing and Availability:

Pro Model: $5,995 (MSRP)

Limited Edition Model: $8,595 (MSRP)

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Former Producer/On-air Co-star for the Ed the Sock Show (G4, City-TV, MuchMusic)


Former Producer/On-air Co-star for the Ed the Sock Show (G4, City-TV, MuchMusic)

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