Designed by esteemed pinball machine designer Brian Eddy, who returns to the craft after a 20-year break, the new collection of machines are available in three options: Pro, Premium, and a Limited Edition. The latter two feature a central screen as well as a newly-designed unique projector system, which itself is hidden away out of sight and animates a whole array of features on the table such as ramps and targets. A special magnetic ball lock system is also included, which keeps the ball hovering at a certain position, simulating Eleven’s telekinetic powers. Aside from these innovative features, the game will also feature official dialogue, sounds, and music from the first two seasons of the massively popular show, as well as created scenes using official 3D models from the production.
For a closer look and a demonstration of how the new Stern Stranger Things pinball machines work, check out the video above, or head over to Stern’s website now.
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