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What is Pinball 2000? It's the next generation of Pinball machines that
use projected images right on the playing field. Produced by Williams
Electronics, the very first one is called "Attack From Mars"
with the second one based on the Star Wars Movies! This page is devoted
to one of the most exciting technologies in the Arcade industry to come
out in a long time.
Sadly, Williams have announced that they have shut down their pinball
division, despite the success of the p2k series, but hopefully, someone
else will pick up the technology.
The Star Wars machine was released to huge critical success, and is still
one of the top pinball machines out on the circuit today. This section
is for all you pinball 2000 fans who can't get enough information on one
of the biggest releases to ever hit the pinball industry.
We are always looking for any material on Pinball 2000. If you have seen
some material that is not found here, wish to contribute, or you wish
to be a member of the GameSurge "family", please Email
though information is a little scarce on the last Williams machine
made, we sure do have a lot of pictures though of this awesome looking
Ranging from hardware, to playing field shots, to the various video
modes, we have the largest collection of SW:E1 pictures and images
on the web today, including some rara and hard to find images.
we have a review of the game. Written by ,
you can find what he has to say about this great pinball machine.
"This game has awesome holo-graphic scenes from the movie,
which look almost as good as the movie itself! There's a scene where
Jar-Jar hits all of those things, and knocks them down, and also the
battle in space with young Anakin Skywalker, in the Naboo Fighter.
I think that the best cut scene is the one with the Gungans. "
Listen to the sounds of Star Wars Episode one, with downloaded wav files
for your listening pleasure.
Tournament Mode - First insert coins for a game,then Press and Hold the
2 flipper buttons. It should show a screen saying tournament mode. Now
just press Start to begin.
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