Star Wars 7-Themed Zen Pinball Tables Revealed
Use the Force.
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Some of the film's main characters, including Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron, will be featured on the tables, which themselves boast "all-new table-transforming environment mechanics," Zen said in a news release.
Using this "transforming" mechanic, players will get to virtually visit scenes from the movie and try their hand at twelve "action-packed story modes taking you through its most thrilling moments."
There are two tables included with the Force Awakens Pack, both of which are called Might of the First Order. The first puts players in control of the First Order, "tasked with extending its power to many planets in the galaxy."
The second sports a two-level playfield.
"You must use the special ball-lock system on Kylo Ren's playfield to crush the Resistance, as well as the ability to control your own Star Destroyer with the help of a special magnetic upside-down ramp!" Zen said.
Both tables come with art, character models, and sounds pulled directly from the film.
The two tables be sold together starting January 12 through the Force Awakens pack for $5 across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. You can also buy them individually on Mac ($3) or through the iOS and Android versions for $2 each, according to Polygon.
For a closer look at the new tables, click through the images in the gallery below.
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