Stern Introduces First Official Star Wars: The Mandalorian Pinball Machine

This is the way…to pinball wizardry. After two seasons, and becoming a bona fide pop-culture phenomenon, the latest and least divisive live-action Star Wars has spawned The Mandalorian pinball machine. It features a custom sculpted Grogu, the Razor Crest, and images of every major character to appear in the show. Save one. (No prizes for guessing which one.) Additionally, the machine comes in pro, premium, and deluxe modes. Naturally, the premium and deluxe versions featuring a tilting upper level with additional paddles. Moreover, all versions feature newly recorded dialogue by Carl Weathers as Greef Carga. And it wouldn’t feel like The Mandalorian without Ludwig Goransson’s familiar theme.

Here’s a video showcasing some of the features and visuals:

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From the official announcement: “Prepare for battle on the gravity-changing, rotating Encounter upper mini playfield available on the Premium and Limited Edition models. This innovative, motorized rotating playfield is packed with six stand-up targets, lights, and two full-size flippers for high intensity pinball action.

Watch out for ambushes! Like the Mandalorian seen in the series, players can be ambushed by enemy forces. A dynamic inner loop shot activates an up/down horseshoe scoop ramp for fast, repeatable precision shooting, creating tense experiences on the Premium and Limited Edition models.

Players can navigate their way to multiball mayhem by hitting a unique hanging uplift target attached to a custom molded Razor Crest ship. Success in hitting the target qualifies a center ramp shot on the Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition models.

Only 750 limited-edition machines will be available. The limited edition version includes an exclusive full color mirrored backglass inspired by Beskar armor, iconic custom cabinet artwork, custom high gloss powder-coated pinball armor, a custom designer autographed bottom arch, exclusive inside art blades, upgraded audio system, anti-reflection pinball playfield glass, shaker motor, a sequentially numbered plaque, and Certificate of Authenticity.”

Most cabinets will probably end up in bars and arcades. But for anyone who wants to buy one, they range from $6,199 (pro model) to $9,199 (limited edition). That’s a lot for a Christmas present, but December’s still 7 months away.

Do you want to play Mandalorian pinball? Take a look at more photos in the gallery below, and let us know your thoughts in comments.

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