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Zen’s newest table remasters a pinball classic with Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

Grab your fedora and your leather jacket, and get ready to replay a pinball classic. Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure is coming up in 2022.

Adventures in tilt

For pinball aficionados, there are a few classic tables that get mentioned over and over. These are usually the older, more original ones, though there are a few licensed tables that pop up now and then too.

One that you might’ve seen mentioned a few times is Indiana Jones. Originally launched into arcades and pizza joints in 1993, the table featured a bunch of callbacks to the famed movies of the same name.

Now Zen Studios is bringing that hefty dose of nostalgia back, courtesy of Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure. The new table recounts the original, but also has been enhanced in ways that one Zen could manage.

From the press release:

  • “Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure” combines a fan-favorite Williams machine with everyone’s favorite adventurer – enjoy the original music, sounds, rules and look of the machine brought to the digital space for the first time.
  • Experience the table just as you remember it, with true-to-life Pro
  • Physics simulation, carefully developed by the pinball experts at Zen, using super slow-motion footage to capture flipper, rubber and ball movements to better understand and recreate pinball mechanics.
  • Discover the table in a new way with 3D effects in the ‘Enhanced’ version, including side wall art, ball trailer effects, particle effects and a whip-wielding Indiana Jones.
  • Play at home, with friends, or compete online with single-player, local multiplayer, challenge, and tournament modes.

The above will be introduced for a number of Zen’s platforms, including the newest editions, on basically all current consoles and PC. Expect the man with the hat to arrive in summer 2022.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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