Simpsons Pinball Party Machine by Stern
The Simpsons Pinball Party is inspired by an animated series called The Simpsons that airs on the Fox network. The game is believed to be some of the more intricate rules sheets ever developed to be used in a pinball game, with the ability to stack different modes and multi-balls over each one. The “Super Super Mega Extreme Wizard Mode” is a huge number of shots to be taken, and only a handful have reached the level.
The goal of The Simpsons Pinball Party is to assist the residents of Springfield in enjoying themselves like there’s no time for it. The game has a talking Homer head and Bart skating on skateboards attached to a feature ball that can be held and Itchy and Scratchy drop targets, and Comic Book Guy. The garage door of The SIMPSONS’ home leads to the second playfield, which is home to the dot matrix colour television and a monorail that transports the ball around the playfield and a couch filled up with three pinballs, which initiates multi-ball.
Simpsons Pinball Party Machine Features;
Upper Mini-Playfield. Flippers (5). Targets to drop (3). Multiball (3 balls and 5 balls). Captive Ball (1). Bumper caps resemble the shapes of cooling towers used in nuclear power plants. Auto-plunger/manual-plunger arrangement.
Playfield Toys: Homer’s head is moved across the playfield with lamps inside. Itchy & Scratchy figures. Comic Book Guy figure. Bart figure. Television — a 3-colour digital LED dot matrix display. The living room “couch” (3 ball locks) is located on the upper part of the playfield.