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Stern Pinball Announces Jurassic Park Pin

A dinosaur-themed pinball machine for the home.

License Global

October 12, 2021

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Stern Pinball has announced the debut of Jurassic Park Pin, a new pinball machine designed and engineered for the home.     

Jurassic Park Pin immerses players in a pinball journey based on the film “Jurassic Park” from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment. The Jurassic Park Pin features an interactive, custom-sculpted T. Rex. Players will battle against the Spinosaurus by bashing a captive ball and corral raptors in their enclosed pen with precision shooting. The game also includes metal ramps, spinners and physical drop targets and all-LED playfield lighting synced to the “Jurassic Park” theme music.  

"’Jurassic Park’ is an iconic film featuring something we all love … dinosaurs,” says Gary Stern, chairman, chief executive officer, Stern Pinball. “The Jurassic Park Pin is designed to provide quality family entertainment and bring pinball fun to homes everywhere. This game will be an incredible addition to any home!" 

The Jurassic Park Pin is available to pre-order now through authorized Stern Pinball distributors and dealers around the world.  

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