AC/DC Pinball Machine Available

AC/DC Pinball Machine Available
Stern Pinball, Inc., the only maker of real pinball machine games announced the availability of the AC/DC pinball machine. The AC/DC pinball machine allows players to experience the power of rock and roll with their own two hands. Players will be able to rock out to 12 classic AC/DC hits including "Back In Black," "Highway To Hell" and "You Shook Me All Night Long." Other exciting game features include two separate ramps, a lower play field, ball shooting cannon, eight drop targets, a mechanized Hell's Bell and animations of the AC/DC band. Players can also join the party with a TNT detonator and the Devil's Jukebox. This tribute to one of rock and roll's most memorable bands pushes the auditory limits with its sound, style and infectious riffs. The AC/DC machine is designed to rock.

Pricing and Availability:
The AC/DC pinball machine is available today from $5699 - $8499.
Pro Version: $5699 MSRP
Premium Version: $7699 MSRP
Limited Edition Version: $8499 MSRP
To learn more about The AC/DC pinball machine and Stern Pinball, visit www.sternpinball.com.

Comments (3)

AC/DC has always(in my mind)been the best rock-n-roll band ever to hit the airwaves. I still rock out to them and now my 2 young sons rock out to them as well. Thanks AC/DC for giving us the best rock music EVER!!!!

Amazing pinball! The best rock music ever.

So they did 4 versions of this pinball machine. A "pro" version. (basically the base model...coin operated street version) then the Premium (has most of what the LE versions have but not the fancy laser cut rails and LE artwork, and is had unlimited production) Then they did 2 LE or Limited Edition models. 250 TOTAL PRODUCTION of the "Back In Black" LE, and 200 TOTAL PRODUCTION of the "Let There Be Rock" LE model. I am a local Chicago area distributor for Stern and I managed to get my hands on a few of the low number units. I have kept one of these for my collection and it is a GREAT playing game and has INCREDIBLE sound for a pinball machine!!! All LE models are numbered with a plaque and come with special documentation and a certificate of authenticity. They also have MANY MORE FEATURES that the pro and LE. They also have a lower "mini" playfield below the main playfield. See links below.

I have ONE left to sell is anyone is interested. It is unit #5 of 200 of the Let There Be Rock version. If anyone is interested in this unit it is still in the FACTORY SEALED BOX! Never opened! This WILL be a VERY HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE MACHINE and the game play is EXCELLENT! The game was designed by one of the best pinball designers in the business. (Steve Richie) Steve’s games include:
Airborne Avenger (1977 Atari)
Superman (1979 Atari)
Flash (1979 Williams)
Stellar Wars (1979 Williams)
Firepower (1980 Williams)
Defender (Co-concept with E. Jarvis) (1980 Williams)
Black Knight (1980 Williams)
Hyperball (1981 Williams)
Devastator (1983 Williams Video Game)
High Speed (1985 Williams)
F-14 Tomcat (1987 Williams)
Black Knight 2000 (1989 Williams)
Rollergames (1990 Williams)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991 Williams)
The Getaway: High Speed II (1992 Williams)
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1993 Williams)
No Fear: Dangerous Sports (1995 Williams)
Mermaid’s Gold (1997 WMS Slot Machine)
California Speed (1998 Atari Video Game)
Mean Streak (2000 Atari Video Game)
The Vault (2001 Slot Machine)
Holeshot Raceway (2002 Coastal Amusements)
Corvette Dragster (2005 Coastal Amusements)
Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines (2003 Stern)
Elvis (2004 Stern)
World Poker Tour (2006 Stern)
Spider-Man (2007 Stern)
Avatar (2008 Stern)
24 (Stern)
AC/DC (Stern)

Anyone interested in the VERY LIMITED LOW NUMBER game please let me know!
You can contact me at <a href="mailto:hemispherespins@sbcglobal.net">hemispherespins@sbcglobal.net</a>

Thanks...and AC/DC FOREVER!!!!!!

Some links:

Mostly shows pics of the "pro version"
<a href="http://www.pinballnews.com/games/acdc/index7a.html" title="http://www.pinballnews.com/games/acdc/index7a.html">http://www.pinballnews.com/games/acdc/index7a.html</a>

Couple good vids of the LE in action:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhYkAA1gYEg" title="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhYkAA1gYEg">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhYkAA1gYEg</a>