Stern Pinball Released New James Bond 007 Pinball Machines Featuring The Award-Winning Insider Connected System

Denver, CO – Stern Pinball, Inc. releases a new line of pinball machines to commemorate the iconic James Bond films, which have defined the action-thriller genre. The original James Bond, Sean Connery, is featured in the current 007 cornerstone series in Pro Edition, Premium Edition, and Limited Edition (LE). To celebrate James Bond’s 60th anniversary, Stern Pinball will also release a Limited Edition pinball machine featuring all six of the actors who have played 007.

Dr. No (1962) was the first Sean Connery James Bond movie, and it started a cultural phenomenon that is still going strong today. The movie features adrenalized action sequences, ground-breaking gadgets and effects, memorable characters, and timeless villains that have captivated audiences for generations.

The centerpiece pinball machine of James Bond 007 will include film clips and famous music from the movies that created the 007 legends: Dr. No, From Russia With Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In this action-packed pinball game, players immerse themselves in espionage by completing tasks, teaming up with important allies, and foiling SPECTRE’s evil plans.

Secure gadgets from Q Branch as pinballs are ejected through the roof of a custom sculpted Aston Martin DB5. Then, take out SPECTRE at the Bird One rocket base by breaking through the Osato Chemicals drop targets. Lastly, travel across the playfield with a magnetic jetpack that defies gravity.

The James Bond 007 pinball machines incorporate Stern’s Insider Connected system. This allows players to interact with the game and other players from around the globe, like tracking progress, earning new achievements relating to the game, engaging with other members of the player community, and participating in promotions and Challenge Quests.

The highly collectible Limited Edition is limited to 1,000 units worldwide and comes with a Thunderball-inspired full-color mirrored back glass, expertly modified cabinet artwork, custom high gloss and powder-coated pinball armor, a customized designer-autographed bottom arch, special inside art blades, an upgraded audio system with anti-reflection pinball playfield glass, and shaker motor. Each machine also includes a sequentially numbered plaque and a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Stern Chairman Gary Stern and President Seth Davis.

To celebrate James Bond’s 60th anniversary, Stern is releasing James Bond 007 60th Anniversary Limited Edition pinball machines that depict the character’s history. With a production of only 500 units worldwide, this machine will surely be popular among fans and collectors. The retro-inspired playfield is packed with thrilling mechanical action and will keep players occupied for hours. Knockdown Oddjob’s spinning disc hat, shoot 10 targets accurately, avoid SPECTRE’s foes who guide pinballs through four optical spinners quickly moving, get tasks on an in-game LCD screen, and rack up points on classic score reels.

“James Bond is as timeless as pinball. Partnering with EON Productions/Danjaq, MGM Studios, and Aston Martin, we created a pinball adventure capturing the suspense, action, and humor from this beloved film series,” says Gary Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Pinball, Inc.

The James Bond 007 pinball machines are now available from Stern Pinball dealers all around the world. In the United States, the Game Exchange of Colorado is an authorized distributor. Customers may learn more about them by visiting their website or calling them at 303-288-6500. Their address is 2650 West 6th Avenue in Denver, Colorado 80204, US.

Media Contact

Company Name
Game Exchange of Colorado
Contact Name
JJ Babich
Phone
303-288-6500
Address
2650 W 6th Ave
City
Denver
State
CO
Postal Code
80204
Country
United States
Website
https://gameexchange.biz/

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