This weekend Chicago Gaming will be unveiling the brand new remake of the pinball classic Attack From Mars at the Texas Pinball Festival in Frisco, TX. For years rumors were flying about a remake, and finally those rumors can be put to rest. According to user hassellcastle on Pinside.com…
“Game will be available in three distinct models:
- Classic Edition: Faithful to the original. Standard sized LCD Green Display, can be upgraded to Color Display for additional fee. All LED lighting throughout machine. Enhanced sound system. Stainless steel cabinet trim.
Shaker motor can be added at additional cost.
Includes 6 month electronics warranty & 3 month mechanical warranty.
- Special Edition: Extra Large LCD Color Display, Metallic Saucers, Tri-color LED on main saucer, stainless steel cabinet trim. Multicolored backbox speakers. Shaker Motor included.
Includes 12 month electronics warranty & 6 month mechanical warranty.
- Limited Edition (500 units): Extra Large LCD Color Display, Metallic Saucers, Tri-color LEDs on all saucers, Martian Green cabinet trim. Cabinet mirror blades. Multicolored backbox speakers. Shaker Motor included. Custom designed Interactive mechanical Martian topper designed by Doug Watson. Martian moves up and down. His eyes light up and multicolored Leds around topper.
Includes 24 month electronics warranty & 12 month mechanical warranty.
Pricing will be announced within the next week.
No deposits are to be taken at this time as Distributors do not know what their allocations will be for the LE Model. But you are encouraged to contact your local distributor if you are “interested” in purchasing one of these models. $1,000 deposit required to reserve a Limited Edition.”
You can read more about the machine (and where to order from) over at pinside!
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