Recent Stern machines like Stern’s Star Wars and Guardians of the Galaxy have made use of licensed footage, but TMNT doesn’t have any old cartoon footage, instead using custom animations you can get a tiny glimpse at in the features video below.The Limited Edition (LE), limited to 500 total made games, green (ooze?) armor, a unique art package with mirrored backglass, a custom autographed (by game creators) bottom arch and numbered plaque, art blades for the cabinet interior sides, an “upgraded audio system,” fancy anti-glare pinball glass, and a shaker motor (basically a rumble pack, but huge).
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is available now. The LE will set you back $9,099, while the Premium runs $7,699, and the Pro $6,099. You may have to wait a bit to find one of these on quarter play in public. Check out the tons of images below to help you make your decision.
First Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles LE Images (Stern Pinball, 2020)
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