Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

This first table features Luke Skywalker in all his snow-proof gear from his scenes on planet Hoth. If you look closely, you can also see an animation of him performing the same training drill from his time with Yoda on Dagobah.
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Boba Fett

Boba Fett's table shows the bounty hunter himself guarding the area, and the ominous Sarlacc Pit off to the side.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

This Clone Wars-themed table is complete with an animated Anakin and Darth Maul.
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Three tables to choose from

The first board (Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back) is free. The other two (Bob Fett and Star Wars: The Clone Wars) cost an additional $1.99 each.
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Choose your path

When you start the game, you must choose to fight for the Light side or the Dark side. Don't stress over the decision too much, though, because you can switch sides any time you like.
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One powerful plunger

The lightsaber-like plunger is just one of the many details that contribute to the eye candy that is Star Wars Pinball.
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Lord Vader himself

3D animations like this one should make hardcore "Star Wars" fans giddy.
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Views to behold

The Camera button up top lets you switch among eight different camera angles.
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Light magic

The choreographed lights on the field make you feel as though you're looking at an actual, physical pinball machine.
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It's all in the details

From the Sarlacc Pit monster's wiggling tentacles to the screws adorning each table's machine parts, it's clear that Zen Studios put a lot of work into detailing this game.
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