Simpsons Pinball

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The Simpsons (pinball) - Reception and Legacy
... The Simpsons pinball machine won the award for best pinball game in 1990 by the Amusement and Music Operators Association, a group that represents coin machine operators ... According to the Chicago Sun-Times article, pinball players have cited Data East's The Simpsons as a game that helped increase the popularity of pinball ... The pinball market had been dead by the end of the 1980s, following the surge of the video game market, but it rose in popularity at the beginning of the 1990s ...
List Of Game Gear Games
... NA, EU Action / Platform / Fixed-Screen Pinball Dreams 1993 Spidersoft GameTek NA Action / Pinball Pocket Jansou 1992 Namco Namco JP Traditional / Board Games Poker Face Paul's ... JP, BR Action / Beat 'Em Up Side Pocket 1994 NA Sports / Billiards Simpsons, The Bartman Meets Radioactive Man 1993 Flying Edge Teeny Weeny Games Ltd ... NA Action / Platform Simpsons, The Bart vs ...
The Simpsons (pinball)
... The Simpsons is a 1990 pinball game released by Data East Pinball ... It is based on the animated sitcom The Simpsons and features many elements from the series, such as character voices and music ... The game was popular in the United States, becoming a hit for Data East Pinball ...
The Simpsons Pinball Party - Development and Release
... The game is the successor to the first Simpsons pinball game, entitled The Simpsons, which was released by Data East Pinball (the predecessor to Stern Pinball) in 1990 ... In 2007, Stern Pinball president Gary Stern said in an interview with License! that "We first licensed The Simpsons for pinball in the early '90s, when we ... on to say that more than a decade later, "we started to manufacture a totally new game, The Simpsons Pinball Party ...

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