Stern Pinball

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Stern (game Company) - Stern Pinball, Inc.
... By 1999, the pinball industry was virtually dead and Williams, once the dominant leader in a healthy industry, stopped manufacturing pinball tables and focused on gambling devices as WMS Gaming ... During the same year, Sega left the pinball industry and sold its pinball division, previously purchased from Data East in 1994, to Gary Stern, the son of Sam Stern ... Gary Stern, who had been running Data East/Sega pinball since 1986, founded Stern Pinball, Inc ...
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 were Data East ... manufacture a totally new game, The Simpsons Pinball Party ...
History of Pinball - 1980s and Beyond: Pinball in The Digital Age
... of the coin-operated video game industry, pinball saw another comeback in the 1990s ... Some new manufacturers entered the field such as Capcom Pinball and Alvin G ... Gary Stern, the son of Williams co-founder Sam Stern, founded Data East Pinball with funding from Data East Japan ...

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