After much trailing over the past few weeks Jersey Jack Pinball revealed their sixth title, Guns N’ Roses, based on their Not In This Lifetime… world tour which ran from 2016-2019.

The company had avoided revealing the title of their new release although it was widely known to be a music based on the popular band featuring Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Frank Ferrer and Melissa Reese.

As shown in the tease images, the game is designed by Eric Meunier with assistance from GnR guitarist Slash who is a well-known pinball fan and collaborated on the original Data East Guns N’ Roses game.

As with previous JJP titles, there are three models of the new title – Standard, Limited Edition and Collectors Edition. There will be a maximum of 500 Collectors Edition machines produced while the Limited Edition is limited to 5,000 units. There’s no limit on the Standard Edition.

The Standard edition features cartoon-style cabinet artwork, while the Premium shows arrangements of tour posters. The Collectors Edition, meanwhile, returns to a cartoon design. The Limited Edition includes red cabinet trim while the Collectors Edition has a purple finish.

The Standard model of Guns N’ Roses

The Limited Edition model of Guns N’ Roses

The Collectors Edition model of Guns N’ Roses

The Collectors Edition comes with a skill shooter rod housing, with both the top two tiers offering cabinet headphones and audio level controls on the front of the cabinet. The game also includes Bluetooth headphone support.

The front of the Limited Edition model

The start button and audio controls on the Limited Edition model

The main display in the backbox is used to show concert footage while the scores and player information appears at the bottom and gameplay features are arranged around the edges.

The backbox display

The playfield features four flippers on the upper two models, three on the Standard Edition. All three models include LED strips lighting along the left and right sides of the playfield. This is white on the Standard and RGB on the Limited and Collectors Editions.

The playfield from the Limited Edition

We will have a deeper description of the playfield features soon,