Stern Pinball have today released promotional pictures showing their latest title, Stranger Things, designed by Brian Eddy and based on the hit Netflix series.

Stern’s next title is based on the Netflix series, Stranger Things

As usual, the game is available in three variants – Pro, Premium and Limited Edition, with 500 Limited Edition models available.

The cabinet trim on the Pro and Premium is the same, but the Premium features cabinet and backbox artwork based on season two of the show, compared to the first season for the Pro. The LE’s artwork is based on the creature from Upside Down and it includes purple powder-coated cabinet metalwork as well as upgraded speakers, a shaker motor, cabinet interior artwork and anti-reflective glass.

The Pro model

The Pro model

The Pro model

The Premium model

The Premium model

The Premium model

The Limited Edition model

The Limited Edition model

The Limited Edition model

Turning to the playfield, Stranger Things is a two-flippered six-ball fan layout featuring eight main shots. There are left and right ramps, with both having returns into their respective inlanes. There is also a kickout saucer on the centre-left.

The Pro model’s playfield

The Premium model’s playfield

The Limited Edition playfield

The lower-left part of the Premium playfield

Working around the playfield, either sidde of the sauder are the first two D-E-M-O-D-O-G stangup targets, while above the saucer is the left entrance to the outer orbit lane which feeds to either the right entrance or the pop bumpers at the top right. The left orbit also features a spinner.

The kickout saucer on the left side and the left orbit lane entrance

Then comes the left ramp.

The left ramp on the Limited Edition

On the Pro this just traps the ball with an up-post before returning it to the left inlane but on the Premium and LE there is a ramp diverter which feeds a magnet behind the back panel to grab the ball and lock it for Telekinetic Multiball.

The ramp diverter rises to send the ball to a magnet behind the back panel

Three balls can be locked here before multiball begins

The main playfield feature is the movie screen in the centre towards the back. This illustrates probably

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