Jersey Jack Pinball today revealed their fifth and latest title, the Pat Lawlor-designed Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.

The game was premiered during the JJP seminar at the Midwest Gaming Classic in Milwaukee on Friday 12th April, but it will also receive a European unveiling at the Flip Expo show in Le Treport, France the following day.

Pinball News was provided with pre-reveal pictures and information about the game so we could bring you all the details as early as possible, but we are also in Le Treport for the official unveiling there.

Jersey Jack Pinball’s latest title is Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory comes in three models. The base model is the Standard Edition which can be produced in unlimited quantity. The Limited Edition is also virtually unlimited with a high restriction of 5,000 machines maximum, while the top-end Collector’s Edition is truly limited to just 500 machines.

Let’s take a look at the cabinets and backboxes of the three variants.

The left side of the Standard Edition

The right side of the Standard Edition

The Standard Edition features wrinkle black metalwork all round, has a regular shooter rod and has the plainest of the three cabinet artwork designs.

Now, on to the Limited Edition.

The left side of the Limited Edition

The right side of the Limited Edition

The Limited Edition adds blue powder-coat to the metal parts. The cabinet front and backbox sides look the same as the Standard, but the cabinet side artwork adds some extra elements to the composition.

Finally, we have the Collector’s Edition.

The left side of the Collector’s Edition

The right side of the Collector’s Edition

The Collector’s Edition is the full package, with sparkle red armour, a custom shooter rod and an illuminated 3D topper included. There are many other differences between the three models as shown in the feature matrix below.

A comparison of the three models

So the price ranges from $7,500 for the Standard to $12,500 for the Collector’s Edition, but that premium price adds a bunch of cosmetic enhancements and gets you that exclusivity of owning the top-of-the-range model.

The Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition both have the