AC/DC - Stern Pinball
Stern Pinball has released three new versions of its AC/DC pinball machine.
Two limited edition machines titled Back in Black and Let There Be Rock along with what Stern is calling an "electrifying premium model" designed for players seeking a unique piece at a competitive price are now available.
Featuring a new sound system, players will be able to choose from 12 classic AC/DC hits including Hells Bells, Thunderstruck and You Shook Me All Night Long while playing the game. The AC/DC machine is also engineered to allow players to stack and overlap three multi-ball modes.
"The fans and pinball enthusiasts wanted more AC/DC and we listened," said Gary Stern, founder, CEO and chairman of Stern Pinball. "Our design team worked tirelessly to create a pinball experience worthy of the AC/DC and Stern Pinball monikers."
According to the Spanish publication Azar, one of the most notable personalities from the Spanish coin machine industry, Juan Padrón, died on Sunday, aged 81.
Sceptre Leisure, the UK’s second-largest machine operator, has acquired Recaf Equipment, a Midlands-based operator formed in 1971.
The UK’s largest adult gaming centre operator, Talarius, is rejoining trade association BACTA.
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