The Simpsons Pinball Party stories

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"Worst... Ball... EVER!"

Written by gunstarhero, published July 14th, 2008. 1 comment(s).

Awesome game. All custom art and voices by the real people behind the Simpsons TV show. Maybe the best voice calls in a game, short of maybe Family Guy and STTNG. Probably Stern's greatest playfield to date. Two levels, ramps, loops, upkickers, the works. Lots of great shots, and some very tricky ones as well. A fun game to just flip around on, but a tough one to get deep into. Mystery Spot is an amazing, never before seen kind   Click here to read more...

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TSPP, a Stern statement

Written by mikehay1, published April 3rd, 2012. 3 comment(s).

People seem to complain that Sterns have a different ‘feel' over the Bally/William games. The flippers feel ‘cheap' and do not compare to the ‘solid' build of a Bally. I had a Terminator 2 right next to my TSPP and I can say yes there is a difference but.........let me do a little comparison. At one time, I owned a Toyota Camry and a Ford Focus ZX3. No one really argues that a Camry is a well   Click here to read more...

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