Star Wars Episode I

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Manufacturer

Williams Electronic Games, Inc. (United States)

June 1st, 1999

5100 units

Star Wars Episode I on the IPSND.


Main details

4 player game

tv screen

modular

manual

No

No

Yes

No


Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 220 users and currently ranks #197 (not in Top 100)

Playfield details

3
2
2
3
2
1
0
2
Yes
No
No

Noteworthy features

  • Trade Federation Fighter models
  • Action figures: Jar Jar Binks + others

Trivia

  • This is the second and last Pinball 2000 machine (the first being Bally's Revenge From Mars), and the last pinball Williams ever built. It integrates a fully-interactive video monitor the rear of the pinball playfield. This and Revenge from Mars are the only two built in this new cabinet type. The cabinet dimensions are: 45"H x 48"D x 22"W; backbox dimensions are: 28"H x 23.5"D x 24"W.
  • Because the Pinball 2000 machine was designed in a modular fashion, and is completely "kit-able", operators would be able to seamlessly convert the cabinet and CPU to other Williams PB2000 games.
  • However, Williams Pinball was closed down, shortly after releasing Star Wars: Episode I, so it will never be known how successful the PB2000 system would have become.

Backbox ornament(s)

None

Video mode

This machine has no dot matrix or video display, so it has no videmode.

Latest software version

Latest software version is unknown.

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