Total Nuclear Annihilation

Spooky Pinball

Total Nuclear Annihilation

Total Nuclear Annihilation is a pinball machine designed by Scott Danesi and released by Spooky Pinball in September of 2017. 550 total machines were originally produced. Spooky did a re-run of 250 total collectors editions in 2022 with metallic black trim and upgrades.

This title is part of group: "Total Nuclear Annihilation"

Design team

Concept: Scott Danesi
Game Design: Scott Danesi
Mechanics: Scott Danesi
Artwork: Matt Andrews
Sound: Scott Danesi
Music: Scott Danesi

Game details

Spooky Pinball LLC
July 2017
Solid state
Multimorphic P3-ROC
550 produced
$7400 - $8600
LCD Display
V1.5.0 - October 5, 2022


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Price history

Price estimate

This game has been listed a total number of 242 times on the Pinside Marketplace, most recently on 2023-09-30.

This past year, we've seen it listed 39 times. The median asking price (trimmed median) was $7,999

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Game quote

"Reactor Online"

Pinside rating

This game has received 456 approved Pinsider ratings and currently has a rating of 8.178 out of 10.


Top 100 ranking

This game ranks #58 in the Pinside Pinball Top 100.

Rating comments

There are 215 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

308 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.

626 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.

70 public locations to play this machine.

Market value

There are currently 5 ads for this game on our Market place.

Machine - For Sale
Fairport, NY
7,500 (OBO)
Machine - For Sale
Provo, UT
Machine - For Trade
Omaha, NE
Machine - For Sale
Blue Bell, PA

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