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The Simpsons Pinball

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The Simpsons Pinball
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The front of the pinball machine.
Pinball Machine Information
Manufacturer: Data East
Release date: October 1990
System: Data East (v.3)
Design: Joe Kaminkow
Ed Cebula
Programming: Rehman Merchant
Artwork: Kevin O'Connor
Margaret Hudson
Mechanics: Ed Cebula
John Lund
Music: Brian Schmidt
Sound: Brian Schmidt
Voices: Dan Castellaneta
Nancy Cartwright
Hank Azaria
Players: 4


The Simpsons Pinball is an arcade pinball machine based on The Simpsons shorts, released in October 1990 by Data East, and was followed in 2003 by The Simpsons Pinball Party.

Gameplay[edit]

The game worked like any pinball machine, you use a spring propelled bumper to launch a ball into a playing field full of bumpers, chutes, and gates, and the player controls two flippers (Activated by two buttons on the sides of the machine) to keep the ball in play. The game was based on the look of Springfield.

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