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The Simpsons Pinball Party

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The Simpsons Pinball Party
Pinball Party 500th Episode Party.jpg
A machine at The Simpsons 500th Episode Party.
Pinball Machine Information
Manufacturer: Stern Pinball
Release date: February 14, 2003[1]
System: Stern WhiteStar
Design: Keith P. Johnson
Joe Balcer
Programming: Keith P. Johnson
Dwight Sullivan
Artwork: Kevin O'Connor
Margaret Hudson
Mechanics: Wesley Chang
Ray Tanzer
Music: Chris Granner
Dan Forden
Sound: Chris Granner
Dan Forden
Voices: Dan Castellaneta
Nancy Cartwright
Hank Azaria
Production run: 5,900 (approximate)
Players: 4

The Simpsons Pinball Party is the pinball game released by Stern Pinball on February 14, 2003.[1] It is the second Pinball Machine to be released based on the show, the first being The Simpsons, released by Data East.


"The adventures of the "Simpsons" Family are transformed into a wild affair in this pinball! It features many of The Simpsons favorite characters on a two-level playfield, influenced by classic Simpson's episodes. The object of Simpsons Pinball Party is to help the citizens of Springfield party like there's no tomorrow. The game features a talking / moving Homer head, Bart on a skateboard attached to a captive ball, Itchy and Scratchy drop targets, Comic Book Guy, dot matrix color TV, a monorail that transports the ball across the playfield and a couch that when filled with 3 balls starts the multiball!"


  • There was one of these machines at The Simpsons 500th Episode Party.


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