February 11, 2012[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]

Dear Pinball Fans,

Thank you for your support of the Pinball Arcade!
You can now play real pinball on your mobile devices! Tales of the Arabian Nights?, Ripley's Believe It or Not?, Theatre of Magic?, and Black Hole? have now been released on iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Our goal is for the Pinball Arcade to become the most realistic and comprehensive pinball game ever created. Please support us in our efforts to preserve these classic tables.
-FarSight Studios


The Pinball Arcade features exact recreations of the all-time greatest pinball tables from Williams?, Bally?, Stern Pinball?, and Gottlieb? together in one game.

Each month, regular updates will add classics like Monster Bash?, Medieval Madness?, Creature from the Black Lagoon?, Funhouse?, Attack from Mars?, Black Knight?, Space Shuttle?, Pin?Bot?, Circus Voltaire?, Big Shot?, (and many others for years to come!) along with online tournaments and additional modes to challenge yourself and compete against your friends.

Check out our latest videos and other links at pinballarcade.com.


Visit the iTunes store to get the free or 99 cent version for your iPhone or iPad. The paid app includes Tales of the Arabian Nights? fully unlocked.

Go to the iTunes store.

Visit the Android Marketplace to get the free or 99 cent version for your Android device. The paid app includes Tales of the Arabian Nights? fully unlocked.

Go to the Android Market.


Tales of the Arabian Nights? (Williams? 1996): This John Popadiuk-designed masterpiece brings to life some of the most memorable tales of One Thousand and One Nights as told by the Persian Queen Scheherazade. The setting is ancient Baghdad where wishes can be granted in the ultimate battle to rescue the Princess from the clutches of the evil Genie who will taunt all foes. There are jewels to be collected and a playfield that will have players spinning Aladdin?s Lamp, flying on Magic Carpet ramps or visiting the Bazaar for countless awards. With a deep set of rules, beautiful artwork, engaging voice over, and excellent sound effects, this is one of the most popular and highest rated tables of all time.

Ripley?s Believe it or Not? (Stern Pinball? 2004): This is possibly the most complex table to come from legendary pinball designer Pat Lawlor (who also created Funhouse and Addams Family). It allows players to travel with Robert Ripley across seven continents to discover the strange, the bizarre, and the unusual! The goal was to make a pinball machine that appeals to the casual player as well as the expert, which is accomplished through a special feature aptly entitled "Believe it or Not." This multi-level rule enables the beginning player to achieve some of the game's goals early on and earn frequent multi-ball modes, while allowing the more advanced player to extend their opportunities through better play.

Theatre of Magic? (Bally? 1995): Designed by John Popadiuk, this spellbinding theatre of pinball magic is one of the highest rated tables of all time and a favorite with pinball players both young and old. With a dazzling array of unique features, players will discover the wonders of The Magician?s Trunk where balls can levitate and disappear, the powers of The Spirit Ring, a mysterious trap door leading to a haunted basement offering a host of surprises, and an amazing mirror that seems to be an impossible extension of the playfield and a quest to master 8 different mesmerizing illusions.

Black Hole? (Gottlieb? 1981): This was the first table to feature the revolutionary lower-reversed playing surface. However, its biggest claim to fame is that it was one of the first tables that cost 50 cents to play, which quickly made it the highest earning pinball game in the history of the industry. With its fast paced gameplay and unique feature set, this table is considered a classic that was ahead of its time.

?2012 FarSight Studios, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective holders. Created and distributed under license from Williams Electronic Games, Inc. All rights reserved., Gottlieb Development, LLC. All rights reserved. and ?Stern Pinball Inc. All rights reserved. BALLY, BALLY (STYLIZED) and the FLYING PINBALL DESIGN are trademarks of Harrah?s Operating Company, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS (STYLIZED) and the WINGED W DESIGN are trademarks of Williams Electronics Games, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved.