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Kickstarter: Pro Pinball funding campaign begins

Thursday, 6th September 2012 11:04 GMT By Dave Cook

Pro Pinball: Revived & Remastered’s Kickstarter campaign has begun, and developer Silverball Studios needs your help funding the game. The game is currently being funded for a PC, Mac and iOS release.

Silverball is aiming to raise $400,000 in Kickstarter funding to make the project a reality. The game hopes to be as authentic as possible, and the team have enlisted pinball legend Pat Lawlor to assist in development.

Lawlor, who created the best-selling pinball table ever made – the Addams Family said in a statement, “Being involved with this project is hugely exciting. The team at Silverball is the only choice when it comes to virtual pinball. This project is like a dream come true for me too, without the usual economic constraints of the real world, I can explore design strategies that would normally be impossible.”

To back the project and reap its many fundng rewards, head to the Pro Pinball Kickstarter page here.

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  1. Yoshi

    Seriously how does this get a news article but the defense grid Kickstarter didn’t :/

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Dave Cook

    @1 I would have put that up if I was working here at the time. I love Kickstarter.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Yoshi

    @2 In that case why didn’t you start sooner :( :P They got it fully pledged for the expansion pack but they’re still going to be needing funding for the full sequel, so hopefully they can find a way.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. sh4dow

    Hell yeah! Purchased the old tables at GoG not too long ago and was actually wondering why they don’t try a Kickstarter considering their success in the past…

    #4 2 years ago
  5. sh4dow

    Although I have to say that I find it kind of disappointing that they’re doing remakes of all tables and only one new one that is still far off.

    First off: The old versions are still fine picture quality wise, as long as you don’t try to play them in portrait mode.

    Secondly, it seems to me they could/should have done that by themselves. By that, I mean porting the four old tables and releasing them on all kinds of platforms and then take the earnings form that and fund new tables with the money.

    #5 2 years ago