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A Little Shop of Horrors Pinball Machine is in the Works

Here's a quick hitter for everyone. Last night I was like, Whoa, when I figured this one out. A new pinball company is actively working on developing a pinball machine based on Little Shop of Horrors.


It's unclear to me at this point whether the game will be based upon the 1986 film or the 1982 play or how likely it is that it will come to market, but it's definitely being worked on. I'm actively trying to find out more information on this, but I haven't heard anything back yet. I'll let everyone know when I have new information that I can share.




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Finally, a machine that I have no interest in....my wallet needs the break.

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At Expo, Jack Danger saw my Little Shop of Games ball eating plant shirt and said he's always wanted to do a Little Shop of Horrors game...

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I saw Jack Dangers mock up for a Little shop machine not too long ago as well..... Pretty sure they could get most of the films cast and Candy's kids would more than likely sign off.... It would be amazing!


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Joe B
Joe B
19 ene

Definitely a take my money now theme if there ever was. The movie is perfect for pinball but they have to get all the assets , actors and music which seems impossible

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There is a current fully licensed slot machine- definitely seems doable…

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Another company? The pinball bubble is going to burst. It’s over saturated now. Only so many pinball buyers and only so much space and money.

There’s like what 12 manufacturers now plus this one?! JJP, Stern, Spooky, Haggis, DP, AP, Pendretti, Multimorphic, PB, Barrels of Fun, CGC, Raw Thrills. I did not count Turner Pinball.

More competition is not lowering prices.

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I hope they have ball eating monster plant 🌵. I loved playing Jurassic Park premium and feeding that T-Rex 🦖, most satisfying shot. I'm not sure why Elwin didn't do same for Jaws premium 🦈 considering Elwin team had Trex mech working good and fans loved it. I guess bash shark toy is easier and cheaper for Stern to make and warranty. 🤷

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stern warranty is a joke. Only 90 days. They didn’t have Bruce it the ball because they want to keep BOM cost low.

I knew an ex Disney executive running Stern was going to be a mistake.

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