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Multimorphic Reveals The Princess Bride Pinball

As promised, this morning the mystery manufacturer of the upcoming pinball machine based on The iconic 1987 film The Princess Bride revealed itself. The rumors were true. The Princess Bride will be an upcoming module for the Multimorphic P3.


The playfield for the game contains a lot of cool features, including Humperdinck's Castle, Miracle Max's Hut and the Cliffs of Insanity - where the pinball physically climbs up the cliffs.


The game's art was created by Matt Andrews, with rules by Colin MacAlpine and the former American Pinball programmer Josh Kugler on software.


Multimorphic will begin taking pre-orders for the Princess Bride module on February 20th at 9:00 AM Central Time with production scheduled to begin this summer. The gameplay reveal for the game will take place on Saturday, February 24th at 8:00 PM Eastern time on the Buffalo Pinball Twitch channel.


If you already have a P3 machine, the module for the game will cost $3,750 for the Standard Edition and $5,000 for the Limited Edition (Limited to 750 units). The Collector's Edition of the game is not available as a module only. For a full P3 machine and the module, the cost is $11,500 for the Standard Edition, $12,750 for the Limited Edition and $13,750 for the Collector's Edition.


The Collector's Edition of the game, which is limited to 500 units, includes replica Inigo swords mounted to the cabinet, bronze powder-coated hardware, a custom backbox LCD-framing glass, a numbered plaque, signed certificate of authenticity and more.



Below is a copy of an e-mail that Multimorphic sent out to its mailing list subscribers this morning.


Hi,


We are Multimorphic, Inc., and we're incredibly excited to introduce you to The Princess Bride pinball game.


The game is based on the 1987 film and is loaded with video clips, quotes, and dynamic content that guide the player through all of the iconic scenes. The physical playfield includes interactive features modeled directly from the film, such as Humperdinck's Castle, Miracle Max's Hut, the Cliffs of Insanity, where the pinball physically climbs up the cliffs, and much more.


The game is designed on the P3 Pinball Platform and is unlike any game you may have experienced before. It leverages all of the platform's unrivaled features and immerses you into the story of The Princess Bride. It can be purchased in a standalone machine or as a game kit for existing P3 machine owners. Please visit https://www.multimorphic.com for more information.


Pre-orders open on Tuesday, February 20th at 9am Central Time. You'll be able to order directly on the Multimorphic website or through an authorized Multimorphic distributor.

One final note - the ordering process on the Multimorphic website requires you to have an account on the site. So for those of you looking to reserve a machine or game kit right at 9am Central Time on Tuesday, we recommend creating an account now so you'll be ready!

Production begins this summer!


Click on and enjoy the full release video below:

































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The topper is a brilliant concept for a fantasy book-themed pin. Nicely done on that!


And left-handed swordsman is very clever too.

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Left handed swordsman looks like a clever integration of theme and the P3 hardware. I have that “can’t wait to try that” feeling.

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Looks cool, some similarities to BOF's Labyrinth, but man those prices!

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Jason
Jason
Feb 19
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Yeah, if you don't have the P3 system already the barrier to entry price-wise to get started is pretty high. I personally am a Pro buyer for the most part, so I'm not comparing pinball purchases to LE prices. That's a lot of scratch to lay out all at once. Having said that, it does look really cool. I love the Cliffs mech.

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Excited to play and try this out at TPF in a month!

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Jason
Jason
Feb 19
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Definitely. I can't wait to see it in action.

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