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ZEN Pinball Rolls on as the First Arcade Pinball Title for PlayStation Network

April 14, 2009


From the Creator of Pinball FX Comes the Next Generation of Arcade-Style Pinball

ZEN Studios, the creator of the highly popular Pinball FX franchise, is pleased to announce that its fast-paced arcade-style pinball videogame, ZEN Pinball is coming exclusively to PlayStation®Network (PSN) this spring.

“The PlayStation Network has a wide variety of great game offerings but it’s lacking a classic arcade pinball game like ZEN Pinball,” said Zsolt Kigyossy, managing director for ZEN Studios. “This is a title for everyone’s game library, as ZEN Pinball combines fast paced action and realistic graphics with the thrills of traditional pinball. It will certainly be ongoing fun for our players!”

ZEN Pinball sets a brand new standard for realistic ball physics and graphical detail in pinball video games employing cutting-edge visuals, challenging tables, true-to-life ball and table physics and combines them with innovative features not found in any other pinball game.

With a variety of in-game missions, head-to-head online multiplayer bouts and multi-day worldwide tournaments, ZEN Pinball offers the ultimate arcade experience for both casual gamers and pinball enthusiasts alike. In addition to the regular All-Time and Weekly scoreboards, ZEN Pinball features Score Speed, Best One Minute, and Multiplayer Ranking scoreboards, letting players test their mettle against pinball players from all over the world!

ZEN Pinball key features:

  • Includes four full-featured tables-V12, Tesla, Shaman and El Dorado

  • Multiplayer modes include local, online, and worldwide tournament competitions

  • Realistic Operators Menu lets you change settings and view advanced play info

  • Fun extras such as slow motion and the ability to save a game in progress

  • Coming soon - A variety of new downloadable tables!

Please checkout screenshots and a preview video at

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