Avatar Pinball Machine

The Avatar Pinball Machine is based on the record breaking 3-D movie of same name. To capture the full excitement of the 3-D Avatar movie, this pinball machine was designed with a sensational 3-D backglass. The game was designed by John Borg and Lonnie D. Ropp, with artwork by Kevin O’Conner.

In Avatar pinball, you play as the hero, Jake Sully. Capture the pinball in the transporter link, a case that reveals a Jake figurine, and transform yourself into his Avatar. Then, after a series of challenges, get past the motorized target bank protecting Colonel Quaritch and fight the Colonel in his AMP Suit, aiming your pinball at him. As you overtake the Colonel, his AMP Suit crashes to the ground to save the Na’vi people from total destruction.




2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 13 standup targets, 2 captive balls, 1 stop magnet, 2 spinning targets, dual left inlanes, 4-ball multi ball, “3-D backglass”, A bank of 3 standup targets lowers to allow ball to hit other targets. Cabinet is 55 inches long, 27 inches wide, and 75 1/2 inches high; 250 lbs.

Toys: Man inside ‘transporter link’. Mechanical AMP suit. The AMP suit is the large mechanical figure on the upper right playfield. It’s the main mechanical action toy featured in the climax of the movie. It moves and shakes during AMP Suit multiball when targets are hit and, once destroyed, it falls forward.

Avatar pinball also features a twisting ramp, a magnet for random ball play, and lots of multi-ball action! The Avatar Pinball Machine has lots of great sound, including speech and sound effects from the movie as well as an original voice over by actor Stephen Lang, who played Colonel Quaritch in the Avatar Movie.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]