Farsight Studios announced The Pinball Arcade is now available for Nintendo’s New Stage, the Nintendo Switch. The pinball simulator is liberated on the Nintendo eShop and contains the Stern table Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Unlike Zen Studios’ favorite pinball video game series Zen Pinball — which takes an unrealistic approach with its own tables, all which are made especially for the game — The Pinball Arcade has an authenticity to it, bringing some of its most legendary tables to your television display.
This includes officially certified tables from Stern, Bally, Williams, and Gottlieb. Regrettably, Farsight Studios will be losing its license to produce and market Bally and Williams tables following month on June 30. If you’d like a number of these tables — which contains The Addams Family that’s considered among the most important pinball tables ever produced — that you’ll need to purchase it by the deadline.
The Pinball Arcade is now available for almost every gaming platform since its launch in 2012 including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, Android, iOS, along with Nintendo Switch.