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The Simpsons Pinball Party
Manufacturer Stern Pinball
Release date 2003
System Stern WhiteStar
Design Joe Balcer, Keith P. Johnson
Programming Keith P. Johnson, Dwight Sullivan
Artwork Kevin O'Connor, Margaret Hudson
Mechanics Wesley Chang, Ray Tanzer
Music Dan Forden, Chris Granner
Sound Chris Granner
Voices Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright, Hank Azaria
Production Run 5,900 (approximate)

The Simpsons Pinball Party is a 2003 pinball game released by Stern Pinball. It is based on the classic TV series and is the Stern machine with the highest production run (after Stern's revival in 1999).

Cast members Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright and Hank Azaria provided custom speech for this game.

Several Simpsons action figures from the World of Springfield toy line are included in the game.

This is the second Simpsons-based pinball machine; the first, The Simpsons, was released by Data East Pinball (predecessor to Stern Pinball) in 1990.

The game is said to feature one of the most complex rule sheets that were ever designed for a pinball machine featuring the ability to stack various modes and multi-balls on top of each other. Reaching the "Super Duper Mega Extreme Wizard Mode" requires an unusually large number of shots that have to be achieved and only a few people ever reached it.[1]

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