IRON MAIDEN Pinball Machine Coming Soon From STERN PINBALL

March 26, 2018

Stern Pinball has released a teaser for the IRON MAIDEN "Legacy Of The Beast"-themed pinball machine, due later this year. The short promotional clip below features the IRON MAIDEN logo with the band's classic song "Wasted Years" from 1986's "Somewhere In Time" album as the backing track.

Stern Pinball is the world's oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball machines.

The IRON MAIDEN game will follow machines Stern created for METALLICA, AEROSMITH, AC/DC and more.

Stern Pinball's highly talented creative and technical teams design, engineer, and manufacture a full line of popular pinball games, merchandise, and accessories. Other recent Stern titles include Guardians Of The Galaxy, Star Wars, Batman, Ghostbusters, Game Of Thrones, WWE WrestleMania, The Walking Dead, Mustang, Star Trek, X-Men, Tron, Transformers and Avatar. All of Stern Pinball's games are crafted by hand and assembled by Stern Pinball's expert team. A broad range of players enjoy Stern's games — from professional pinball players that compete in high-stakes international competitions around the globe to novice players who are discovering the allure of the silver ball for the first time.

In 2016, MAIDEN released a free-to-play video game, "Iron Maiden: Legacy Of The Beast", where players battled as the band's undead mascot Eddie across the different worlds of MAIDEN's discography.

Stern Pinball: Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast Teaser Trailer - 2018

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Posted by Stern Pinball on Saturday, March 24, 2018

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