Deadpool is the newest title from Stern Pinball! Below is an in-depth Overview of the machine, based on the information Stern has released and the stream of the Pro version machine from Dead Flip. Watch the full stream here!
OVERVIEW OF DEADPOOL
- MSRP: $5,999
- Street Price: ~ $5,600
- MSRP: $7,599
- Street Price: ~ $7,300
- Limited Edition
- MSRP: $8,999
- Street Price: ~ $8,800
- Design: George Gomez
- Software: Tanio Klyce
- Artwork: Jeremy Packer (AKA Zombie Yeti)
- Animation: Chuck Ernst
- Script Writer: Brian Posehn
- Deadpool: Nolan North
- Lil’ Deadpool: Brian Huskey
- Dazzler: Jennifer Lafluer
- Many others – Watch Tim Sexton introduce the full team here!
- Well known actor Nolan North stars as the eccentric voice of Deadpool
- 3-bank drop target with a ball lock that’s guarding a custom molded Lil’ Deadpool bash toy target
- Two stainless steel and wireform ramps with a Katana Sword ramp return
- Multifunction RGB “BOOM!” button on lockdown bar
- Soundtrack featuring 11 original tracks
- Two flippers
- Two spinners
Features on Premium and Limited Edition Models:
- Additional 8 drop targets
- Motorized disco ball with disco illumination effects
- Custom molded Wolverine and Dazzler action figures, custom molded chimichanga truck time machine
- Actuated up/down ramp that feeds the right flipper from the left orbit, keeping the action continuous and fast
- Custom “Deadpool’s Mix Tape” cassette featuring 11 original music tracks with sleeve art by Zombie Yeti (Premium Only)
Features on Limited Edition Models:
- Anti-reflection pinball glass
- High powered speaker system
- Illuminated speaker rings
- Mirrored backglass
- LE Exclusive art blades
- Powder coated trim
- Shaker motor
- 12” Vinyl LP featuring 11 original music tracks with cover art by Zombie Yeti
RULES AND CODE
(PLEASE NOTE!! This is what I could pick up from the stream, so some parts are missing and/or incomplete!)
The Pro versions are shipping with code version 0.81.
According to the Stern Pinball website:
“Deadpool” is known as the “Merc with a Mouth” because of his talkative nature & is notorious for his outrageously funny offbeat humor which is featured throughout the game. Players will be immersed in the Deadpool universe, teaming up with iconic X-Men characters Wolverine, Dazzler, Domino, and Colossus as they battle against infamous villains Juggernaut, Sabretooth, Mystique, Sauron, and Mr. Sinister. Players will also tag along with Deadpool on his time machine quests as he battles against the T-Rex and the Megalodon.
You begin this game in Deadpool’s bunker, with Dazzler, Colossus, Wolverine, and Domino. They’re hanging out having a good time playing some retro Stern games. Deadpool is front and center, playing his new Deadpool LE pinball machine.
It is worth noting, this is the first Stern Pinball machine in a while (since Batman ’66?) where the player does not make a “choice” before starting a game, such as picking your song or path.
In the main storyline, there are two types of modes – BATTLES and QUESTS. You light and play these modes in the following ways:
- Light Battle by spelling D-E-A-D on the Deadpool targets
- Shoot scoop, then Choose your Battle
- Shoot lit shots to defeat enemies
- Juggernaut: shoot DEADPOOL targets, then shoot lit orange shots
- Sabretooth: shoot left spinner, middle spinner, right orbit
- Mystique: shoot center, then center and ramps
- They get stunned after their life bar has gotten low, and you have 15 seconds to shoot the scoop for the Final Shot to complete the mode
- Shoot Right Orbit for the chimichanga truck, shoot orange shots to collect Chimichangas and punch your chimichanga punch card
- Once the chimichanga punch card is cashed out, QUEST lights at scoop
- Shoot Scoop and Deadpool takes the chimichanga truck and travels through time to battle the T-Rex or Megalodon
- T-Rex mode: shoot lit shots, throw bombs at TRex by shooting Lil’ Deadpool
- Megalodon: ?
Note: If a mode is complete, it stays lit on insert and shows you on back panel. If it isn’t finished, it pulses.
- Complete BATTLE modes to reach Sauron Mini wizard mode
- Mr. Sinister Wizard Mode prerequisites (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):
- Complete the 2 Quest Modes
- Collect Disco Multiball Super Jackpot
- Collect Ninja Multiball Super Jackpot
- Collect Sauron Multiball Super Jackpot
- No modes or multiballs running
- Mr. Sinister Rules (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):
- Shoot any shot for 150 million points. This completes the mode.
- Light Lock by spelling P-O-O-L on the Deadpool targets
- Lock three balls up the long ramp
- Shoot lit shots to defeat Ninjas
- ? lites Super Jackpot on the long ramp
Notes on Ninjas
Pop bumpers spawn ninjas, they drop down into the game in the display
You defeat ninjas by shooting the lit shots, which builds the Ninja MB jackpot
Lil’ Deadpool Multiball
- Hit Lil’ Deadpool to start
- Lil Deadpool multiball can stack with battles
- Qualified after enough hits to the Dazzler spinner
- Qualified by hitting _____ shots
- Team Ups change which shots are lit during BATTLES
- If you qualify any team up, that shot is going to advance you through the BATTLE mode so you get more points and more shot options
- Team ups give you extra abilities during BATTLES (not Quests)
- Dazzler gives you extra health
- Colossus gives you double points on modes
- Wolverine gives double damage
- Domino gives you a Super mode during your mode:
- Domino with Juggernaut – super targets
- Domino with sabertooth – super pop bumpers
- Domino with mystique – super spinners
- Shoot Dazzler spinner to advance/light Disco modes
- In the Premium/LE with the up down ramp, there is an additional disco mode
- collect Katana gems by shooting the left ramp and the right long ramp shot
- destroy teddy bears, watermelons, toasters, pies, etc.
- Hit Wolverine target and go up the ramp, that combo builds up your playfield multiplier for a limited time
Check out examples of this shot HERE and HERE!
- Mystery Award after spelling DEADPOOL x number of times
Hit weapon shots (left ramp, long ramp, middle spinner, etc.) for combos, shoot scoop during a combo to get an extra weapons
In the coming days we’ll post our FIVE LIKES and FIVE DISLIKES from Deadpool – stay tuned!
Disclaimer: All opinions are subject to change because I’m fickle with pinball machines the more I play them 🙂
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