Super-Sweet South Park Pinball Action Flips Your Way This Week

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Zen’s two-table South Park Pinball pack rolls out across PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Steam, Mac, iOS, Android, and Amazon platforms beginning tomorrow. The multi-platform release schedule goes a little something like this:

Zen Pinball 2 on PS3, PS4 & Vita: Two-table pack, October 14th in North America for $4.99, and €4,99/£3.99 in Europe on October 15th

Zen Pinball 2 for Mac: Individual tables, $2.99/€2,69/£1.99, October 15th

Pinball FX2 for Steam & Xbox 360: Two-table pack, $4.99/€4,99/£3.99, October 15th

Pinball FX2 for Xbox One: Two-table pack, $4.99/€4,99/£3.99, October 16th

Zen Pinball for iOS: $3.99/€3,59/£2.49 for the standalone app and $1.99/€1,79/£1.49 for individual tables through the Zen Pinball app, October 16th

Zen Pinball HD for Android & Amazon: $3.99/€3,59/£2.49 for the standalone app and $1.99/€1,79/£1.49 for individual tables through the Zen Pinball app, October 16th

Now on to the table descriptions as well as the first trailer footage!

South Park: Super-Sweet Pinball Table:
South Park: Super-Sweet Pinball brings players to the quiet mountain town of South Park to play alongside Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman. Meet up with more beloved characters from the show, including Wendy, Jimmy, Timmy, Chef, Mr. Garrsion, Mr. Hankey and even ManBearPig. Experience events from the series like Cartman’s probe, track down ManBearPig and venture to the mysterious land to the north – Canada!

South Park: Butters’ Very Own Pinball Game Table:
In South Park: Butters’ Very Own Pinball Game, you’ll team up with Butters Stotch to take on the Coon & Friends as Professor Chaos, steal the Future Telling Device from the girls’ sleepover and save Imaginationland as the Chosen One.

Source: It’s South Park, Pinball Style! [Zen Studios Blog]

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