VS. Pinball

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VS. Pinball
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Gameplay
Developer Nintendo
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) VS. System
Release date VS. System
Japan July 26, 1984
USA October 1984
Nintendo Switch (Arcade Archives)
Japan August 30, 2019
USA August 30, 2019
Europe August 30, 2019
Australia August 30, 2019
Genre Pinball
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Media
Arcade:
Built-in
Nintendo Switch:
Media DL icon.svg Digital download
Input
Arcade:
Joystick
Nintendo Switch:

VS. Pinball is the VS. System release of Pinball. It was released in Japan and North America in 1984. VS. Pinball features several differences in graphics, sound effects, and gameplay than Pinball itself. For instance, if three pink chicks are hatched and the ball falls off the bottom of Scene B, a character appears to return the ball. In the Japanese version, it is Achilles from Family BASIC, but in the international version, it is Bubbles from Clu Clu Land, an upcoming title at the time of VS. Pinball's release.

In a Nintendo Direct on September 13, 2017, Nintendo announced a port of VS. Pinball for the Nintendo Switch as part of Hamster Corporation's Arcade Archives series. It is a port of the Japanese version, and it was released worldwide on August 30, 2019.[1]

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