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Buy Marvel Pinball Season 2 Bundle

Includes 7 items: Pinball FX2 - Civil War Table, Pinball FX2 - Deadpool Table, Pinball FX2 - Guardians of the Galaxy Table, Pinball FX2 - Marvel Pinball Avengers Chronicles pack, Pinball FX2 - Marvel's Ant-Man, Pinball FX2 - Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron, Pinball FX2 - Venom Table

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"Avengers Chronicles represents some of the very best that Pinball FX 2 has to offer"
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"Just buy it and experience some the most addictive pinball gameplay to date."
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Marvel Pinball: Avengers Chronicles takes the critically acclaimed pinball series to uncharted territory. Each of the four tables in this brand new pack chronicles a blockbuster event in the Marvel Universe: Marvel's The Avengers (based on the 2012 film from Marvel Studios), Fear Itself, The Infinity Gauntlet and World War Hulk. Avengers Assemble!

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Single Core CPU @ 1.6GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 6600 / Radeon 9800
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:1200 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Dual Core CPU @ 2.00GHz
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 8800 / Radeon HD 3850
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:1500 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Posted: October 20, 2015
Very enjoyable four table pack!

AVENGERS: Unique table with various balls for every Avenger. Each Avenger ball has different features (higher skill shots, easier mode enabling, multiplier increases). There is a lot of modes. The table is quite difficult. It's a little disheartening when you work hard to enable a multiball and lose all balls in 30 seconds. But it's cool and fun to play nonetheless! Really good soundtrack. 8/10

INFINITY GAUNTLET: Interesting table requiring constant focus. The game modes include flipping the table upside down and time slowing and speeding up unexpectedly. Includes smaller table operated by magnets. Enjoyable. 8/10

FEAR ITSELF: Cool table design with some rare features like magnet powered ramp below the flippers. Relatively easy to enable one of The Worthy modes, these are really high scoring. Fun to play. 8/10

WORLD WAR HULK: The table design is quite standard, but it's my favorite table of the pack. A lot of ramps/loops. They are quite easy to hit, so you get combos all the time. Each ramp has its own mode, you enable the modes frequently, so there is always some challenge. Modes are fun. There is also a mini basketball themed table. 9/10

One of best table packs!
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29 of 38 people (76%) found this review helpful
Posted: October 27, 2013
Marvel Pinball Avengers Chronicles Pack
This is a monster pack. New players may find a couple of them daunting, though.

The Avengers is an awesome table. It giveth and it taketh away - sometimes you feel like you can do no wrong, sometimes the ball goes down the outlane faster than hell. Features such as 6 customized, lockable balls, (one for each Avenger), many, many awesome modes, and very rewarding learning curve make this one of the top tables. Expect lots of movie quotes from the Avengers film :p

Fear Itself is a crazy, world-turned-upside-down affair, I confess to knowing nothing about this in the Marvel lore, but the table (itself) is quite fun, if a bit tough. It can take a while to figure out what they want you to do here, but once you do, there are some fairly easy ball locks, skill shots, and modes to get to (The Unworthy!). It's a fun table, it's just kind of... weird. It's like 7 different themes mashed into one, superheroes, wizardry, space, dragons, sci-fi, apocalyptic, purple skulled mohawk guy, you get the idea.

The Infinity Gauntlet - did I say the last table is world-turned-upside-down? This table is more like the UNIVERSE turned upside down! Literally. Some of the most outrageous game modes are found here. It's super creative imo. It's all like, gods, Silver Surfer, fate of galaxies, so almost anything goes. And it does! I love this table, but the bat-♥♥♥♥ crazyness of it can be a bit much if you aren't used to it.

World War Hulk is one of, if not the most, score-♥♥♥♥♥d tables there is, you will see people play this table 10x more than almost any other. It's kind of cheesy, in fact I probably don't play it as much because of that, but this table is indeed great fun. It's like ramp/orbit heaven, with a clear route up the middle to the bumpers and other good stuff. Modes are easy to get to and plentiful; most of the modes I've seen are standard ramp/orbit shots, not that innovative, but there is Arena, and overall, plenty to keep you challenged.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Posted: June 5, 2015
I like all the tables in this pack.

This is one of the packs that has many many elements that you could never find on a physical pinball table.

Avengers - Based on the movie (but not using voice acting from the movie). This is probably the most challenging table in the pack initially, and the one that most rewards continued play. The shot targets are almost all at the same distance from the flippers, and there are a number of mini-loops which are not features I'm a fan of. The modes tend to be both fun and good. The modes associated with the QuinJet are enjoyable. The multiple ball types adds a layer of strategy that I like a lot. The theming is solid. If you know what you're doing, the scoring is moderate. If you don't know what you're doing the scoring will be low. Rating: B+

Infinity Gauntlet - This table may be the maximum extent that Zen ever goes outside what a physical table can do. The modes are ridiculously fun and include the entire table flipping upside-down and playing the entire mode that way. The theme seems prescient with where we know the movies are going. It's definitely the brightest and most 4-color of the tables in this pack. Scoring is moderate to slightly low. Rating: A-

Fear Itself - This may be my favorite table shape design.The lower section being shaped like Captain America's shield and the "big loop" around the whole table elements are a lot of fun. Again with the targets almost all equally distant from the flippers though. The modes are challenging, sometimes too much so IMO. Not a big fan of the theming. Scoring is moderate. Rating: A-

World War Hulk - Another table with many of the targets an equal distance from the flippers and lots of mini-loops. This table has very good flow, but the ball moving behind the player's view can be aggravating. Scoring is moderate. Theming is decent. Rating: B
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2 of 5 people (40%) found this review helpful
Posted: January 1, 2015
It's an amazing game with dynamic graphics and having a story like plot while playing out
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
Posted: June 22, 2015
The Infinity Gauntlet table is absolutely crazy. You use the infinity stones as balls all of them manipulate table in extreme ways. E.g. the reality stone flips the table upside down (camera angle could a bit better but it's still cool). Extremely fun table and easily worth buying the entire package only because of this one table. EVERYBODY HAS TO PLAY THIS TABLE!

The Avengers table seems complicated at first, but it's actually a very easy table. However it's also one of the most boring ones. It's all railways. The missions are.... kinda ok. Imho, there's really not a lot to see or do on this table.

World War Hulk table is also mostly rails, but at least the missions are interesting. It's an interestingly balanced table - a bit difficult to land the ball where you want it, but at the same time it's forgiving to mistakes. The missions can last a long while to complete.

Fear Itself has an interesting layout with the magnetic pathway below the flippers. Although the missions are boring, most of the time the point is to set your balls (if you have more) on this pathway circling around the table infinitely to let it generate points for you. Meanwhile you need to keep 1 ball out of that loop to get things done on the other parts of the table.

As it goes with all of the Star Wars/Marvel tables, I have but 1 complaint: I REALLY LIKE YOU TABLE, BUT YOU TALK TOO MUCH!!!
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