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Release Date: Oct 15, 2014

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Join Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and Butters in two pinball tables inspired by everyone’s favorite mountain town, South Park! Meet characters from the TV show, like Wendy, Timmy, Jimmy, Mr. Hankey, and even ManBearPig (super cereal, you guys) and relive great moments from episodes of the show, including the Sarcastaball and Imaginationland. So, come on down to South Park and see if you can’t unwind!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • 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:3850 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    Recommended:
    • 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:3850 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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Rynoknarr14
Posted: July 17
Love It If You Are A Fan Of All The Seasons Of South Park, Your Goin Love It.
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Defcon01
Posted: February 11
The best South Park game on Steam.
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mrWeed
Posted: January 31
Pinball and South Park.
Must be review enough.
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DeadlyDan
Posted: January 10
Like me, if you are also a fan of South Park? You need this pinball pack.
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Blackice010
Posted: January 6
This table is one of my favorites. It is very addictive, easy to learn but hard to master. The sound effects are great, the voices come straight out of your favorite episodes. However, prepare for ragequits because it has a lot of unfair ballouts. I haven't played the Butters table much so this is all about the Southpark table. Still i would recommend it because of its sheer addictiveness. There are 3 different multiballs (4 if you include Wizard Mode) and a lot of exciting missions to complete. And if you like pinball and Southpark, this is a must buy.

You have almost no control when the ball bounces into one of the outlanes or goes straight between the flippers. And that happens often, you can give the table a nudge but that sometimes makes it worse. I also feel like Chef is way too difficult. You're often hitting too high or too low. When you hit too low you have a high chance of drowning your ball, when you hit too high you lose valuable time and won't be able to finish Chef anyway. I don't think i ever completed Chef.

Some tips: Restart if you lose your first ball early. Jimmy enables a ball save in the outlanes and Sarcastaball gives you an early extra ball. get them ASAP. You -need- Jimmy. When the ball is going through the right sidelane you can just hold the left flipper so it moves in to T&P and will likely hit Jimmy. Don't hit the ball with the left flipper when you need to hit the balloon in Sarcastaball either, it's better to use it as a ramp so the ball doesn't fall into the left gap.
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Fire2box
Posted: November 26, 2015
Hilarious pinball tables, both are great if your a fan of south park.
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Kaizer
Posted: July 16, 2015
Great for a laugh! Particularly the Butter's table. More events and entertaining bonuses than most tables. Very colorful and decent layout. Fairly easy to keep track of the ball.

9/10 A must have table for South Park or Pinball fans alike!
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UnReal-4-Life
Posted: June 27, 2015
South Park and the voiceovers fantastic game great as good as pinball can be..so if you like PinBall FX2 then gett it. Its a must have. But as for PinBallFX2 I dont like it. The Lag no matter what you do as of recent is so bad and its not even playable enough to even get a smile. the slow reaction speed of the flippers in single player is unforgiveble. Its like playing a game online or on the other side of the world streaming its just not worth it to me. I personally would buy every single pinball game they made if there was no lag . But as for the rating of south park version of the game its awesome. what ever the platform it runs one is poo.
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lostcraft
Posted: April 6, 2015
A nice addition to the ever-expanding list of PFX2's franchise pinball. This time it's down to South Park to have a good time...
The pack contains two tables: "SP Super Sweet Pinball" covers highlights of the show in general, with a focus on the main kids. "Butters' Very Own Pinball Game" switches over to the more recent misadventures of Butters (Cartman and Co. still get their share of the action though.)

Once the title screen pops up the fanservice starts. South Park Pinball recreates the cardboard cutout look of the show down to a T and celebrates the crude animation of the cast both on the table and the dot matrix. Super Sweet Pinball even uses the title song, and both tables are full of snappy lines directly lifted from the show. This must be said, there is a lot of attention to detail, and everything looks just great.

Both tables are straightforward as far as the gameplay is concerned, and while they share the look they play rather different.

"Super Sweet Pinball" is a wild romp through memorable scenes of the show's earlier years. Each mission focusses on a character- Stan's throwing-up problem when approaching girls, Kenny's constant deaths, the infamous alien probe Cartman got stuck... down there, it's all there, together with Mr. Hanky and yes, sure, Manbearpig. There are *many* missions on this table (each one lights up one letter of SOUTH PARK; you do the math) before you enter wizard mode... and that is both a good and a distracting thing.
Because... there is virtually no pause here. The table layout is clear but there is just nothing you can hit without advancing a mission and triggering the audio, and after a while you either get used to the (sometimes grating) voiceovers blurring into the already hectic music, or you reach for the volume controls.
That being said, the table encourages multiple missions being active and there is a nice sense of barely controlled chaos as you aim for ramps and not only trigger Cartman's Probe but also collect a nice score for visiting Canada; I am by no means a professional but on this table the score really throws itself at you.
If you like pinball and know about how PFX2 does "its thing", you won't be disappointed by Super Sweet Pinball, it has fun gameplay and is a nice table to get used to the virtual pinball craze. If you are a South Park fan, however, you'll enjoy the table even more.

"Butter's Very Own Pinball Game" focusses on the dreamy and mild-mannered Butters and comes with a more playful and calm approach to the silver ball. Again the table draws heavily from the show and focusses on Butters dressing up as several Alter Egos- each one representing a mission. When Sweet Pinball is the wild romp, Butters is the odd trip into a child's fantasies. The layout can get a bit tricky on this table, with some elements like the bumpers not too easy to hit and a skillshot that is always just a tad bit off. There are less missions but they require a bit more skill (compared to the score frenzies of the other table); if you like this one better than Sweet Pinball is probably more a question of how you want to play your pinball, not how you like the character.

I used- a while ago- to rate the PFX2 tables on their "realism"- how close they stick to a real life pinball machine, and both tables are pretty realistic; there are few gadgets compared to the Star Wars or Marvel tables. While virtual pinball, the physics are absolutely okay and the controls remain right and responsive.

All in all: Two solid tables that offer a lot of fanservice and a nice break from muscle-bound superheroes and lightsaber duels. South Park fans will get the better deal of course, but everyone looking for a(nother) fun table with the potential for sweet scores won't be disapointed.

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Bonder
Posted: April 1, 2015
More ♥♥♥♥♥♥ design choices ruin these tables, just like all the tables since around when these came out.

♥♥♥♥♥♥ ball feeds go 1-bounce-off-slingshot-straightdownthemiddle STILL DEALING WITH THIS ♥♥♥♥.

♥♥♥♥♥♥ ball feeds bouncing the ball precariously around the outlanes necessitating ballouts purely due to luck and not having to do with skill.

♥♥♥♥♥♥ kickback / bs systems so that you can't negate how ♥♥♥♥♥♥ the outlane bouncyness and ball feeds directly in the hole.


basiclly, it's Zen.

So, it sucks.

If you want good pinball, stick to some of the tables that werent designed by this current team, meaning the original tables, the whole tesla / rome / epic quest / secrets of the deep /shaman - you know, all those.

The current people at Zen are garbage at game development.
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45 of 51 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: October 15, 2014
Super sweet! Zen did a great job on these two tables. The theme for both is spot on and clever. The designers had to know the show to cram so many references into both these tables. The cardboard and construction paper look works perfect for this subject. As usual the actual table mechanics deliver for a great pinball experience. So get ready for a big Hiddy-Ho from Mr. Hankey and be on the lookout for Professor Chaos.
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37 of 42 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: October 15, 2014
A very sofisticated Pinball game and South Park fan service.

Don't dismiss this game/DLC as just some Pinball with South Park lables - This is done with love and from South Park fans.
I don't want to spoil to much, but there are great South Park references and moments all over those two tables.

The moment you read the table guide (and you should do that), you realise that the game designers are really into South Park.

Need extra Balls? Randy will grow them for you.
Help Stan facing Wendy without throwing up, make Randy fight Bat Dad, get Chef laid, play Sarcastaballs - you name it.

You do nothing wrong with this - the gameplay is pure fun, especially if you read the ingame Table Guide.( Which is giving you fun and rewarding tasks to do on the tables.)

Even if you don't like South Park : This is the best Pinball video game you can find.
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22 of 25 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: December 6, 2014
South Park table is so far my favourite Pinball FX2 table, not only because I am a big fan of South Park.

There's simply alot happening on the table. 3 different mutiballs (School bus, Canadian and Mr. Hankey) 9 mods to complete, some easy and some a bit harder and of course Wizard Mode that I can't comment on much because I don't know if there's more to it than what I've seen. It's basicly Multi Ball (4 balls) and you have to light up the letters of Kenny, Cartman, Stan and kyle. I always lose the balls before finishing Kenny.
South Park fan is going to be really happy about this table since there are alot of references on this table. Ranging from first season the the new ones to name a few in Stans mode you have to kiss Wendy before he throws up and voices for this are from S01E01, you'll be signaling aliens in Cartmans mode (that's also from S01E01 but also S07E01) and you'll be fighting with bat dad in Randys mode (S09E05).
The voices can get a little annoying for some, hearing Jimmy saying "Maybe I'll use them a little bit, you know as a performace en-enhancer" for the 100th time can get tiring but you can disable the voiceovers in the table menu screen so keep that in mind. Overall this table is really fun, even if you don't watch south park, I bet you are going to have a great time playing it.

Butters' very own pinball game, now there's not that much happening on this table as on the South Park one and I'd say it's not as much fun neither but that doesn't mean it's not fun. It's still a great table worth playing and it so happens that Butters is my personal favourite character from the show so I am really happy that it's there.
All the great Butters moments are here, you'll hear him sing "Loo loo loo, I've got some apples, loo loo loo you've got some too, loo loo loo let's get together, I know what we can do loo loo", you'll get to play Harley bikers multiball with Butters' speech what bikers are really about (the freedome), you'll be ♥♥♥♥♥♥ off at Howlies in the mode where butters goes native. You'll get to be Profesor Chaos and fight against ninjas and let's not forget Marjorine and the quest for the "Future telling Device".
So while not as dinamic as the South Park table and a bit harder (I have yet to get into Wizard Mode, all I know about it is that it's in the theme of "imaginationland" god I want to get the WM so bad!) and lower scoring it's still loads of fun.

To sum it up, if you are looking for fun tables, look no further, you found them.
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22 of 26 people (85%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: October 15, 2014
Another awesome themed pinball table. I've been a Southpark fan from day one and these two tables get the Southpark feel just right.
I can't stop laughing at all the quotes that fly by and the gamemodes.
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16 of 19 people (84%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: October 25, 2014
Overall vote - worth it (Videos for each table are available here: Super Sweet and Butters )

You get two tables for $4.99, I see value in this DLC. Added that it is South Park's humor makes it that much more enjoyable for me to play.

The two tables that come in this DLC are the South Park: Super Sweet Pinball (The picture shown with all characters on the main board) and South Park: Butters Own Pinball (The Butters Show picture)

Super Sweet Pinball - my thoughts: By having so much in the middle it allows both the casual and point craving achievements hunters to have fun. Most directions the ball goes there is a combo or letter combo word to open up - to clarify each path that the ball CAN go has something to rack the points up. I'm not saying this board is easy - there are just so many ways to rack up the points without have too much of a risk for ball out drops.

Butters - my thoughts: I love the mini games (Coon and Friends aka Professor Chaos has to be my favorite) but I find that this takes more aim at the skill shot type of pinball game. Yes there are still plenty of ways to get points and bonuses - but you're going to need to focus on the aim of your shots more so on this table then the "super sweet" counter-part.

I plan on putting many hours into the South Park DLC and have to say they are among my favorite to play!

Please rate up :)
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: July 16, 2015
Great for a laugh! Particularly the Butter's table. More events and entertaining bonuses than most tables. Very colorful and decent layout. Fairly easy to keep track of the ball.

9/10 A must have table for South Park or Pinball fans alike!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: April 6, 2015
A nice addition to the ever-expanding list of PFX2's franchise pinball. This time it's down to South Park to have a good time...
The pack contains two tables: "SP Super Sweet Pinball" covers highlights of the show in general, with a focus on the main kids. "Butters' Very Own Pinball Game" switches over to the more recent misadventures of Butters (Cartman and Co. still get their share of the action though.)

Once the title screen pops up the fanservice starts. South Park Pinball recreates the cardboard cutout look of the show down to a T and celebrates the crude animation of the cast both on the table and the dot matrix. Super Sweet Pinball even uses the title song, and both tables are full of snappy lines directly lifted from the show. This must be said, there is a lot of attention to detail, and everything looks just great.

Both tables are straightforward as far as the gameplay is concerned, and while they share the look they play rather different.

"Super Sweet Pinball" is a wild romp through memorable scenes of the show's earlier years. Each mission focusses on a character- Stan's throwing-up problem when approaching girls, Kenny's constant deaths, the infamous alien probe Cartman got stuck... down there, it's all there, together with Mr. Hanky and yes, sure, Manbearpig. There are *many* missions on this table (each one lights up one letter of SOUTH PARK; you do the math) before you enter wizard mode... and that is both a good and a distracting thing.
Because... there is virtually no pause here. The table layout is clear but there is just nothing you can hit without advancing a mission and triggering the audio, and after a while you either get used to the (sometimes grating) voiceovers blurring into the already hectic music, or you reach for the volume controls.
That being said, the table encourages multiple missions being active and there is a nice sense of barely controlled chaos as you aim for ramps and not only trigger Cartman's Probe but also collect a nice score for visiting Canada; I am by no means a professional but on this table the score really throws itself at you.
If you like pinball and know about how PFX2 does "its thing", you won't be disappointed by Super Sweet Pinball, it has fun gameplay and is a nice table to get used to the virtual pinball craze. If you are a South Park fan, however, you'll enjoy the table even more.

"Butter's Very Own Pinball Game" focusses on the dreamy and mild-mannered Butters and comes with a more playful and calm approach to the silver ball. Again the table draws heavily from the show and focusses on Butters dressing up as several Alter Egos- each one representing a mission. When Sweet Pinball is the wild romp, Butters is the odd trip into a child's fantasies. The layout can get a bit tricky on this table, with some elements like the bumpers not too easy to hit and a skillshot that is always just a tad bit off. There are less missions but they require a bit more skill (compared to the score frenzies of the other table); if you like this one better than Sweet Pinball is probably more a question of how you want to play your pinball, not how you like the character.

I used- a while ago- to rate the PFX2 tables on their "realism"- how close they stick to a real life pinball machine, and both tables are pretty realistic; there are few gadgets compared to the Star Wars or Marvel tables. While virtual pinball, the physics are absolutely okay and the controls remain right and responsive.

All in all: Two solid tables that offer a lot of fanservice and a nice break from muscle-bound superheroes and lightsaber duels. South Park fans will get the better deal of course, but everyone looking for a(nother) fun table with the potential for sweet scores won't be disapointed.

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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 6
This table is one of my favorites. It is very addictive, easy to learn but hard to master. The sound effects are great, the voices come straight out of your favorite episodes. However, prepare for ragequits because it has a lot of unfair ballouts. I haven't played the Butters table much so this is all about the Southpark table. Still i would recommend it because of its sheer addictiveness. There are 3 different multiballs (4 if you include Wizard Mode) and a lot of exciting missions to complete. And if you like pinball and Southpark, this is a must buy.

You have almost no control when the ball bounces into one of the outlanes or goes straight between the flippers. And that happens often, you can give the table a nudge but that sometimes makes it worse. I also feel like Chef is way too difficult. You're often hitting too high or too low. When you hit too low you have a high chance of drowning your ball, when you hit too high you lose valuable time and won't be able to finish Chef anyway. I don't think i ever completed Chef.

Some tips: Restart if you lose your first ball early. Jimmy enables a ball save in the outlanes and Sarcastaball gives you an early extra ball. get them ASAP. You -need- Jimmy. When the ball is going through the right sidelane you can just hold the left flipper so it moves in to T&P and will likely hit Jimmy. Don't hit the ball with the left flipper when you need to hit the balloon in Sarcastaball either, it's better to use it as a ramp so the ball doesn't fall into the left gap.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 10
Like me, if you are also a fan of South Park? You need this pinball pack.
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: December 19, 2014
Best Pinball FX2 DLC ever! I liked... because im a fan of South Park!
5/5 =)
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