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Release Date: Jan 12, 2016

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Based on events from Star Warsᵀᴹ: The Force Awakensᵀᴹ, players will be able to experience unforgettable moments from the film on two action-packed pinball tables.

Team up with the Resistance to fight against the First Order alongside Rey, Finn, Poe, General Leia and Han Solo in the Star Wars™ Pinball: The Force Awakens™ Table!

Take command of the First Order as you travel through hyperspace on board a Star Destroyer and restore order to a galaxy far, far away on the Star Wars™ Pinball: Might of the First Order table!

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:2500 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:3500 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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Overall:
Positive (16 reviews)
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rollotomasi666
Posted: May 18
The two Force Awakens Pack tables are both entertaining and well done overall, particularly the First Order table, which has an inventive "second tier" beneath the table that can result in some frenetic matches with multiballs.

However, it is FAR too easy to scratch on the left side on the Force Awakens table. I've invested only a small amount of time playing it, and already I've lost count how many times the ball was spit out of a hole on the left side only to result in a direct scratch that I'd have to have the reflexes of a cat to bump out of. Also, it seems that the slots on both sides are almost rubberized--the ball positively jumps off them, often leading to very quick scratches as well.

It is easier to scratch on this table than it is on the Boba Fett table, and that is saying a lot.
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Wagglesworth
Posted: May 7
The First Order table is among the best that Zen has released.

The pack is well worth the price for the single table alone.
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MrRight
Posted: May 1
Worth to buy it for full price.
You don´t regret i!
Worth every cent and a giving for Zen Studio, too!
Buy it!
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fade
Posted: April 26
The First Order is a awsome table!
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capnlove
Posted: January 24
Being a huge fan of Pinbal FX2 and their Star Wars tables, I bought this pack on day 1, expecting a new set of favorites...

Didn't happen.

TLDR => Force Awakens is frustrating and buggy, Might of the First Order is the main reason the pack gets a thumbs up.

The Force Awakens table has some issues which never showed up in other tables; weird ball sticking/warping issues, sudden program freezes which last up to a minute and questionable physics responses to flippers (at times) which send the ball in impossible directions with equally impossible velocities.

The sound design, one of the highlights of most tables in the Pinbal FX2 collection, feels like it was handled by a novice audio engineer : The letter highlight chutes (R-E-Y/B-B-8) sound eeringly close to Facebook chat notifications, door sounds remind me of Doom doors every time I hear them, BB8 sounds nothing like his movie counterpart and some power-up sounds seem to cut off halfway through. I'm an audio guy so yeah, these things matter to me. :)

On the plus side, the table is fun to play despite its frustrating flaws and seems to borrow features from other Star Wars tables, putting a new twist on them (e.g. linear Movie Scene progression vs. Selecting Movie scenes). Its progression and mini-games and modes are top-notch but I feel like this one had scheduling or production issues, keeping it from being great.

Might of the First Order feels new and fresh with its central sub-table gimmick and is a table I have very little to say about. Some of its mechanics are not immediately clear but the table is fun, challenging and moves fast; I just wish that it went farther in terms of its storytelling.

The audio design is strange at times with extremely-retro sounding notifications reminescent of a Pachinko Parlor or a 70s arcade, which never fails to take me out of the experience. Regardless, the overall audio quality and its integration are both excellent.
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Mebbles
Posted: January 20
These tables are really good; I really love the Might of the First Order table because it has a really neat play field under the normal one (that is easy to get into!), which is even more crazy-fun when you have multi-balls.

The Force Awakens table is harder for me, but I do like to shoot at the moving targets and enemies.

In summary, I think 5 dollars is a great price for 2 nice tables and worth checking out. If you like the videos shown above, I really think you should get these tables! Have fun guys! :3
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amontillado335
Posted: January 18
Well, overall I am very pleased with these latest two pinball releases and so far I must say that I am more a fan of either of these games than I am of the latest movie. I found The First Order table to be noticbally superior to The Force Awakens table for two major reasons: far smoother game play and better table layout.

The Force Awakens, I believe may had been released a bit prematurely, since sometimes the ball happens to get stuck in the sink holes and needs to be jarred out, as well as gameplay occasionaly having momentary freezing issues. These glitches are a bit unacceptable. Therefore, I do hope that Pinball FX2 will clear these issues up with an update in the near future.

Also, another slight negataive to The Force Awakens table is the fact that the ball seems to get sucked down the middle drain with tremendous gravatational pull, with absolutely no chance for a save, significantly more often than on other tables. I will say that this does account for a portion of its fast and challenging gameplay.

So, the reason that I recommend this 2-pack is for The First Order table. It is an absolutely stellar game, with amazing voiceovers, music (which also goes for The Force Awakens table), visual effects and sound effects. It also has a very interesting mini-game/ multi-ball option that is on one hand super creative, but it can also be a little confusing to focus on since it lies right in the middle of the playing field and seemlessly starts when the playes shoots the ball down the coresponding sink hole. With practice, the player should get used to it. However, I think that the authors of the game could had maybe illumanated the flippers another color, like red, when playing the mini-game to help focus the player's attention to the correct board.

Overall, The Force Awakens is fun, but only ranks a mediocre score from me and would not had been worth it had it been the stronger game in the pack. Yet, The First Order table is exceptional and was well woth the $5 alone!!!!


*****Update: January 23rd*****

I'd just like to add after playing The Force Awakens board a little longer that, although I am still not a huge fan of the way that the ball gets magnetically jostled around when aimed at the center of the game, I am really enjoying the BB-8 mini games and absolutely love the Milenium Falcon multi-ball!! Very nicely done FX!!

So, if I may I'd like to pull back a little on my original critique of this board, for it really has grown on me. I still think The First Order is superior, but The Force Awakens does have some very stellar elements that I was unaware of when I wrote my inital review.

Bottom line: you cannot go wrong with this pack if you are a fan of FX Pinball . . . . period.

*****End Transmission:)******
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Dark Cypher
Posted: January 15
The tables are actually really good to play, the missions are well thought out. This makes me want to build a cab again... only crit is the music isn't from the new soundtrack It would be nice if they had used the new music but once the ball hits those flippers i forgot all about that!!!

For those wondering what the new soundtrack sounds like its here.

https://play.google.com/store/music/album/John_Williams_Star_Wars_The_Force_Awakens_Original?id=Bcy2ehekhvtysp3ftal2bwz7hxe&hl=en


Update!!! Correction, there is new Star Wars Force Awakens music in the tables it plays during missions.
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Paradise Decay
Posted: January 13
A non-biased quick look @ the game:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QOJMC7kaVM

One of the best films of 2015 and one of the best Pinball simulators available on PC. It's a match made in heaven. - Highly Recommended!
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FallenGlory
Posted: January 13
*** Warning might contain some movie related spoilers! ***

Pinball FX2 has done it now with these 2 tables based on Star Wars the Force Awakens.

The first table is based on Jaccu, the planet where Rey lives and finds the robot BB8 and later encounters Finn. It has some authentic sounds and the art work is spot on. The table feels fast, while still being in control with two extra flippers on top and an extra mini table on the top. Overal I would class it easy to play, but moderately hard to master. Rating 9/10

The second table evolves around the first order starring Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma, you see the mighty Star Destroyer and other related evilness as well which really get's you going. It's not as easy to play as the first table, since the ramps are a bit harder to acces but I still enjoy it very much. You have one side flipper and a second table below the other which I've never seen before. I did not unlock everything yet, but I do expect some nice cutscenes starring Kylo Ren since the first table has cutscenes too. I would rate this table 8 out of 10.

Conclusion:
I would definitely recommend picking up this pack for such a soft price! You don't even have to by a die hard fan of the movies to like this :)
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
14 of 16 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 18
Well, overall I am very pleased with these latest two pinball releases and so far I must say that I am more a fan of either of these games than I am of the latest movie. I found The First Order table to be noticbally superior to The Force Awakens table for two major reasons: far smoother game play and better table layout.

The Force Awakens, I believe may had been released a bit prematurely, since sometimes the ball happens to get stuck in the sink holes and needs to be jarred out, as well as gameplay occasionaly having momentary freezing issues. These glitches are a bit unacceptable. Therefore, I do hope that Pinball FX2 will clear these issues up with an update in the near future.

Also, another slight negataive to The Force Awakens table is the fact that the ball seems to get sucked down the middle drain with tremendous gravatational pull, with absolutely no chance for a save, significantly more often than on other tables. I will say that this does account for a portion of its fast and challenging gameplay.

So, the reason that I recommend this 2-pack is for The First Order table. It is an absolutely stellar game, with amazing voiceovers, music (which also goes for The Force Awakens table), visual effects and sound effects. It also has a very interesting mini-game/ multi-ball option that is on one hand super creative, but it can also be a little confusing to focus on since it lies right in the middle of the playing field and seemlessly starts when the playes shoots the ball down the coresponding sink hole. With practice, the player should get used to it. However, I think that the authors of the game could had maybe illumanated the flippers another color, like red, when playing the mini-game to help focus the player's attention to the correct board.

Overall, The Force Awakens is fun, but only ranks a mediocre score from me and would not had been worth it had it been the stronger game in the pack. Yet, The First Order table is exceptional and was well woth the $5 alone!!!!


*****Update: January 23rd*****

I'd just like to add after playing The Force Awakens board a little longer that, although I am still not a huge fan of the way that the ball gets magnetically jostled around when aimed at the center of the game, I am really enjoying the BB-8 mini games and absolutely love the Milenium Falcon multi-ball!! Very nicely done FX!!

So, if I may I'd like to pull back a little on my original critique of this board, for it really has grown on me. I still think The First Order is superior, but The Force Awakens does have some very stellar elements that I was unaware of when I wrote my inital review.

Bottom line: you cannot go wrong with this pack if you are a fan of FX Pinball . . . . period.

*****End Transmission:)******
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: January 13
*** Warning might contain some movie related spoilers! ***

Pinball FX2 has done it now with these 2 tables based on Star Wars the Force Awakens.

The first table is based on Jaccu, the planet where Rey lives and finds the robot BB8 and later encounters Finn. It has some authentic sounds and the art work is spot on. The table feels fast, while still being in control with two extra flippers on top and an extra mini table on the top. Overal I would class it easy to play, but moderately hard to master. Rating 9/10

The second table evolves around the first order starring Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma, you see the mighty Star Destroyer and other related evilness as well which really get's you going. It's not as easy to play as the first table, since the ramps are a bit harder to acces but I still enjoy it very much. You have one side flipper and a second table below the other which I've never seen before. I did not unlock everything yet, but I do expect some nice cutscenes starring Kylo Ren since the first table has cutscenes too. I would rate this table 8 out of 10.

Conclusion:
I would definitely recommend picking up this pack for such a soft price! You don't even have to by a die hard fan of the movies to like this :)
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: May 7
The First Order table is among the best that Zen has released.

The pack is well worth the price for the single table alone.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 15
The tables are actually really good to play, the missions are well thought out. This makes me want to build a cab again... only crit is the music isn't from the new soundtrack It would be nice if they had used the new music but once the ball hits those flippers i forgot all about that!!!

For those wondering what the new soundtrack sounds like its here.

https://play.google.com/store/music/album/John_Williams_Star_Wars_The_Force_Awakens_Original?id=Bcy2ehekhvtysp3ftal2bwz7hxe&hl=en


Update!!! Correction, there is new Star Wars Force Awakens music in the tables it plays during missions.
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5 of 10 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 12
Great addition. Both tables are fun.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: April 26
The First Order is a awsome table!
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5 of 10 people (50%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: January 13
A non-biased quick look @ the game:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QOJMC7kaVM

One of the best films of 2015 and one of the best Pinball simulators available on PC. It's a match made in heaven. - Highly Recommended!
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Recommended
Posted: January 24
Being a huge fan of Pinbal FX2 and their Star Wars tables, I bought this pack on day 1, expecting a new set of favorites...

Didn't happen.

TLDR => Force Awakens is frustrating and buggy, Might of the First Order is the main reason the pack gets a thumbs up.

The Force Awakens table has some issues which never showed up in other tables; weird ball sticking/warping issues, sudden program freezes which last up to a minute and questionable physics responses to flippers (at times) which send the ball in impossible directions with equally impossible velocities.

The sound design, one of the highlights of most tables in the Pinbal FX2 collection, feels like it was handled by a novice audio engineer : The letter highlight chutes (R-E-Y/B-B-8) sound eeringly close to Facebook chat notifications, door sounds remind me of Doom doors every time I hear them, BB8 sounds nothing like his movie counterpart and some power-up sounds seem to cut off halfway through. I'm an audio guy so yeah, these things matter to me. :)

On the plus side, the table is fun to play despite its frustrating flaws and seems to borrow features from other Star Wars tables, putting a new twist on them (e.g. linear Movie Scene progression vs. Selecting Movie scenes). Its progression and mini-games and modes are top-notch but I feel like this one had scheduling or production issues, keeping it from being great.

Might of the First Order feels new and fresh with its central sub-table gimmick and is a table I have very little to say about. Some of its mechanics are not immediately clear but the table is fun, challenging and moves fast; I just wish that it went farther in terms of its storytelling.

The audio design is strange at times with extremely-retro sounding notifications reminescent of a Pachinko Parlor or a 70s arcade, which never fails to take me out of the experience. Regardless, the overall audio quality and its integration are both excellent.
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Recommended
Posted: January 20
These tables are really good; I really love the Might of the First Order table because it has a really neat play field under the normal one (that is easy to get into!), which is even more crazy-fun when you have multi-balls.

The Force Awakens table is harder for me, but I do like to shoot at the moving targets and enemies.

In summary, I think 5 dollars is a great price for 2 nice tables and worth checking out. If you like the videos shown above, I really think you should get these tables! Have fun guys! :3
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Recommended
Posted: May 1
Worth to buy it for full price.
You don´t regret i!
Worth every cent and a giving for Zen Studio, too!
Buy it!
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