Super-Skill Pinball Gets An Star Trek Skin From WizKids

January 5, 2022 by fcostin

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Super-Skill Pinball on the tabletop is a world of fun, emulating the experience of a classic pinball machine in an old school arcade is priceless. A simple roll of the dice, combined with strategy can translate the process of a ball bearing whizzing and whirling across multiple chambers will see players engaging with bumpers, flippers and racking up multi-combo points as if on a physical machine.

Star Trek Super Skilled Pinball - WizKids

Star Trek Super Skilled Pinball // WizKids

Remember the days of different skins on Pinball machines. I distinctly remember playing the Flash Gordon pinball machine at the Arcade, every time you hit Zod, the machine sung “FLASH, AHHHH!”, and that could get spammed repeatedly - which used to annoy the life out of my sister!

A new version of Super-Skill Pinball is coming from WizKids, with a fresh skin to appeal to those who enjoy boldly going where no man has gone before. Star Trek Super-Skill Pinball from WizKids will be headed to FLGS stores soon, as pre-orders are live and heading on to our tabletops as quick as you can say “Engage!”.

Super-Skill Pinball does require strategy, whether you are on a Borg Cube, The Enterprise and all it’s menagerie or Lower Decks to achieve the ultimate pinball experience, varying in levels of difficulty.

  • Starfleet Academy features the classic Pinball experience, where you’ll learn the basics and try to beat the famous Kobayashi Maru!
  • The Trouble with Tribbles sees you helping Kirk and the crew keep the rapidly multiplying tribbles from overwhelming the U.S.S. Enterprise!
  • Lower Decks will have you join the crew of the U.S.S. Cerritos as they deal with holodeck malfunctions and artificial gravity gone awry!
  • Borg Attack asks you to build a fleet of Starfleet’s finest ships to take down a Borg Cube and save the Galaxy!

Supper Skill Pinball is a lot of fun to play. Either enter the experience solo or with three other players, the game can take roughly 45 minutes to complete with more than enough time to stop the Romulan threat, clear out the tribbles and replicate yourself a nice, ice-cold pint.

Have you played Super-Skill Pinball?

"Either enter the experience solo or with three other players, the game can take roughly 45 minutes to complete..."

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