As we learned just over a month ago, Zen Studios has been hard at work on four new Star Wars themed tables for Star Wars Pinball [$1.99] and Zen Pinball [Free] iOS games. Today, those new tables have gone live in both versions of the game. The four new tables include: a Han Solo table, an Episode IV: A New Hope table, a Droids table featuring C-3PO and R2-D2, and a Masters of the Force table featuring both good and evil characters form the Star Wars universe. Here's a brand new launch trailer showing off a bit of each new table.

As fans already know, Zen Studios are experts at embracing the "video game" nature of their digital pinball tables, adding fancy visuals and gameplay elements that simply wouldn't be possible in real life. They're also great at utilizing their various licenses, and these new Star Wars tables are dripping with fan service. Each new table is available for $1.99 per table through both the standalone Star Wars Pinball app and in the all-encompassing Zen Pinball app. Don't hesitate to add them to your collection, as there may be dire consequences if you don't.

  • your personal robot

    Fantastic tables once again. Extremely diverse. Having a great time with them the last couple of hours.

    • markymarkanddafunkybunch

      Really? Nothing new IMO. Still like the original more than the ones I purchased. Fett, return, IV, the tie fighter

  • heyday72

    Hope to live long enough to keep on playing zen pinball on apples dream platforms. It realy enriches my life.

  • Wizard of Odyssey

    They're lots of fun. The Han Solo/Cantina table is particularly delightful. New Hope isn't as 1977'ey as I'd like, but it's still fun. Droids features R5-D4, whom I adore.

    I would happily trade the Force Guys table for one featuring Princess Leia though, she doesn't get enough attention and it's a shame she is probably going to be left out.

    Do you think we'll ever see the old Data East Star Wars table from 1992 in video form? Maybe via Farsight Pinball Arcade? I want Star Wars Pinball EVERYWHERE.

  • jeremygamer

    I love Zen Pinball, and these tables are great (already bought them on PS3/PS4/Vita and the New Hope table on iOS), but would it kill them to spend five minutes on their interface?

    For instance, I can't think of another app with IAP where they don't tell you the price of the IAP until AFTER you've clicked the button and entered your password. Spoiler alert: tables are $1.99, but you'll never find that anywhere in the actual UI.

    Zen, stop leaving money on the table by not telling us how much money you want from us. It's stopped me multiple times in the past from buying your tables, I can't be alone there.