In today's edition of I Feel Old Now, the seminal dino flick Jurassic Park is set to turn 25 years old this coming June, and Universal has partnered up with the folks at Zen Studios to celebrate this milestone with a new set of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World pinball tables heading to their digital pinball games Zen Pinball [Free] and Pinball FX3. There are three tables in all, with the first focusing on the 2015 revitalization of the series Jurassic World. Next is a table based off some of the most classic scenes of the original Jurassic Park film, and the third table is based all around the mayhem caused in the Jurassic Park universe, like massive dinosaur battles and rescuing survivors. You can see all three Jurassic World Pinball tables in action in the following trailer.

In addition to reliving some of the awesome moments from the movie series, these tables also include the authentic voice clips taken straight from the movies, which is cool as that's not always the case when it comes to Zen's licensed pinball tables. The Jurassic World Pinball tables will be launching across all platforms on February 20th, which will include Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and Windows 10 in the Pinball FX3 game and the Zen Pinball app for iOS, Android, and Mac players. Pricing was not announced but I'd imagine it'll be in line with previous DLC packs. I'm a big Jurassic Park fan and actually really enjoyed Jurassic World when it came out, and I'm similarly looking forward to the sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom when it opens on June 22nd, almost day and date with the original film's 25th birthday. Jurassic World Pinball should be a fun way to get amped up for the new movie when it arrives in just a couple of weeks.

  • HotHamBoy

    It's great that they got the original voice clips, they didn't do that for the Universal Classics pack. However, it seems that they DID NOT license John Williams' music for the Jurassic Park tables, just as they didn't with the Universal Pack. Pretty lame.

  • islesfan

    I wish Pinball Arcade would get the actual Jurassic Park pinball table! That would be far better.