Produced in: 2013 / 4
Features: This is a fourth production run of Stern’s 2011 ‘Disney TRON Legacy’ that completed in the first quarter of 2013. The most obvious difference from the previous runs is that the translite features two female characters from the movie, named Gem and Quorra. This is the so-called “Quorra/Gem translite”. The cabinet art uses decals (not screened art). This fourth run game also shipped with an additional translite, known as the “CLU translite”. Previously , the CLU translite was found only on the third production run, Stern’s 2012 ‘Disney TRON Legacy (3rd Edition)’. With the fourth run, the operator was given a choice of translites to display in the backbox. If a game has a CLU translite displayed in its backbox, the manufacturer sticker on the back of its cabinet should clarify from which production run the game was made. On all Editions after the first one, the manufacturer provided the wiring for a shaker motor but did not provide the motor itself. Customers had to buy the shaker motor from after-factory providers.
Theme: Licensed Theme – Science Fiction
Additional Features: Motorcycles (2), Recognizer, TRON video arcade cabinet. The Recognizer is a gray robotic-looking device located above the spinning disc enclosure. On this 4th Edition model, it does not move.
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
MPU: Stern S.A.M. Board System, Model Number:
#Produced: 200 units (approximate) in 2013
Manufacturer: Stern Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1999-now) [Trade Name: Stern]
Design by: John Borg Art by: John Youssi Music By: Sound By: Software by: Lyman F. Sheats Jr., Lonnie D. Ropp, Tom Uban Animation by: