Produced in: 2011 / 4
Features: Flippers (3), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), Spinning targets (2), Right-side dual inlanes, 4-bank drop targets (1), 3-target dropping bank (1), Stationary standup targets (4), Spinning disc. This is a second edition of Stern’s 2011 ‘Disney TRON Legacy’. It has screened cabinet art (not decals). 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. See also: Stern’s 2012 ‘Disney TRON Legacy (3rd Edition)’. Stern’s 2013 ‘Disney TRON Legacy (4th Edition)’.
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. Only on this Limited Edition model does it move, swinging from right to left. When the target bank drops to allow ball access to the enclosure, the Recognizer locks/stops in the center position. The ball in play does not come into contact with the Recognizer. It is for a visual effect only.
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
MPU: Stern S.A.M. Board System, Model Number: I-00C2
#Produced: 400 units (confirmed) in 2011
Manufacturer: Stern Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1999-now) [Trade Name: Stern]
Design by: John Borg Art by: John Youssi Music By: David Thiel Sound By: David Thiel Software by: Lyman F. Sheats Jr., Lonnie D. Ropp, Tom Uban Animation by: