May the Fourth be an excuse for Star Wars Pinball discounts

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May the Fourth be an excuse for Star Wars Pinball discounts
May 4th discounts on Star Wars pinball tables
Every year, we forget that people celebrate Star Wars-related stuff on May 4, thanks to a cute pun, and every year we smile a bit when we remember. This year, Zen Studios is marking the occasion with a sale on Star Wars Pinball, marking the game down 50% in all of its multifarious versions.

Starting yesterday, and through May 7, Star Wars Pinball as part of Pinball FX2 on Xbox is 400 Microsoft Points; Star Wars Pinball for Zen Pinball 2 is €4.99 for European PS Plus members; and the iOS, Android, Mac App Store, and new Kindle Fire HD versions are all 99 cents.

There have been some ups and downs for Star Wars recently – new owners, and new movies, but LucasArts is gone. Enjoy this game, then, as it's likely to be a while before we see more Star Wars games.
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Zen Studios Celebrates May 4th with a Star Wars™ Pinball Sale

May the 4th Be With You™! In joyous celebration of Star Wars® Day, Zen Studios is offering a 50% discount on Star Wars™ Pinball starting today, April 30th!

Just in time for the May the 4th festivities, Star Wars Pinball is now available for the Kindle Fire HD!

Players will enjoy 50% off regular Star Wars Pinball pricing from April 30th – May 7th, 2013 on the following digital stores and prices:

Star Wars™ Pinball for Pinball FX2™ on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for 400 MSP
Star Wars™ Pinball for Zen Pinball 2 on PlayStation® Network Europe PS PLUS Sale for €4.99
Star Wars™ Pinball on the Apple App Store for $0.99
Star Wars™ Pinball on Google Play™ for $0.99
Star Wars™ Pinball on Kindle Fire HD for $0.99
Star Wars™ Pinball for Zen Pinball™ 2 on the Mac App Store for $0.99


Discount offer ends at 12:01 AM PST on May 8, 2013.
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