‘The Walking Dead’ Pinball Table Created by Zen Studios Available this Summer [Watch Trailer]

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By Tarun Mazumdar | June 5, 2014 5:24 PM EST

Zen Studios has collaborated with Telltale Games and Robert Kirkman, comic book writer to create a brand new digital pinball table based on "The Walking Dead" game. This table will incorporate the story of "The Walking Dead: Season One." The different touring locations where players can go are Everett's pharmacy in Macon, Clementine's tree house and walker-filled streets of Savannah.

According to Zen Studios, "The Walking Dead" pinball table will have five episodes of Season One. Moreover, the game will have original story dialogue from the cast.

"Zen Studios is a huge admirer of Telltale Games, and we truly cherish the opportunity to work with such amazing visionaries," said Mel Kirk, Vice President of publishing, Zen Studios in a press statement.

"Working with Telltale's The Walking Dead is a hallmark moment as we continue our quest to create the most memorable and authentic pinball experiences," added Mel.

The various scenarios that player choose are who to save and whom to leave behind when a walker strikes, solving issues and keeping up the morale of people in the group, looking for important tools and going for food supplies missions.

"Zen knocked it out of the park with their interpretation Telltale's first season of The Walking Dead as a pinball table," said Steve Allison, SVP of publishing, Telltale Games.

"Players once again get to step into the shoes of Lee Everett and protect Clementine as all the major events of season one play a role in the first ever pinball game that features choice and consequence gameplay," added Steve.

According to Zen Studios, "The Walking Dead" Pinball table will be available for download this summer on pinball platforms of Zen. The game will be made available on PC, mobile and console.

Check out the trailer of "The Walking Dead" Pinball table below.

Credit: YouTube/Zen Studios

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