Star Wars Pinball coming to PSN, XBLA, iOS, Android and more starting Feb. 26

Zen Studios' first three Star Wars Pinball tables will be released on a wide number of platforms next week, beginning with a Feb. 26 release on PlayStation Network in North America and seeing a wider release on Feb. 27.

Star Wars Pinball will come to Zen Pinball 2 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita through Sony's PlayStation Network on Feb. 26 in North America, then to Europe on Feb. 27. The bundle of tables based on The Empire Strikes Back, The Clone Wars animated series and bounty hunter Boba Fett will cost $9.99/€9.99. The PSN version will support Cross Buy, requiring a single purchase on PS3 to play on both PlayStation platforms.

The trio of Star Wars tables will then come to Pinball FX2 for Xbox 360 on Feb. 27 for 800 Microsoft Points.

Each table will be released individually for Zen Pinball HD for Android devices, Zen Pinball for iOS and Zen Pinball 2 for Mac OS X.

Star Wars Pinball will also be released as a standalone app for Android and iOS, with other platform announcements coming at a later date.

For our hands-on look at the Xbox Live Arcade version of Star Wars Pinball, check out this story.

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