Star Wars Pinball 50% off on all platforms

3:00 AM on 05.02.2013

May the 4th be with you

Star Wars Day is this week on May 4, so Zen Studios is celebrating by offering 50% off on Star Wars Pinball across all the platform it's available on. It's going for $5 on Xbox Live Arcade, $1.99 for the Kindle HD, and $0.99 on the Mac, iOS, and Google Play stores. You have until May 6 to score the savings.

Meanwhile, the PlayStation Network version of the game is going for €4.99 in Europe only, and that deal will last until May 8. There's no sale planned for the PSN store in North America, but you can follow Zen Studios on Twitter where they'll be giving out codes for the PSN version all through the sale period.

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