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* Many PhysicalPinballTables have options to tone down racy or possibly offensive voice clips for certain markets, as a form of AdjustableCensorship. A notable example would be ''Pinball/ElviraAndThePartyMonsters'', which not only allowed suppressing the saucier quotes, but also came with a "modesty decal" to cover Elvira's GagBoobs on the backglass.
* Stern Pinball's ''NASCAR'' pinball allowed operators to replace the default backglass art with one that changed the "Miller Lite" logo on Rusty Wallace's car with a "Rusty" logo instead, in case their location was sensitive to alcohol-related advertising.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' pinball had a "safe" version. Featuring the Super Fart Bumpers becoming the Super Pop Bumpers, "They killed Kenny -- rats!" and others. It also included decals to cover up potentially offensive playfield art, such as Mr. Hanky the Christmas Poo.
* In ''VideoGame/DevilsCrush'' for the TurboGrafx16, the pentagrams were geometrically altered for the U.S. version, becoming eight-pointed. In the SegaGenesis version, ''Dragon's Fury'', anything star-shaped was changed into a simple five-pointed star.
* The home version[[note]]a home PhysicalPinballTable, not a video game port[[/note]] of Bally's ''[[Pinball/CaptainFantastic Capt. Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy]]'' replaces the racy artwork of the original with a family-friendly quasi-psychedelic depiction of Music/EltonJohn and the Cowboy.
* Creator/{{Gottlieb}}'s ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld'' reuses the VideoMode from their earlier ''Pinball/SuperMarioBros'', but replaces the Bullet Bills with Boos instead.
* The SuperNintendo version of ''VideoGame/PinballDreams'' removed the crosses in the "Nightmare" table.
* ''Pinball/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' ships with a gun grip and trigger to launch balls and fire at in-game targets. Operators have the option to replace the grip with a fire/launch button "for sensitive locations".
* In Creator/SegaPinball's ''Pinball/SouthPark'', the original version of the game software included more offensive language than what appears in the final product. Comedy Central demanded the change soon after the game's release.
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