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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.
South Park 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 Devil's Crush for the Turbo-Grafx 16, the pentagrams were geometrically altered for the U.S. version, becoming eight-pointed. In the Sega Genesis version, Dragon's Fury, anything star-shaped was changed into a simple five-pointed star.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines 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 Sega Pinball's South Park, 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.