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* ''Pinball/{{Twister}}'' (Sega, 1996)
* ''[[Pinball/MiniViper Mini-Viper]]'' (Sega, 1996)

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* ''Pinball/{{Twister}}'' ''Twister'' (Sega, 1996)
* ''[[Pinball/MiniViper Mini-Viper]]'' ''Mini-Viper'' (Sega, 1996)



* ''[[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones]]'' (Stern, 2008)

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* ''[[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones]]'' ''Pinball/{{Indiana Jones|Stern}}'' (Stern, 2008)



* ''[[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]]'' (Stern, 2010)

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* ''[[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]]'' ''Pinball/{{Iron Man|Stern}}'' (Stern, 2010)


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* ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]'' (Data East, 1992)

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* ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]'' ''Pinball/{{Star Wars|Data East}}'' (Data East, 1992)



* ''[[Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt Tales from the Crypt]]'' (Data East, 1993)
* ''[[Pinball/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]]'' (Data East, 1994)
* ''[[Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein Mary Shelley's Frankenstein]]'' (Sega, 1995)

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* ''[[Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt Tales from the Crypt]]'' ''Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt'' (Data East, 1993)
* ''[[Pinball/GunsNRoses Guns N' Roses]]'' ''Pinball/GunsNRoses'' (Data East, 1994)
* ''[[Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein Mary Shelley's Frankenstein]]'' ''Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein'' (Sega, 1995)



* ''[[Pinball/TheLostWorldJurassicPark The Lost World: Jurassic Park]]'' (Sega, 1997)

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* ''[[Pinball/TheLostWorldJurassicPark The Lost World: Jurassic Park]]'' ''Pinball/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' (Sega, 1997)



* ''[[Pinball/SharkeysShootout Sharkey's Shootout]]'' (Stern, 2000)

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* ''[[Pinball/SharkeysShootout Sharkey's Shootout]]'' ''Pinball/SharkeysShootout'' (Stern, 2000)


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* ''Pinball/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Stern}}'' (Stern, 2020)


John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], [[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]], [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Pinball/{{Metallica}},'' and ''X-Men''.

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John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, ''Pinball/{{Jurassic Park|Data East}}, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], [[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]], [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Pinball/{{Metallica}},'' and ''X-Men''.



* ''Pinball/JurassicPark'' (Data East, 1993)

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* ''Pinball/JurassicPark'' ''Pinball/{{Jurassic Park|Data East}}'' (Data East, 1993)


* ''Aerosmith'' (Stern, 2017)

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* ''Aerosmith'' ''Pinball/{{Aerosmith}}'' (Stern, 2017)



* ''The Munsters'' (Stern, 2019)

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* ''The Munsters'' ''Pinball/TheMunsters'' (Stern, 2019)


John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], Pinball/IronMan, [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Pinball/{{Metallica}},'' and ''X-Men''.

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John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], Pinball/IronMan, [[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]], [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Pinball/{{Metallica}},'' and ''X-Men''.



* ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' (Stern, 2017)

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* ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' ''Pinball/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' (Stern, 2017)


* ''Pinball/XMenStern'' (Stern Pinball, 2012)
* ''Pinball/{{Metallica}}'' (Stern Pinball, 2013)
* ''Pinball/TheWalkingDead'' (Stern Pinball, 2014)

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* ''Pinball/XMenStern'' (Stern Pinball, (Stern, 2012)
* ''Pinball/{{Metallica}}'' (Stern Pinball, (Stern, 2013)
* ''Pinball/TheWalkingDead'' (Stern Pinball, 2014)(Stern, 2014)
* ''[[Pinball/KissStern KISS]]'' (Stern, 2015)
* ''Aerosmith'' (Stern, 2017)
* ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' (Stern, 2017)
* ''The Munsters'' (Stern, 2019)


* ''[[Pinball/TronLegacy TRON: Legacy]]'' (Stern, 2011)
* ''Pinball/XMen'' (Stern Pinball, 2012)

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* ''[[Pinball/TronLegacy TRON: Legacy]]'' ''Pinball/TronLegacy'' (Stern, 2011)
* ''Pinball/XMen'' ''Pinball/XMenStern'' (Stern Pinball, 2012)


Borg started off intending to design injection molds for producing plastic parts. While looking for a position, he met the folks at [[Creator/{{Gottlieb}} Premier Technology (Gottlieb)]]; upon noticing that Premier was a pinball company, he became interested in the industry, and was hired in 1987 as a mechanical engineer and draftsman. He got his start working with Creator/JohnTrudeau on ''Victory'' and Creator/JonNorris on ''Diamond Lady''. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights... Camera... Action!''

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Borg started off intending to design injection molds for producing plastic parts. While looking for a position, he met the folks at [[Creator/{{Gottlieb}} Premier Technology (Gottlieb)]]; upon noticing that Premier was a pinball company, he became interested in the industry, and was hired in 1987 as a mechanical engineer and draftsman. He got his start working with Creator/JohnTrudeau on ''Victory'' and Creator/JonNorris on ''Diamond Lady''. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights...''[[Pinball/LightsCameraAction Lights... Camera... Action!''
Action!]]''

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* ''Pinball/AustinPowers'' (Stern, 2001)

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* ''Pinball/TheWalkingDead'' (Stern Pinball, 2014)


John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], Pinball/IronMan, [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Metallica,'' and ''X-Men''.

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John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull]], Pinball/IronMan, [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Metallica,'' Pinball/{{Metallica}},'' and ''X-Men''.


John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Jurassic Park, Tales from the Crypt, Guns N' Roses, Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Iron Man, [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Metallica,'' and ''X-Men''.

Borg started off intending to design injection molds for producing plastic parts. While looking for a position, he met the folks at [[Creator/{{Gottlieb}} Premier Technology (Gottlieb)]]; upon noticing that Premier was a pinball company, he became interested in the industry, and was hired in 1987 as a mechanical engineer and draftsman. He got his start working with Creator/JohnTrudeau on ''Victory,'' thenCreator/JonNorris on ''Diamond Lady''. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights... Camera... Action!''

Borg later moved to Creator/DataEast in 1990 as a game designer, where his first game was 1992's ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]''. He then continued a decade of hits for Data East, Sega, and Stern, ending in 2001, but he later returned in 2007 with ''Pinball/IndianaJonesStern''.

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John Borg is a {{pinball}} engineer and designer who has been working in the industry for over twenty years. He has developed numerous high-profile pins for Creator/DataEast, Creator/SegaPinball, and Creator/SternPinball, including ''Jurassic Park, Tales from the Crypt, Guns N' Roses, ''Pinball/JurassicPark, Pinball/TalesFromTheCrypt, Pinball/GunsNRoses, [[Pinball/IndianaJonesStern Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Iron Man, Skull]], Pinball/IronMan, [[Pinball/TronLegacy Tron Legacy]], Metallica,'' and ''X-Men''.

Borg started off intending to design injection molds for producing plastic parts. While looking for a position, he met the folks at [[Creator/{{Gottlieb}} Premier Technology (Gottlieb)]]; upon noticing that Premier was a pinball company, he became interested in the industry, and was hired in 1987 as a mechanical engineer and draftsman. He got his start working with Creator/JohnTrudeau on ''Victory,'' thenCreator/JonNorris ''Victory'' and Creator/JonNorris on ''Diamond Lady''. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights... Camera... Action!''

Borg later moved to Creator/DataEast in 1990 as a game designer, where and in 1992 released his first game was 1992's game, ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]''. He then continued a decade of hits for Data East, Sega, and Stern, ending in 2001, but he 2001. John later returned to the field in 2007 with ''Pinball/IndianaJonesStern''.


* ''Pinball/IronMan'' (Stern, 2010)

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* ''Pinball/IronMan'' ''[[Pinball/IronManStern Iron Man]]'' (Stern, 2010)


Borg started off as a mechanical engineer and draftsman for Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1987, working with designers such as Creator/JohnTrudeau, Creator/JonNorris, and Ray Tanzer. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights... Camera... Action!'' He joined the pinball division at Creator/DataEast in 1990 as a game designer, and his first game was 1992's ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]''. He then continued a decade of hits for Data East, Sega, and Stern, ending in 2001, but he later returned in 2007 with ''Pinball/IndianaJonesStern''.

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Borg started off intending to design injection molds for producing plastic parts. While looking for a position, he met the folks at [[Creator/{{Gottlieb}} Premier Technology (Gottlieb)]]; upon noticing that Premier was a pinball company, he became interested in the industry, and was hired in 1987 as a mechanical engineer and draftsman for Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1987, draftsman. He got his start working with designers such as Creator/JohnTrudeau, Creator/JonNorris, and Ray Tanzer.with Creator/JohnTrudeau on ''Victory,'' thenCreator/JonNorris on ''Diamond Lady''. In 1989, he received his first patent for a a rotating mini-playfield that appeared in Gottlieb's ''Lights... Camera... Action!'' He joined the pinball division at Action!''

Borg later moved to
Creator/DataEast in 1990 as a game designer, and where his first game was 1992's ''[[Pinball/StarWarsDataEast Star Wars]]''. He then continued a decade of hits for Data East, Sega, and Stern, ending in 2001, but he later returned in 2007 with ''Pinball/IndianaJonesStern''.

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