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* TheCameo: One of the things the Brain Bug thinks of in the Match Sequence is VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog.
** Interestingly this cameo is kept on its ''Pinball Arcade'' version, unlike the one on the Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein adaptation.

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* TheCameo: One CompanyCrossReferences: During the MatchSequence at the end of the things game, a tiny ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' icon appears in the Brain Bug thinks of in the Match Sequence is VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog.
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Bug's thought-cloud. Interestingly, this cameo is kept on its ''Pinball Arcade'' version, unlike the one on the Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein adaptation.''Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein''.



* ShoutOut: During the "Match Sequence" at the end of the game, a tiny VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog icon appears in the Brain Bug's thought-cloud.


* TheCameo: One of the things the Brain Bug thinks of in the Match Sequence is Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.

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* TheCameo: One of the things the Brain Bug thinks of in the Match Sequence is Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog.



* ShoutOut: During the "Match Sequence" at the end of the game, a tiny SonicTheHedgehog icon appears in the Brain Bug's thought-cloud.

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* ShoutOut: During the "Match Sequence" at the end of the game, a tiny SonicTheHedgehog VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog icon appears in the Brain Bug's thought-cloud.


A digital version of ''Starship Troopers'' is available in Farsight's ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade''. This is also the first SEGA Pinball table, as well as the second Pre-Stern Pinball table in the library.

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A digital version of ''Starship Troopers'' is available in Farsight's ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade''.''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' and ''VideoGame/SternPinballArcade''. This is also the first SEGA Pinball table, as well as the second Pre-Stern Pinball table in the library.


'''Starship Troopers''' is an [[PhysicalPinballTables arcade pinball game]] based on Creator/PaulVerhoeven's [[Film/StarshipTroopers film adaptation]] of Creator/RobertAHeinlein's [[Franchise/StarshipTroopers sci-fi novel.]] It was designed by Creator/JoeKaminkow and Joe Balcer, illustrated by Morgan Weistling, and released by Creator/SegaPinball in 1997.

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'''Starship Troopers''' ''Starship Troopers'' is an [[PhysicalPinballTables arcade pinball game]] based on Creator/PaulVerhoeven's [[Film/StarshipTroopers film adaptation]] of Creator/RobertAHeinlein's [[Franchise/StarshipTroopers sci-fi novel.]] It was designed by Creator/JoeKaminkow and Joe Balcer, illustrated by Morgan Weistling, and released by Creator/SegaPinball in 1997.

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** Interestingly this cameo is kept on its ''Pinball Arcade'' version, unlike the one on the Pinball/MaryShelleysFrankenstein adaptation.


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* WritingAroundTrademarks: While the ''Pinball Arcade'' adaptation retains all references to Sega in the ROM and included flyers, the playfield and backglass don't, with the advertised "Sega Super Value" now becoming the "Super Super Value".

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* ShoutOut: During the "Match Sequence" at the end of the game, a tiny SonicTheHedgehog icon appears in the Brain Bug's thought-cloud.


* DoWellButNotPerfect: The Recon Level 5 awards (usually a free multiball) are arguably better than the highest level Recon Level 6 awards (usually 25M points) since the multiballs can be worth far more than 25M.

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* DoWellButNotPerfect: The Recon Level 5 awards (usually a free multiball) are arguably better to a skilled player than the highest level Recon Level 6 awards (usually 25M points) since the multiballs can be worth far more than 25M.

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* DrillSergeantNasty:
-->'''Sergeant Zim:''' GET UP YOU MAGGOT! NO ONE QUITS!


*** Another use for the Ramp Skillshot is to plunge so that the ball lands in the hole to the left of the B-U-G lanes to get a letter in O-N-E or T-W-O for Orbit Multiball.

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*** Another use for the Ramp Skillshot is to plunge so that the ball lands in the hole to the left of the B-U-G lanes to get a letter in O-N-E or T-W-O for Orbit Multiball.Multiball and light the Orbit shots for the rest of the ball.

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** Similarly on ball 3 you may get a Recon Boost to level 5 to start a Multiball if you haven't played one yet.


*** Another use for the Super Skill Shot is to plunge so that the ball lands in the hole to the left of the B-U-G lanes to get a letter in O-N-E or T-W-O for Orbit Multiball.

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*** Another use for the Super Skill Shot Ramp Skillshot is to plunge so that the ball lands in the hole to the left of the B-U-G lanes to get a letter in O-N-E or T-W-O for Orbit Multiball.

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*** Another use for the Super Skill Shot is to plunge so that the ball lands in the hole to the left of the B-U-G lanes to get a letter in O-N-E or T-W-O for Orbit Multiball.


* DoWellButNotPerfect: The Recon Level 5 awards (usually a free multiball) are arguably better than the Recon Level 6 awards (usually 25M points) since the multiballs can be worth far more than 25M.

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* DoWellButNotPerfect: The Recon Level 5 awards (usually a free multiball) are arguably better than the highest level Recon Level 6 awards (usually 25M points) since the multiballs can be worth far more than 25M.

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* DoWellButNotPerfect: The Recon Level 5 awards (usually a free multiball) are arguably better than the Recon Level 6 awards (usually 25M points) since the multiballs can be worth far more than 25M.


* SpellingBonus: B-U-G raises the bonus multiplier, while shooting the ramps spells STARSHIP and TROOPERS to raise the Recon level. To start Orbit Multiball, you must spell O-N-E and T-W-O from shooting orbits that are lit from the opposite inlane switch.

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* SpellingBonus: B-U-G raises the bonus multiplier, while shooting the ramps spells STARSHIP and TROOPERS to raise the Recon level. To start Orbit Multiball, you must spell Multiball is started by spelling O-N-E and T-W-O from shooting orbits that are lit from the opposite inlane switch.

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