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Digital Pinball: Necronomicon
Publisher: KAZe
Developer:
System(s): Sega Saturn
Sound driver: SCSP/CD-DA (46 tracks)
Genre: Table































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥5,800 T-18902G



Digital Pinball: Necronomicon (デジタルピンボール ネクロノミコン) is a pinball game developed by KAZe for the Sega Saturn in 1996. It is a sequel to Digital Pinball: Last Gladiators, and was only released in Japan; as with many KAZe games, all the text and vocals are in English anyway.

Production credits

  • Program Wizard: Kunihito Hiramatsu
  • Creator Of The Forbidden Lands: Takashi Kobayashi
  • Game Rule Litterateur: Shinichi Oguri
  • Graphic Warriors: Takashi Kobayashi, Mie Owashi, Akiko Nakamura, Masakazu Shimizu
  • Music Producers: Junichiro Kawazoe, Emi Akimoto
  • Music Composer (Prologue And Epilogue): John Petrucci
  • Music Compose (Except Prologue And Epilogue) / Sound Effects: Target Laboratory, Yusuke Takahama, Satoshi Nagano, Nobuo Horie, Kenji Kanemitsu, Katsu Ota, Bazooka Studio, Yoshinori Shimizu, Takeshi Hirota, Kazuhiko Ito
  • Vocal: Kal Swan
  • Story Teller: Barry Gjerde
  • Lyrics: Jose Luis Flores
  • Librarian: John Nkwoji
  • Director: Takashi Kobayashi
  • Director of Photography: Bill Gove
  • Producer: Emi Akimoto
  • Production Manager: Edward Walsh
  • First Assistant Director: Thomas Smith
  • First Assistant Camera: Mary Ann Janke
  • Second Assistant Camera: Joe Christofori
  • Gaffer: Bobby Thompkins
  • Best Boy: Neil Dela Pena
  • Third Elec: Mike Decristofaro
  • Key Grip: Tom Doran
  • Best Boy: Jim Callanan
  • Third Grip: Tim Driscoll
  • Driver: Peter D'Angelo
  • Wardrobe: Jennifer Engel
  • Hair and Make Up: Jean Carney
  • Prop Master: Graham Haynes
  • Stills and Video: Akihiro Kodaka
  • Office PA: Liz O'Kelly
  • PA: Peter Walsh, Meabh O'Mara, Bob Marks, Charles Walker
  • Craft SVC: Mark Smith
  • Limo: Limo Connections
  • Stage: High Output
  • Camera: Boston Camera
  • Insert Car: Shot Maker
  • Grip Elect: High Output
  • Casting: Out Casting
  • Catering: Prince Street
  • Raw Stock: Kodak
  • Film Lab: Duart
  • Transfer: Duart
  • Walkies: High Output
  • Location Scout: Lori Lizotte
  • Animal Trainer: Ann White
  • Promotion Video Edit: Ichiro Shibata, Yumiko Dobashi
  • Remix: Satoru Wono
  • Shooting Location: Boston Public Library, Massachusetts
  • Bug Explorers: Takahisa Kabasawa, Eijiro Okamoto, Hideki Murata, Hideo Kai, Bryan Golden Masuda, Takuma Takano, Yousuke Tomita, Yoshio Hata
  • Supervise: TPO (Tokyo Pinball Organization)
  • Special Thanks: MAC, Diamond Heads, Three Sets Production Inc, Seiichi Kuranishi, Hiromi Oguri, Akiko Murayama, Naruaki Sasaki, Masami Nakano, Hiroki Uraguchi, Yoshiaki Suzuki, Yutaka Sakashita, Kazunori Nanji, Hiroki Nagase, Keiko Yamamoto, Brian L Booth, Hiromi Seino, Hiroko Onose, Takehiko Saeki
  • Producer: Norio Nakagata
  • Executive Producer: Junichiro Kawazoe


TrueMotion: is a registered trademark of the Duck Corporation
Developed By Digital Pinball Company KAZe


Track list


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2. Necronomicon Title (01:18)


3. Arkham Main BGM (01:21)
From: Arkham


4. Arkham Main BGM 2 (01:22)
From: Arkham


5. Arkham Multiball is ready (01:08)
From: Arkham


6. Arkham Multiball (01:49)
From: Arkham


7. Arkham Multiball Ver2 (01:44)
From: Arkham


8. Asyrum (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Arkham


9. Asyrum (01:08)
From: Arkham


10. Cemetery (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Arkham


11. Cemetery (00:43)
From: Arkham


12. Death Walker (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Arkham


13. Death Walker (00:52)
From: Arkham


14. Creation (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Arkham


15. Creation (01:15)
From: Arkham


16. Soul (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Arkham


17. Soul (00:47)
From: Arkham


18. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Main BGM (02:10)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


19. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Main BGM 2 (02:10)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


20. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball is ready (01:30)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


21. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball (01:46)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


22. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball Ver2 (01:41)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


23. Machine (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


24. Machine (01:07)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


25. Eclipse (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


26. Eclipse (01:20)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


27. Dark Angels (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


28. Dark Angels (00:57)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


29. The God of Destraction (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


30. The God of Destraction (01:04)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


31. Soul (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


32. Soul (00:47)
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue


33. Dreamlands Main BGM (01:39)
From: Dreamlands


34. Dreamlands Main BGM 2 (01:40)
From: Dreamlands


35. Dreamlands Multiball is ready (01:23)
From: Dreamlands


36. Dreamlands Multiball (01:40)
From: Dreamlands


37. Dreamlands Multiball Ver2 (01:35)
From: Dreamlands


38. Keeper of the silver gate (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Dreamlands


39. Keeper of the silver gate (01:11)
From: Dreamlands


40. Enchanted Wood (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Dreamlands


41. Enchanted Wood (01:20)
From: Dreamlands


42. Moon Beast (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Dreamlands


43. Moon Beast (00:51)
From: Dreamlands


44. Necronomicon (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Dreamlands


45. Necronomicon (01:58)
From: Dreamlands


46. Soul (Intro Voice) (00:06)
From: Dreamlands


47. Soul (00:45)
From: Dreamlands
Running time: 43:31

Magazine articles

Main article: Digital Pinball: Necronomicon/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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SSM JP 19961025 1996-18.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #32: "1996-18 (1996-10-25)" (1996-10-11)
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SSM JP 19961108 1996-19.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #33: "1996-19 (1996-11-08)" (1996-10-25)
also published in:

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
80 №414, p32
67 №1996-20, p212[3]
92 №, p9Media:SnGwSISDRZK Book JP.pdf[4]
Sega Saturn
80
Based on
3 reviews

Saturn, JP
DigitalPinballNecronomicon MD JP Box Back.jpgDigitalPinballNecronomicon MD JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
DigiPinNecronomicon Saturn JP Spinecard.jpg
Spinecard
DigiPinNecronomicon Saturn JP Disc.jpg
Disc
DigiPinNecronomicon SS jp manual.pdf
Manual
DigiPinNecronomicon Saturn JP Box Inlay.jpg
Inlay

References

  1. File:SSM_JP_19961122_1996-20.pdf, page 220
  2. File:SSM_JP_19961213_1996-21.pdf, page 276
  3. File:SSM_JP_19961122_1996-20.pdf, page 214
  4. File:SnGwSISDRZK Book JP.pdf, page 11