Digital Pinball: Necronomicon

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Digital Pinball: Necronomicon
System(s): Sega Saturn
Publisher: KAZe
Developer:
Sound driver: SCSP/CD-DA (46 tracks)
Genre: Pinball (ピンボール)[1], Table[2]

















Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥5,800 (5,974)5,800e[3] T-18902G

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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


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Magazine articles

Main article: Digital Pinball: Necronomicon/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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Print advert in Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #1996-18: "1996-18 (1996-10-25)" (1996-10-11)
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Print advert in Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #1996-19: "1996-19 (1996-11-08)" (1996-10-25)
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Physical scans

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Publication Version Score
Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
80
[6]
MAN!AC (DE) NTSC-J
82
[7]
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
67
[8]
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
92
[9]
Sega Saturn
80
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4 reviews

Digital Pinball: Necronomicon

Saturn, JP
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Cover
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Spinecard
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Disc
DigiPinNecronomicon SS jp manual.pdf
Manual
DigiPinNecronomicon Saturn JP Box Inlay.jpg
Inlay

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
540,289,680 1996-10-11 CD-ROM (JP) T-18902G V1.002

Track list

1. Data track  
2. Necronomicon Title (1:18) 
3. Arkham Main BGM (1:21) 
From: Arkham
4. Arkham Main BGM 2 (1:22) 
From: Arkham
5. Arkham Multiball is ready (1:08) 
From: Arkham
6. Arkham Multiball (1:49) 
From: Arkham
7. Arkham Multiball Ver2 (1:44) 
From: Arkham
8. Asyrum (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Arkham
9. Asyrum (1:08) 
From: Arkham
10. Cemetery (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Arkham
11. Cemetery (0:43) 
From: Arkham
12. Death Walker (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Arkham
13. Death Walker (0:52) 
From: Arkham
14. Creation (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Arkham
15. Creation (1:15) 
From: Arkham
16. Soul (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Arkham
17. Soul (0:47) 
From: Arkham
18. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Main BGM (2:10) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
19. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Main BGM 2 (2:10) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
20. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball is ready (1:30) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
21. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball (1:46) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
22. Cult Of The Bloody Tongue Multiball Ver2 (1:41) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
23. Machine (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
24. Machine (1:07) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
25. Eclipse (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
26. Eclipse (1:20) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
27. Dark Angels (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
28. Dark Angels (0:57) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
29. The God of Destraction (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
30. The God of Destraction (1:04) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
31. Soul (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
32. Soul (0:47) 
From: Cult Of The Bloody Tongue
33. Dreamlands Main BGM (1:39) 
From: Dreamlands
34. Dreamlands Main BGM 2 (1:40) 
From: Dreamlands
35. Dreamlands Multiball is ready (1:23) 
From: Dreamlands
36. Dreamlands Multiball (1:40) 
From: Dreamlands
37. Dreamlands Multiball Ver2 (1:35) 
From: Dreamlands
38. Keeper of the silver gate (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Dreamlands
39. Keeper of the silver gate (1:11) 
From: Dreamlands
40. Enchanted Wood (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Dreamlands
41. Enchanted Wood (1:20) 
From: Dreamlands
42. Moon Beast (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Dreamlands
43. Moon Beast (0:51) 
From: Dreamlands
44. Necronomicon (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Dreamlands
45. Necronomicon (1:58) 
From: Dreamlands
46. Soul (Intro Voice) (0:06) 
From: Dreamlands
47. Soul (0:45) 
From: Dreamlands
Running time: 43:31

References