This alien pinball remake has a number of modifications that differentiate it from the original Heighway pinball, including a standard backboard, a large Bally William-style cabinet, removal of the LCD screen on the playing field above the fins, and physical ball blocking, just to name a few. For more information on Aliens, visit the Pinball Brothers website. Since there wasn’t much of interest on their site at first, we’ve been following their cryptic social media offerings, which are intriguing to say the least. While their nearly indestructible fields are manufactured in Germany by Buhamburg, the construction and manufacture of the pinball machines will be done in Italy by Pedretti Gaming, which makes pinball parts and sells used pinball machines. All of this certainly pointed to the resurrection of alien pinball machines. As you can imagine, the merchants were immediately inundated with pinball enthusiasts who wanted to sign up for the Standard Alien version – the order banks for the limited version had not yet opened. Things have been quiet for Pinball Brothers since the disappearance of Pinball Venture Highway a few years ago.