Nothing better than weird 80s sci-fi! The 80s was a time when cheesy 50s horror was making a comeback, so it only made sense to come out with a weird pinball machine to cash in on such a craze. Enter 1986's Strange Science (not to be confused with Weird Science) that features a young lass being mind-swapped with a chimpanzee. Brought to you by the amazing weirdos at Midway! Not only is there a pinball machine, there's also a short comic to go along with it. I thought I'd post them here either tonight or tomorrow, because... Well, they are a sight to behold. Full credit goes to Midway, and Internet Pinball Machine Database for posting scans of the pictures. I mean no infringement in these reposts, just to spread the word of an incredibly weird (and obscure) sci-fi pinball game. All images belong to their respective owners.
Holy monkey butt, it's you!
Hey, that's not me! I'm a male spider-monkey, not a female chimp.
You all look the same to me, monkey butts XD
We'll see who looks like who! *Straps you to the body-swap machine, with your chair seated next to the female chimp*
Mind swap by pinball, thats, a good idea. Also, what did you change your icon too? a baboon?
Eh, yeah baboon/gibbon. Maliki from Lion Guard. And yeah, the mindswap is called by pinball.
Never seen lion guard, But mind swap pinball would make a good story, you are stuck to it and you are going to be swapped, but the scientist at least gives you a chance at keeping your old self if you win, if you lose, you succumb to being a monkey and forget about your old self completely.