Sony brings Pinball Rocks HD to Android

Sony brings Pinball Rocks HD to Android

SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT’S PINBALL ROCKS HD APP FEATURES FIRST ALL METAL & ROCK SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE NOW FOR ANDROID

NEW YORK –Oct. 1, 2013– Sony Music Entertainment announces the release of the Android version of Pinball Rocks HD, a five-table pinball compilation game. The app has previously
been available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with downloads exceeding over 1.8 million on all iOS operating systems.

Pinball Rocks HD features a free entirely metal and rock-themed table with featured music from The Sword, Norma Jean, For Today, Three Days Grace, Red, The Virgin Marys, Filter,
Anvil, Krokus, Lordi, Queensryche and Richie Kotzen. Zeena Koda, morning host of Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal, voices the app. Catch Filter, RED, Norma Jean, The Sword and For Today on
tour this fall.

Additional premium music content is available from AC/DC, Alice In Chains, Bullet For My Valentine and Slayer via in-app purchase. Sony Music previously released the best-selling and
critically acclaimed titles AC/DC Pinball Rocks and Slayer Pinball Rocks which have now been integrated into the overall Pinball Rocks HD compilation.

Pinball Rocks HD innovates on both discovery and a simplified purchase process of music featured in the game. For example, the game prominently features music that rotates on an
ongoing basis, and allows players to seamlessly purchase those songs directly from iTunes or Google Play from the game for permanent ownership.

The Pinball Rocks HD App is available for free from the Google Play Store. Premium music content and game add-ons are available for $2.99 via In-App Purchase.

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