Back to the Future: The Pinball is a 1990 pinball machine designed by Joe Kaminkow, and Ed Cebula, with programing by Rehman Merchant and released by Data East. It is based on the Back to the Future trilogy of movies. This game features three songs that were featured in the films: "The Power of Love", "Back in Time" (originally performed by Huey Lewis and the News), and "Doubleback" (originally performed by ZZ Top).
Michael J. Fox would not allow his likeness to be used for the backglass of the game, so the replacement image has Marty McFly wearing mirrored sunglasses. Fox's replacement in the promo picture is the son of Paul Faris who did the artwork on the table.