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Gottlieb SWEET HEARTS - 1963

 
One

PLAYERS - 1

TYPE : Electro-mechanical (EM)

RATING : 7.9 / 10

PRODUCTION : 4450 Units

THEME : Playing Cards

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (5), Gobble Hole (1)

DESIGN BY : Wayne Neyens

ART BY : Roy Parker

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'Sweet Hearts' was the last Gottlieb EM game to have a Gobble Hole. The last EM game by any Manufacturer to have a Gobble Hole was Williams '1964' San Francisco.

 

Gottlieb JUMPING JACK - 1973

 
One

PLAYERS - 2

TYPE : Electro-mechanical (EM)

RATING : 7.9 / 10

PRODUCTION : 4975 Units

THEME : Happines - Circus / Carnival

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (4), Pop Bumpers (2), 10 - Bank Drop Targets (1), Kick-Out Holes (2).

DESIGN BY : Ted Krynski

ART BY : Gordon Morison

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The 4 - Player version is Gottlieb's 1973 'Jack In The Box'.

 

Williams BRIDE OF PINBOT - 1991

 
One

PLAYERS - 4

TYPE : Solid State Electronics ( SS )

MPU : Williams WPU ( Alpha Numeric )

RATING : 8.1 / 10

PRODUCTION : 8100

THEME : Fantasy - Outer Space

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (3), slingshot in pop bumper area, Ramps (2), Roll-Under Spinner (1), 2 - Ball Multiball. Upper level Bagatelle Mini Playfield, Plunger lane has elevated skill shot to drop the ball to a kicker which kicks the ball into the pop bumper area.

TOYS : The machines Rotating Head

Heartbeat Ramp ( Centre Ramp ) is a duel - path ramp which diverts the ball either to the right lane or the plunger lane, depending on the balls path.

CONCEPT BY : Python Anghelo

DESIGN BY : John Trudeau, Python Anghelo

ART BY : John Youssi

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Stephanie Rogers plays the voice of The Machine.

 

Williams OH BOY - 1964

 
One

PLAYERS - 2

TYPE : Electro-mechanical (EM)

RATING : 6.6 / 10

PRODUCTION : 1700 Units

THEME : Girls - Women

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (5), Passive Bumpers (4), Slingshots (2), Ball Kickers (2), Kick-Out Hole (1)

DESIGN BY : Steve Kordek

ART BY : George Molentin



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Williams MISS O - 1969

 
One

PLAYERS - 1

TYPE : Electro-mechanical (EM)

RATING : 6.5 / 10

PRODUCTION : 2353

THEME : Billiards

DESIGN BY : Norm Clarke

ART BY : Christian Marche

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (4), Passive Bumpers (4), Kick-Out Holes (1), Stand Up Targets (2), Slingshots (2), Horseshoe Lane.

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Is a replay game that also has an extra ball feature which cannot be disabled, awarding one extra ball per ball in play, if earned. To qualify for extra ball, making A-B-C-D targets light the correspondingly lettered bumpers at top of playfield. Lighting all four A-B-C-D bumpers light the two horseshoe inserts, qualifying the horseshoe lane rollover button (which does not light) to award the extra ball. The schematic indicates that flashing bulbs are to be used for the horseshoe inserts. A ball rolling over the horseshoe lane button at this point will turn off the flashing horseshoe inserts and quietly award the extra ball, with no knocker sound. There are no inserts or text on the playfield or backglass to indicate the extra ball has been awarded, thus this event may go unnoticed by an uninformed player. Once the current ball in play reaches the outhole, the ball counter does not increment, the ball is served again to the shooter lane, and the A-B-C-D bumpers turn off to allow a new extra ball to be earned. The add-a-ball version of this game is Williams' 1968 'Cue-T'. Compare the playfield to that of Williams' 1966 '8 Ball'.The original name for this game was 'Miss Q' (a play on the billiards term 'mis-cue') but Williams learned the French translation of that was sexually derogatory, so they had to quickly alter the name. It is believed this change occurred before production started.

 

Bally POOL SHARKS - 1990

 
One

PLAYERS - 4

TYPE : Solid State Electronics ( SS )

RATING : 7.1 / 10

PRODUCTION : 2250

THEME : Billiards

CONCEPT BY : Doug Watson

DESIGN BY : Tony Kraimer

ART BY : Doug Watson

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Features 8-Ball or 9-Ball option.

 

Williams BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA - 1993

 
One

PLAYERS - 4

TYPE : Williams WPC ( Fliptronics 2 )

RATING : 8.0 / 10

PRODUCTION : 8100

THEME : Celebrities - Fictional - Licensed Theme

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Ramps (2), Multiball (3 Modes), Autoplunger. The flippers have a lightning bolt pattern molded into them and reportedly are 1/8 inch shorter than the standard Williams flippers.

DESIGN BY : Barry Oursler, Mark Sprenger

ART BY : Mark Sprenger

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Under-the playfield magnet moves pinball for Mist Multiball. A player can get two or three multiball modes going at the same time for a total of a 4-ball multiball.

 

Bally BULLFIGHT - 1964

 
One

PLAYERS - 1

TYPE : Electro-mechanical (EM)

RATING : 7.7 / 10

PRODUCTION : 825 Units

THEME : Adventure - Foreign Peoples

NOTABLE FEATURES : Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (3), Mushroom Bumpers (7), Slingshots (3), Right outlane ball return

DESIGN BY : Ted Zale

ART BY : Unknown

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Hitting an Advance causes the Rotary Target Selector to step one position. Each selector position lights different targets and rollovers for increased values. The selected combination of values carries over to the next game.

 

Bally/Midway REVENGE FROM MARS - 1999

 
One

PLAYERS - 4

TYPE : Solid State Electronics ( SS )

Pinball 2000

RATING : 8.0 / 10

PRODUCTION : 6878

THEME : Aliens - Martians - Fantasy

TOYS : Wobbling Martians

NOTABLE FEATURES : The first game released under the Pinball 2000 (PB2K) concept.

DESIGN BY : George Gomez

ART BY : John Youssi, Greg Freres.

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Revenge From Mars was the last pinball made under the 'Bally' label.
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