Pinball

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    Guardians of the Galaxy Pinball Machine

    Frankenstein Pinball was produced by Sega in 1995 and is based off the 1994 movie of the same name. The main object of the game is light all the Frankenstein letters so you can earn a letter of Creation and view a movie scene. Collecting all 8 letters of creation rewards a multiball play and provides score modifiers and extra balls along the way.

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    Hang Glider by Bally

    The Hang Glider pinball was manufactured by bally Manufacturing company in 1976. It is an electro-mechanical classic.

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    HURRICANE – Pinball Machine

    This pinball machine was manufactured by Williams in 1991.

    Hurricane is a fun packed carnival themed pinball. This pinball machine was manufactured by Williams in 1991.

    Hurtle around on the roller coaster to build up to 1 million points and spot a letter in PALACE to put you on your way to lighting the Jolly Juggler for a jackpot.

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    Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

    Indiana Jones pinball machine is a 1993 widebody game released by Williams. It was based on the Indiana Jones movies.

    This game was the first game to use Williams / Midway’s DCS Sound System. It features sound clips from the first three films, and actor John Rhys-Davies (reprising his role as Sallah) provided new speech for this game.

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    Judge Dredd Pinball Machine

    Judge Dredd is a four-player pinball game produced by Bally Manufacturing in 1993, based on the British comic strip Judge Dredd in 2000.

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    Legends of WrestleMania – pinball machine

    Stern’s WWE Wrestlemania pinball machine calls players into the ring as WWE superstars embarking on a quest to become the WWE worldwide heavyweight champion. Players train their wrestlers and then compete in a series of matches leading them on the road to Wrestlemania.

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    MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN – Pinball Machine

    Frankenstein Pinball was produced by Sega in 1995 and is based off the 1994 movie of the same name. The main object of the game is light all the Frankenstein letters so you can earn a letter of Creation and view a movie scene. Collecting all 8 letters of creation rewards a multiball play and provides score modifiers and extra balls along the way.

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    Medieval Madness – Remake

    Medieval Madness is widely held to be one of the best pinball machines of all time. This status coupled with the fact only 4,000 of these games were built has driven the resale value of the original game beyond the reach of most pinball collectors.

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    NBA Fastbreak Pinball Machine

    NBA Fastbreak pinball was released by Midway in 1988. This game has scoring like the real NBA, meaning that 300 points is a terrific score. The scoring is balanced, and completely linear. That is a major difference from other pinball machines. Additionally, it is the only WPC machine that does not feature an after-ball bonus count. The objective of NBA Fastbreak is to get to Trophy Multiball by completing six tasks, win a championship ring, and score as many points as possible along the way.

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    No Fear Pinball Machine

    No Fear pinball machine is a 1995 game designed by Steve Ritchie and released by Williams. It is based on the clothing line. This game has an extreme sports theme.

    With a molded skull, hyper jump ramp and high-speed playfield, No Fear: Dangerous Sports lives up to its name as an extreme pinball game.

    Crafted to bring together the most daring sports of free climbing, water skiing, supercross, extreme skiing, auto racing and more on one cabinet, with input from famous faces from each sport.

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    Phantom of the Opera (pinball)

    The Phantom of the Opera pinball machine was released by Data East in 1990. The game is based on the French novel The Phantom of the Opera.

    Gameplay features include the Catwalk Ramp, a Magic Mirror, a Trap Door and an Organ that opens for Multi-Ball. The Phantom can be unmasked to reveal his true face on the backglass.

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    Simpsons Pinball Machine

    The Simpsons pinball machine is a 1990 game released by Data East Pinball. It is based on the animated sitcom The Simpsons and features many elements from the series, such as character voices and music.