Casanova Pinball Machine
The Casanova Pinball Machine is a historical themed electro-mechanical pinball machine released in 1966 by Williams Electronics. The game was designed by Steve Kordek with artwork by Christian Marche.
Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (1725-1798) was born in Venice and led an interesting and varied life across Europe as an adventurer, soldier, spy, clergyman, gambler, librarian, diplomat, violinist, and writer. However, he is popularly remembered as a romancer of women, to which the artwork of this pinball machine attests.
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Features: 2 Flippers, 3 Pop bumpers. At the end of each ball in play, a captive ball is shot into the back-box bagatelle for a bonus score.