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Our Pinball Machines

All machines can be played using tokens.
2 tokens = $1
Apollo

Space theme with replays for rollovers, hitting lighted targets, advance of countdown launches rocket. (Williams, 1967 - design by Norm Clark, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Bank-A-Ball

Pool game styling, hitting or rolling over 15 numbered targets on playing field earns replay. (Gottlieb, 1965 - design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Roy Parker)

Big Casino

Three ways to earn replay with playing card rollover feature. (Gottlieb, 1961 - design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Bowling Queen

Lively playing field where good scoring lines up animated bowling balls to earn free games. (Gottlieb, 1965 - design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Buckaroo

Western theme with a spinning roto-wheel and chance for free games with carefully aimed shots. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Central Park

Top-rated classic with lots of action and monkey that rings bell for every 100 points scored. (Gottlieb, 1966- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Corral

Western theme, rotating value center target, surpassing score-to-beat awards replay. (Gottlieb, 1961- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Cover Girl

Skillful play lights up each of the 12 calendar girls, features two gobble holes. (Gottlieb, 1962- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Dancing Lady

4-player game with spinning ballerina, slingshots, kick-out holes, roti-target carousel. (Gottlieb, 1966- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Diamond Jack

Skilled flipper action awards replay bonus when playing cards are lit. (Gottlieb, 1967- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Flipper

Named for the flipper action, feature two gobble holes, first game with add-a-ball feature. (Gottlieb, 1960- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Flipper Clown

Good action with slingshots, rollovers pop bumpers, roti-target, add-a-ball feature. (Gottlieb, 1962- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Flipper Fair

Added balls for longer play with rollovers, striking, lighted targets, high scoring. (Gottlieb, 1961- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Flipper Parade

Gobble holes, roti-target, slingshots and pop bumpers plus add-a-ball for extended play. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Flipper Pool

Billiards theme, strike the lighted targets on playing field, stand-up targets, slingshots.. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Roy Parker)

Flying Circus

2-player game, first with captive ball play action in center of playing field. (Gottlieb, 1961- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Foto Finish

Single-player action, replays awarded when you advance your horse. (Gottlieb, 1961- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Gigi

Great artwork, fun game with end-of-game bonus offering lots of ways to earn free games. (Gottlieb, 1963- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Happy Clown

Up to four players, clown lights with 1-point scores, kick-out holes activate spinning numbers feature. (Gottlieb, 1964- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Nags

(Williams)

Shaq Attaq

(Gottlieb)

Contact

(Williams)

Hurdy Gurdy

Like Central Park, features the entertaining bell-ringing monkey for each 100 points scored. (Gottlieb, 1966- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Ice-Review

Figure skaters light up when specials activated via rollovers, free games for high scores. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Roy Parker)

Ice Show

Skate to extra balls by hitting hands targets, slingshots and pop bumpers. (Gottlieb, 1966- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Roy Parker)

Magic City

Slingshots, pop-up bumpers, stand-up targets, and rollovers combine for great action. (Gottlieb, 1967- design by Norm Clark, artwork by George Molentin)

Masquerade

Family-friendly, 4-player game is lively, spelling out "masked" yields scoring multipliers. (Gottlieb, 1966- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Melody

Fun combination of pop-up bumpers, stand-up targets, slingshots and kick-out holes. (Gottlieb, 1967- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Nags

Highly rated horse racing theme game, revolving pop bumpers advance the horses down the field. (Williams, 1960- design by Harry Williams & Sam Stern, artwork by George Molentin)

North Star

Highly rated game for single player, many ways to win specials by lighting bumpers and kick-out holes. (Gottlieb, 1964- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Olympics

Light all ten cities (not easy) for specials and lots of free games, fast action. (Gottlieb, 1962- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Paradise

Hula girl dances while you navigate bumpers, slingshots, kick-outs for replays. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Ed Kryski, artwork by Roy Parker)

Show Boat

Unique 4-flipper action with rollover lanes, roll-under gates offers challenging play to earn specials. (Gottlieb, 1961- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Sing Along

Music theme with exciting 4-hole kick-out action and light-up specials rewarding good play. (Gottlieb, 1967- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Slick Chick

Top favorite! Great sounds & action with lots of bumpers, gobble hole lights up to earn a special. (Gottlieb, 1963- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Sky-Line

Animated elevator climbs to higher floors, earning replays with skilled playing. (Gottlieb, 1965- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Super Score

2-player game with roulette-style spinner on playing field, two kick-out holes. (Gottlieb, 1967- design by Ed Krynski, artwork by Art Stenholm)

Sweet Hearts

Playing card theme, 13 rollovers activates three gobble holes to offer specials and replays. (Gottlieb, 1963- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Tropic Isle

Advance the light-up monkeys up the tree to earn extra games. (Gottlieb, 1962- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

World Fair

Very popular game, lighting all cars in the Ferris wheel earns specials. (Gottlieb, 1964- design by Wayne Neyens, artwork by Roy Parker)

Tri Zone

(Williams)

Hollywood Heat

(Premier)

James Bond 007

(Gottlieb)

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