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  1. Metallica Pro (Stern)

    Metallica Pro (Stern)

    1,368 downloads

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  2. ij4_210.zip

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    1,442 downloads

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  3. trn_174h.zip

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    1,452 downloads

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  4. potc_600as.zip

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    1,395 downloads

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  5. Star Trek Limited Edition (V1.61)

    st_161h.zip

    1,373 downloads

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  7. st_161.zip

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    1,018 downloads

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  8. acd_168.zip

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    1,174 downloads

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  9. rsn_110h.zip

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    993 downloads

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  10. The Walking Dead Pro (Stern)

    The Walking Dead Pro (Stern)

    419 downloads

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  11. Machine: Bride of Pin·bot, The (Williams 1991)

    The Machine: Bride of Pin·bot / IPD No. 1502 / February, 1991 / 4 Players
    Manufacturer: Williams Electronic Games, Incorporated, a subsidiary of WMS Ind., Incorporated (1985-1999) [Trade Name: Williams]
    Model Number: 50002
    Common Abbreviations: TM:BOP
    MPU: Williams WPC (Alpha Numeric)
    Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
    Production: 8,100 units (approximate)
    Theme: Fantasy - Outer Space
    Notable Features:
    Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshot in the pop bumper area, Ramps (2), Spinning target (1), 2-ball Multiball. Upper level bagatelle mini-playfield. Plunger lane has elevated skill shot to drop ball to a kicker which kicks the ball into the pop bumper area. The woman's head in the upper playfield rotates to show different faces.
    Heartbeat Ramp (the center ramp) is a dual-path ramp which diverts the ball either to the right inlane or to the plunger lane, depending on the ball's path in the mini-playfield.
    Concept by: Python Anghelo
    Design by: John Trudeau, Python Anghelo
    Art by: John Youssi
    Mechanics by: Joe Joos Jr., Jack Skalon, Zofia Bil
    Music by: Dan Forden
    Sound by: Jon Hey, Rich Karstens
    Software by: Brian Eddy
    Notes:
    Stephanie Rogers (http://www.hipchick.com) plays the voice of The Machine.
    10/27/2010 A user reports that ROM version L-7 has a multi-player bug in it and is not recommended. The error is: If any player joins the billionaire's club, after they drain and their bonus is collected, the machine will reset. L-6 does not contain this bug.
    Marketing Slogans:
    "Here Comes the Bride!"
    "Watch Her Turn Heads!"

    299 downloads

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  12. Walking Dead, The (V1.56)

    twd_156.zip

    969 downloads

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  13. acd_168h.zip

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    974 downloads

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  14. Hook (5.00 unofficial MOD)

    hook_500.zip

    937 downloads

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  15. Apollo 13 (Sega 1995)

    Apollo 13 / IPD No. 3592 / October, 1995 / 6 Players
    Manufacturer: Sega Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1994-1999) [Trade Name: Sega]
    Model Number: 44
    Common Abbreviations: A13
    MPU: Sega/Stern Whitestar
    Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
    Theme: Disaster - Space
    Notable Features: Multiball, 13 balls at once - the largest multiball of any pinball machine! Pop-up post between flippers prevents balldrains for the first 30 seconds of the multiball.
     
    Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), Flippers (2), Ramp (1), Lanes (2), Spinner (1), Kickout Holes (2), Spot Targets (9), Orbit (1). Rotating moon grabs balls via an electromagnet and carries the ball up to the playfield glass and down into a hole where it is dropped beneath the playfield. Shaker motor inside cabinet for earthquake-like effects. Trough at top left of playfield hold eight balls.
     
    Toys: Moving rocket to shoot pinballs into. Balls are then either held or dropped below the playfield.
    Design by: Joe Kaminkow, Joe Balcer
    Art by: Mark Raneses, Jeff Busch
    Dots/Animation by: Jack Liddon, Kurt Andersen
    Mechanics by: Joe Balcer, John Borg, Rob Hurtado
    Music by: Brian Schmidt
    Sound by: Brian Schmidt
    Software by: Lonnie D. Ropp, Orin Day
    Notes: Game requires the more expensive non-magnetizable balls to function properly.
     
    Per Orin Day, a 128x32 DMD was used for Apollo 13 and subsequent games. Previous games used 192x64 displays.
     
    Marketing Slogans:
    "Sega Pinball, the Revolution Has Begun."
    "I Believe this will be Our Finest Hour."
    "`Apollo 13 the Pinball' is on the Launch Pad with All Systems Go!"
    "Reliability.We Are Go!"
    "Launch Control, this is Sega Pinball.Apollo 13 is Go For Launch!"
    "Earnings.We're Go!"
    "Quality Control.Go Flight!"
    "The First Game in the Universe with 13 Ball Multiball!"

    523 downloads

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  16. sman_261.zip

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    1,004 downloads

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  17. avg_140.zip

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    831 downloads

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  18. Attack From Mars (Bally 1995)

    Attack from Mars / IPD No. 3781 / December, 1995 / 4 Players
    Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company, a subsidiary of WMS Industries, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1988-1999) [Trade Name: Bally]
    Model Number: 50041
    Common Abbreviations: AFM
    MPU: Williams WPC-95
    Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
    Production: 3,450 units (confirmed)
    Theme: Aliens - Martians - Fantasy
    Toys:
    Moving flying saucer in the middle of playfield, Strobe light (for Strobe Multiball), four dancing Martian figures (for Martian Attack; similar to the ones in Midway's 1989 'Elvira and the Party Monsters').
    Concept by: Brian Eddy
    Design by: Brian Eddy
    Art by: Doug Watson
    Dots/Animation by: Adam Rhine, Brian Morris
    Mechanics by: Robert C. Friesl
    Music by: Dan Forden
    Sound by: Dan Forden
    Software by: Lyman F. Sheats Jr.
    Notes:
    According to George Gomez, Attack from Mars was *not* originally inspired by the movie 'Mars Attacks' as is commonly suggested. According to Gomez, Brian Eddy had the concept long before the movie and it is mere coincidence that they emerged on the market within a year of each other.
    Doug Watson, who wrote the script for what they should say, is also the voice of the Martians.
    Cow Video Mode (DOHO): Shoot the ball up the Big-O-Beam ramp on the left side and press the Launch Ball button when/if a cow can be heard mooing. The second time Video Mode occurs after this, the attack will be made by cows instead of flying Saucers! Destroy all the cows and the giant "Mother Cow" will appear!
    Marketing Slogans:
    "The Attack is on.get it or get left behind."
    "An Unstoppable Earnings Invasion!"
    "Mayhem, Madness and Destruction Were Never so Much Fun!"

    914 downloads

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  19. Avengers, The (V1.7)

    avs_170.zip

    763 downloads

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  20. bdk_294.zip

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    768 downloads

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  21. Batman Forever (Sega 1995) - batmanf

    Batman Forever / IPD No. 3593 / July, 1995 / 6 Players
    Manufacturer: Sega Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1994-1999) [Trade Name: Sega]
    Model Number: 38
    Common Abbreviations: BF
    MPU: DataEast/Sega Version 3b
    Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
    Production: 2,500 units (approximate)
    Theme: Celebrities - Fictional - Licensed Theme
    Specialty: Widebody
    Notable Features: Flippers(3), Ramps(3), Multiball, Automatic Plunger, Batwing Ball Cannon. Pistol Grip ball shooter.
     
    Dot Matrix Display, at 192x64 pixels, is larger than standard, and is powered by a 68000 CPU.
     
    Toys: Batwing Ball Cannon, Bat Cave Ball Lock Area
    Design by: Paul Leslie, Joe Kaminkow
    Art by: Morgan Weistling, Mark Raneses, Jeff Busch
    Dots/Animation by: Kurt Andersen, Jack Liddon
    Music by: Brian Schmidt
    Sound by: Brian Schmidt
    Software by: Brian Rudolph, John Carpenter
     
    Notes:
     
    Features several electric-green wireform ramps with the BatCave escape ramp extending down behind the flippersand over the playfield apron, releasing balls "up" the playfield during multiball. BatWing cannon rotates & aims across the playfield and fires ball with pistol grip on front of machine. Features genuine speech clips from the movie.

    963 downloads

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  22. Addams Family Values (Coin Dropper) - afv_l4

    Addams Family Values (Coin Dropper) - afv_l4

    198 downloads

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  23. twenty4_150.zip

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    785 downloads

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  24. fg_1200af.zip

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    774 downloads

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  25. Metallica LE (Stern)

    Metallica LE (Stern)

    451 downloads

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