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Golden Cue (Sega 1998)

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5 From 3 reviews
67.51 MB File Size
goldcue ROM Name
Felsir Created by
Felsir Artwork by
Felsir Scripting by
Sega Manufacturer
1998 Year

4 Screenshots



Golden Cue, the Sega prototype table based on Bally's Eightball Deluxe featuring Kelly Packard, known from the TV series Baywatch. The table is the prototype that later evolved into Stern's Sharkey's Shootout. The real Golden Cue table software was never completed so some features do not to work. The game is playable though and you can complete all the required achievements.


I have long worked to to find enough photo's of the game to recreate the backglass and playfield graphics to turn this into a playable game. With the limited number of machines in existence it is hard to find enough images that could be used. I found the manual for the game so I wired all elements according to the manual- but I haven't seen all parts work in my many rounds of testing, some occasional bugs pop up (a ball may get "lost" in one of the game modes). Thus you might experience issues with the game that are likely to be bugs in the rom, keep that in mind when playing the game!


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v10.7 required

What's New in Version 1.4   See changelog


Fixed an issue in the geometry that sometimes caused the multiball feature to miscount the number of balls. This fixed a game breaking bug, thanks to @aldiode!

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Very nice work on this table. 

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Merci beaucoup pour cette MAJ :) 

et merci pour votre partage 

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FUN table. I suck at it so far...but having fun trying to get better!

Only thing is the table sounds are very low even after turning them all the way up.

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