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Airport (Gottlieb 1969) 1.4

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5 From 2 reviews
50.85 MB File Size
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Loserman76, EMUnderdogs Created by
Gottlieb Manufacturer
1969 Year

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Airport is a bell-banger from 1969. No spinners or ball locks — just two-fisted vari-target action and plenty of bell ringing bumpers.
Vari-targets are those targets that when you ram into them with your ball they retreat backward — your score increasing the farther you drive them back. You love it when Ten Times Value is lit and you drive the ball all the way back. I love vari-targets and Airport has not one but a pair of them. In fact, Airport was the very first pinball table to feature vari-targets. (That probably explains why the rest of the table is fairly spartan.)
A four-player version of this table exists with a different theme and artwork, College Queens — also from 1969. Airport’s jet-set theme suggests a time when commercial jet travel was still sexy and new. Would they have had a pinball table such as this in an actual airport in 1969?
Airport is another community table that began with the legacy of the late @loserman76. @AxeVerse and others have contributed to and updated the table since. This version adds a recessed apron, playfield shadows, reworking of the plastics, various tweaks to lighting, textures, and more (see table script for details).
Be sure to grab the recent backglass from @hauntfreaks featuring @Silversurfer’s amazing vector artwork.
Original version by Loserman76:

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What's New in Version 1.4   See changelog


Correct .vpx file. Added .res files for download.

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

Looks really good. Thanks for adding shadows and better lighting.

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I love playing this table.

You can see and feel how much loving work goes into this table. It gets better and better with every update.

Thanks to everyone involved!!!

Please don't stop refining Loserman's works!!!

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