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Cross Town (Gottlieb 1966) 1.2.0

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Cross Town is a great Gottlieb game from 1966. It features an award ladder sucker shot at the center of the playfield and a beautiful pop art package, including sliding subway doors on the backglass.

 

This was a team effort with Scottacus, who did all of the scripting and sound work.

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TalNas3

· Edited by TalNas3

  

Amazing game.

 

  • Lighting definitely gives the "basement pinball speakeasy" vibe
  • The fact you can get double-replays without too much effort adds to that speakeasy feel
  • "Game over try again" and the active backglass make it slightly unique and adds to "replay" value
  • Bumpers advancing the center target lights (sequence loops) adds an element of strategy since the center target shot is slightly dangerous
    • Advise performing a slight nudge just prior to target contact

 

As always in the 2" flipper era, be prepared to nudge. If you ain't punchin', you ain't playin'

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