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What's New in Version 1.1 (See full changelog)
This version is based on a very short video (1.17 minutes) and very blurry.
Features a playfield with four stationary flippers and
with a kicker-hole instead of the gobble-hole of the previous version.
Kilroy / IPD No. 1366 / January 09, 1947 / 1 Player Manufacturer: Chicago Coin Machine Manufacturing Company (1932-1977) Date Of Manufacture: January 09, 1947 Model Number: 102 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Production: 8,800 units (approximate) Serial Number Database: View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site) Theme: Military Folklore Specialty: Flipperless Notable Features: Passive bumpers (10), Kick-out holes (4). 3 or 5 ball play. Design by: Jerry Koci Art by: Roy Parker Notes: The name 'Kilroy' was popularized during WWII as part of the phrase 'Kilroy was here' which was scribbled as graffiti by American soldiers all over the world, in often hard-to-reach or unusual places. The origin of the phrase is uncertain, being attributed to many different sources, but apparently first appeared in late 1939.