Williams

3 Coins

3 Coins

Pinball - Released - 1962

4 Roses

4 Roses

Pinball - Released - 1962

8 Ball

8 Ball

Pinball - Released - 1952

A-Go-Go

A-Go-Go

Pinball - Released - 1966

Alien Poker

Alien Poker

Pinball - Released - 1980

Alpine Club

Alpine Club

Pinball - Released - 1965

Apollo

Apollo

Pinball - Released - 1967

Apollo was one of three nearly identical games produced by Williams in 1967 to capitalize off the prominence of the NASA lunar program, along with Blast off and Lunar Shot. Taken as a group they were among the most popular and best-selling games of the decade. Apollo was the replay version; Blast Off was the add-a-ball version. Lunar Shot was a version of the add-a-ball with modifications to the backglass to conform to Italy's strict anti-gambling laws.

Arcade Classic No. 4: Defender / Joust

Arcade Classic No. 4: Defender / Joust

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Defender Space Shooting Action in a High-Speed Ship! Advance from planet to planet in a deadly attempt to eliminate the enemy threat! Utilize an outrageous arsenal of weapons and save the human race! Joust A Feather-Ruffling Romp on a Futuristic Bird! Get ready to climb on a futuristic flying ostrich for frenzied wing-flapping fun! Ram rival jousters in an all-out effort to knock them off their mounts! - Two classic "get-them-before-they-get-you" arcade games! - Double game pak for twice the challenge! - Programmed to take full advantage of Super Game Boy features! -...

Argosy

Argosy

Pinball - Released - 1977

Aztec

Aztec

Pinball - Released - 1976

Big Chief

Big Chief

Pinball - Released - 1965

Big Daddy

Big Daddy

Pinball - Released - 1963

Big Deal (1963)

Big Deal (1963)

Pinball - Released - 1963

Big Deal (1977)

Big Deal (1977)

Pinball - Released - 1977

Blackout

Blackout

Pinball - Released - 1980

Blue Chip

Blue Chip

Pinball - Released - 1976

Bo-Bo

Bo-Bo

Pinball - Released - 1961

Cabaret (Williams)

Cabaret (Williams)

Pinball - Released - 1968

Caravan

Caravan

Pinball - Released - 1952

Casino

Casino

Pinball - Released - 1958

Coquette

Coquette

Pinball - Released - 1962

Cue-T

Cue-T

Pinball - Released - 1968

Dealer

Dealer

Pinball - Released - 1953

Dealer's Choice

Dealer's Choice

Pinball - Released - 1973

Defender

Defender

Mattel Intellivision - January 1, 1983

Defender put players in charge of a ship sent to protect mankind from wave after wave of attacking alien forces. Armed with smart bombs and the ability to use hyperspace to move quickly around the planet, the player ship must fight against Bombers, Pods, Swarmers, Baiters, and Landers - that can capture the humanoids and transform them into deadly and relentless Mutants. Fail to save the humanoids from freefall or Mutant transformation, and the planet is destroyed.

Defender

Defender

Atari 5200 - Released - 1982

Defender is a two-dimensional, side-scrolling shooting game set on the surface of an unnamed planet. The player controls a space ship as it navigates the terrain, flying either to the left or right. A joystick controls the ship's elevation, and five buttons control its horizontal direction and weapons. The object is to destroy alien invaders, while protecting astronauts on the landscape from abduction. Humans that are successfully abducted return as mutants that attack the ship. Defeating the aliens allows the player to progress to the next level. Failing to protect the astronauts, however,...

De-Icer

De-Icer

Pinball - Released - 1949

Dipsy Doodle

Dipsy Doodle

Pinball - Released - 1970

Disco Fever

Disco Fever

Pinball - Released - 1978

The fourth Solid State game produced by Williams and the second to feature electronic sound. Williams’ 1979 ‘Time Warp’ is the only other Williams game to have the curved “Banana Flippers”

Doodle Bug

Doodle Bug

Pinball - Released - 1971

Eager Beaver

Eager Beaver

Pinball - Released - April 9, 1965

Expo

Expo

Pinball - Released - 1969

Fire!

Fire!

Pinball - Released - 1987

Fire! is a Pinball Table released in 1987 by Williams Electronics. It was designed by Barry Oursler with artwork and models by Mark Sprenger. Loosely based on the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, this game directs the player to save the city and stop the various fires consuming the playfield. As the lights flash and the flames roll and flicker, hit the various targets to save the Saloon, the Bank, the Harness Shop, and other buildings from going up in smoke. Climb the two fire escapes to save helpless victims, and shoot the horseshoe to activate the hydrant for some extra help. Lock a ball on...

Firepower II

Firepower II

Pinball - Released - 1983

The Flintstones

The Flintstones

Pinball - Released - 1994

The Flintstones is a Licensed Pinball Table designed by John Trudeau and illustrated by Kevin O'Connor. It was released by Williams Electronics in the summer of 1994, a month after the live-action movie starring John Goodman and Rick Moranis. The game combines key events from the film with additional animated antics from the prehistoric town of Bedrock. Make Fred's Bronto-Crane spit out various awards, find a job for Barney, then Go Bowling at the Bowl-O-Rama. Use the Smart Ramps to loop pinballs around the flippers for the 1-2-3 Combo, visit Joe's Diner and the Bedrock Water Buffalo Lodge,...

Friendship "7"

Friendship "7"

Pinball - Released - 1962

Full House

Full House

Pinball - Released - 1966

This single-player, poker-themed pinball game was made and released by Williams in 1966. Each ball makes a Poker Hand to compete with the Dealer. Beat the Dealer to score special (3-5 Games in one). Full House lites alternate bottom roll-overs to score special. Targets and Bumper build-up for High Score Features. The Full House pinball machine also features three reels that display images of cards in the center of the playfield. Each reel spins like a slot machine, showing the Player’s hand.

Gold Rush

Gold Rush

Pinball - Released - 1971

Golden Bells

Golden Bells

Pinball - Released - 1959

Granada

Granada

Pinball - Released - 1972

Grand Lizard

Grand Lizard

Pinball - Released - 1986

Gulfstream

Gulfstream

Pinball - Released - 1972

Gusher

Gusher

Pinball - Released - 1958

Hayburners

Hayburners

Pinball - Released - 1951

Heat Wave

Heat Wave

Pinball - Released - 1964

Hit The Ice

Hit The Ice

Arcade - Released - 1990

Hit the Ice is a hockey video game originally released by Williams to arcades in 1990. Featuring a cartoonish representation of the sport, Hit the Ice features games with three players on each team (forward, defense, and goalie). Unlike standard hockey, there are very few rules, as players are encouraged to trip, elbow and kick opponents.

Honey

Honey

Pinball - Released - 1972

Hot Line

Hot Line

Pinball - Released - 1966

Hot Tip

Hot Tip

Pinball - Released - 1977

Jack•Bot

Jack•Bot

Pinball - Released - October 10, 1995

Jack•Bot is a 1995 pinball game made by Barry Oursler and Williams Electronics, with art by John Youssi. It is a sequel to both Pin•Bot and The Machine: Bride of Pin•Bot, using a rethemed Pin•Bot playfield with a dot-matrix display added. The game is themed around an intergalactic casino, with Pin•Bot and The Machine hosting four gambling games — Pin•Bot Poker, Slot Machine, Roll the Dice, and Keno — with several other methods of getting points. Eventually, you'll get to the Casino Run, where you spin a slot machine to rack up points and prizes while avoiding the bomb. One interesting...

Jackpot

Jackpot

Pinball - Released - 1971

Jalopy

Jalopy

Pinball - Released - 1951

Jive Time

Jive Time

Pinball - Released - 1970

Jokerz!

Jokerz!

Pinball - Released - 1988

Jolly Joker

Jolly Joker

Pinball - Released - 1955

Jolly Jokers

Jolly Jokers

Pinball - Released - 1962

Joust

Joust

Atari 5200 - Released - 1983

In Joust, players take control of a knight with a lance who rides their flying ostrich (or stork, for Player 2) to do battle against computer-controlled evil knights who ride atop vultures. Players must flap their steed's wings to hit the enemy from a higher jousting point to destroy the vulture and its rider. Once the enemy has been hit, an egg falls to one of the platforms below. The heroic knights must destroy the eggs before they hatch and release new and increasingly more difficult knights. The three strengths of enemy knights are Bounder (red knight), Hunter (white knight), and Shadow...

Joust

Joust

Arcade - Released - 1982

You are a knight flying on an ostrich, battling buzzard-mounted enemies. To fly, you repeatedly hit the flap button. To topple the Buzzard-Riders "the highest lance wins." Two-player head-to-head play is excellent. Each player controls a different knight and each of them rides a different mount. The first player is a yellow knight who rides on a flying ostrich. The second player is a light blue knight who rides on a giant stork. In each wave throughout the game, you must defeat every enemy knight in a joust. Everytime you defeat an enemy knight in a joust by ramming him atop his head, he...

Joust

Joust

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 30, 1987

Joust is a platforming game where the player controls a yellow knight riding a flying ostrich from a third-person perspective. The player navigates the protagonist around the game world, which consists of rock platforms floating above a flat island surrounded by lava.

Joust

Joust

Atari 7800 - Released - 1987

In Joust, players take control of a knight with a lance who rides their flying ostrich (or stork, for Player 2) to do battle against computer-controlled evil knights who ride atop vultures. Players must flap their steed's wings to hit the enemy from a higher jousting point to destroy the vulture and its rider. Once the enemy has been hit, an egg falls to one of the platforms below. The heroic knights must destroy the eggs before they hatch and release new and increasingly more difficult knights. The three strengths of enemy knights are Bounder (red knight), Hunter (white knight), and Shadow...

Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest

Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest

Arcade - Released - 1986

Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest is an arcade game developed by Williams Electronics and released in 1986. It is a sequel to Williams' 1982 game Joust. Like its predecessor, Joust 2 is a 2D aerial combat game with platforms to land on. The player uses a button and joystick to control a knight riding a flying ostrich. The object is to progress through levels by defeating groups of enemy knights riding buzzards. Joust 2 features improved audio-visuals and new features such as mutant buzzards created by eggs falling into lava, the ability to transform from an ostrich to a flying horse, and...

Jungle (Williams)

Jungle (Williams)

Pinball - Released - 1960

Jungle Lord

Jungle Lord

Pinball - Released - 1981

Kings

Kings

Pinball - Released - 1957

Klondike

Klondike

Pinball - Released - 1971

Laser Ball

Laser Ball

Pinball - Released - 1979

Laser Cue

Laser Cue

Pinball - Released - 1984

Laser Cue is a four flipper game in 1984, and features an unusual “billiards in space”, science-fiction theme. The game is similar in layout to designer Ed Tomaszewski’s release four years earlier, Alien Poker. Despite Laser Cue being released years after speech had been perfected by Williams Electronics for their games, it features no speech chip. Instead, the game is equipped with a bell that rings when billiard balls are collected or extra balls achieved. The main bank of drop targets are individually controlled, and must be collected in the indicated order to remain dropped. Extra ball...

Line Drive

Line Drive

Pinball - Released - 1972

Line Drive was released in 1972 by Williams. It was one of the last electro-mechanical baseball pinball machines ever produced. The game uses a solid state sound system which includes cheers, clapping, and even boos. 3 outs per inning. 1, 2, or 3 innings per game (operator adjustable). 8 hanging targets. Center ramp delivers ball to hanging target for Bull’s Eye Grand Slam. Mechanical backglass animation (men run bases).

Little Chief

Little Chief

Pinball - Released - 1975

Lucky Seven

Lucky Seven

Pinball - Released - January 19, 1978

Magic City

Magic City

Pinball - Released - 1967

Magic Clock

Magic Clock

Pinball - Released - 1960

Magic Town

Magic Town

Pinball - Released - 1967

Miss O

Miss O

Pinball - Released - 1969

Monster Bash

Monster Bash

Pinball - Released - July 1, 1998

The main goal of the game is to collect the instruments of the iconic horror characters and form the Monsters of Rock band, The table includes a Phantom Flip. Players can let go of the flippers with this auto-play feature and watch the game complete the shots. The machine has an easter egg mode called “Lyman’s Lament”. It features different music and comments of programmer Lyman Sheats while the ball is played

Moon Patrol

Moon Patrol

Atari 800 - Released - 1984

Moon Patrol is a side-scrolling game where the player must drive a moon buggy from one station on the Moon to another, all while avoiding crashing or getting destroyed by alien ships. The vehicle is constantly moving right and the player can speed up or slow down, jump, and shoot (simultaneously firing upwards and forwards.) There are 25 checkpoints along the way, each symbolized with a letter from A to Z, and serving as a respawn point. Every five checkpoints mark a separate "stage" within the entire course; reaching the end of a stage under the par time grants a large score bonus. Dangers...

Mortal Kombat 3

Mortal Kombat 3

Sony Playstation - Released - October 7, 1995

MORTAL KOMBAT 3 is the third installment in this immensely popular and intensely gory series. Shao Kahn has assumed control of Earth and the Outworld, and now both are plunged into darkness, overrun by his barbaric beasts. You must clash with evil to restore order and put Shao Kahn in his place. Are you ready to sacrifice your soul in battle? Go toe-to-toe with 15 ruthless pugilists, including new fighters like Nightwolf, the four-armed Sheeva, riot cop Stryker, and Shao Kahn's evil bride Sindel. Of course, you'll also find your old favorites like Jax, Sonya, and Liu Kang. All of the moves...

NARC

NARC

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Narc is a 1-2 player game, where your mission is to infiltrate the Mr. Big Corporation, the scourge of the underworld. To do this, you must get through the game's eight stages, with over ten sectors like the junkyard, subway, drug lab, nursery, downtown, Sunset Strip, and even the corporation, where Mr. Big resides. In order to get through the stages, you are required to collect a number of safe cards, and insert them in the slot next to the stage exit. Each sector includes a map, and should be easy to read. For example, the blue or red dots represent you, and the white dots are the missile...

Nine Sisters

Nine Sisters

Pinball - Released - 1953

Oh Boy

Oh Boy

Pinball - Released - 1964

OXO

OXO

Pinball - Released - 1973

Paddock

Paddock

Pinball - Released - 1969

Pennant Fever

Pennant Fever

Pinball - Released - 1984

Pharaoh

Pharaoh

Pinball - Released - 1981

Who DARES to enter the tomb of the mighty Pharaoh.

Phoenix

Phoenix

Pinball - Released - 1978

Pit Stop

Pit Stop

Pinball - Released - 1968

Pokerino

Pokerino

Pinball - Released - 1978

Post Time

Post Time

Pinball - Released - 1969

Reserve

Reserve

Pinball - Released - 1961

Riverboat Gambler

Riverboat Gambler

Pinball - Released - 1990

Riverboat Gambler is a gambling themed pinball machine produced by Williams. Pinball machine designer Mark Ritchie reportedly sings the song that plays during the game, whose gravel-voiced, New Orleans-style male voice sounds similar to Louis Armstrong. In the center of the head of the machine, a vertical roulette wheel operates more like the Wheel of Fortune than an actual roulette wheel and does not have a ball. 7 of 16 sections are black, 7 are red, which alternate, with two green spaces that have stars on opposite sides. Located directly above the roulette wheel, a four digit display...

Road Kings

Road Kings

Pinball - Released - 1986

Rocket

Rocket

Pinball - Released - 1959

San Francisco

San Francisco

Pinball - Released - 1964

Satin Doll

Satin Doll

Pinball - Released - 1975

Scorpion

Scorpion

Pinball - Released - 1980

Sea Wolf

Sea Wolf

Pinball - Released - 1959

Shangri-La

Shangri-La

Pinball - Released - 1967

Shuffle Inn

Shuffle Inn

Pinball - Released - 1989

Skill Pool

Skill Pool

Pinball - Released - 1963

Skyway

Skyway

Pinball - Released - 1954

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