Bally Astrocade - Released - January 1, 1985
The all-time board classics are here to challenge your skills and your mind. See if you can match wits with the computer or a friend. It's a battle of the mind - be careful your next move may be your last!
Pinball - Released - December 1, 1992
Released in 1992, the Creature from the Black Lagoon pinball table got its theme from the classic movie of the same title, a film shot in 3D in the early 1950s. The table is set up as a drive-in cinema typical of the era, with features like a snack bar, a rude driver whose van blocks the screen, and of course the Creature, lurking in his lagoon.
Bally Astrocade - Released - January 1, 1980
A real down-home skeet shoot! The target spins through the air as you raise your shotgun and fire. Good shooting keeps the target bouncing between the players. An explosive 12-gauge juggling act builds a big score! Blast the target past your opponent to score points. Play long or short games and vary the number of targets. 1 or 2 players.
Bally Astrocade - January 1, 1978
Two fun-packed, fast-paced games sharpen basic math skills. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are the key ingredients. The faster you answer, the more points you get. As the score grows higher, the problems get harder. The computer automatically adjusts the skill levels to challenge players equally. A great teaching tool!
Atari 5200 - Released - 1983
The game itself consists of four levels: •The first level has you behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with your ship & shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; •The second level is similar to the first, only your defensive shield is gone, and the enemies tend to swoop down over the level as opposed to those row formations. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level; •The third level is a change, and has you entering hyperspace. Your only goal is to survive to the end of your journey. The viewpoint switches from a...
Pinball - Released - 1978
In 1978, Bally Manufacturing Co. released the first Playboy pinball machine. According to Pinside, this particular pinball has a production run of 18.250, making it the #4 most successful Flipper-Game of all time. The start-up and bonus score countdown music for the Playboy pinball machine is similar to the “Playboy’s Theme” from the 1969 “Playboy After Dark” television show. This game’s artwork was created by Paul Faris and the backglass features an illustration of Hugh Hefner with Playmates Patti McGuire and Sondra Theodore. Special Features on the Flyer: 5 Playboy Keys They...
Pinball - Released - 1995
Tales of the Arabian Nights --- Rule Sheet v1.2 (6/23/97) - IT'S ABOUT TIME! By Joshua Lehan Introduction This is another great game by John Popadiuk Jr. It is clearly inspired by his earlier success, Theatre of Magic. The difficulty level is about the same; even though it is much easier to progress through the modes and reach the final mode, the playfield is more difficult. The game is based on the Arabian Nights, of course, with a Lamp, a Genie, and a flying carpet ramp. It has a beautiful and detailed backglass, which reminds me of a Magic card - can you guess which expansion...
Pinball - Released - 1975
'Wizard' was inspired by the 1975 Hollywood movie 'Tommy' and included likenesses of Roger Daltry and Ann-Margret on the backglass. This was the last Bally EM game to have its knocker located in the lower cabinet. It was moved to the backbox in subsequent EM games. The Double Bonus playfield insert shown in the flyer is the color green, while actual playfields shown in this listing and elsewhere can have this insert as either green or blue. The reason for the two different colors is unknown to us. Wizard was the first pinball machine to use flip flags.