FunHouse

FunHouse

FunHouse is a Williams Electronics Pinball game introduced in 1990. It was designed by Pat Lawlor with artwork by John Youssi, and features the voice of Ed Boon as Rudy. Rudy the Dummy is a living ventriloquist dummy and chief proprietor of the...

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Name FunHouse
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Platform Pinball
Release Date November 1, 1990
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Williams Electronics
Publishers Williams Electronics
Genres Action
Max Players 4
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 3.06
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FunHouse_(pinball)
Video Link https://youtu.be/RBkoQpymLyI
Overview
FunHouse is a Williams Electronics Pinball game introduced in 1990. It was designed by Pat Lawlor with artwork by John Youssi, and features the voice of Ed Boon as Rudy. Rudy the Dummy is a living ventriloquist dummy and chief proprietor of the titular FunHouse; the player must advance the clock to midnight, which will cause the FunHouse to close and make Rudy fall asleep. When this happens, the player can shoot a ball into Rudy's mouth to start multiball, panicking Rudy and wreaking havoc all over the board.
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