Bally Midway

The Addams Family

The Addams Family

Pinball - Released - 1992

The Addams Family, released in March 1992, is the best selling pinball machine of all time. Manufactured by Midway (under the Bally name), it is a solid state electronic pinball arcade game. It was based on the 1991 film of the same name, and features custom speech (mostly derived from the motion picture) by the stars of the film, Raul Julia and Anjelica Huston. More than 20,000 units have been sold thus far.

The Adventures of Robby Roto!

The Adventures of Robby Roto!

Arcade - Released - 1981

The Adventures of Robby Roto! is a 1981 arcade game produced by Bally/Midway. It is one of the few games made available to legally download on the official website of MAME, a video game emulator. It's kinda a cross between Dig Dug and Pac-Man. You are a round yellow man and you have to go collect your buddies down under the ground. You can't dig where you want instead you have mazes that are visable and invisable to travel through. You must avoid the bad guys that get faster and faster on each level. The buddies that you collect follow you around and each level has more of them for you to...

Arch Rivals

Arch Rivals

Arcade - January 1, 1989

Arch Rivals is a basketball arcade game released by Midway in 1989. Billed by Midway as "A Basket Brawl", the game features two-on-two full court basketball games in which players are encouraged to punch opposing players and steal the ball from them. Arch Rivals allows players to select from a variety of fictional teams (although arcade operators can change the team names to reflect real ones) and players. One playable character, "Tyrone" was also featured in the animated Power Team segments of the television series Video Power. Home versions of the game were released for the Nintendo...

Astron Belt

Astron Belt

Arcade - Released - May 15, 1983

The player controls a lone spacecraft on a mission to singlehandedly take down the entire enemy armada. Enemy fighters and ships shoot at the player, and there are mines and other objects that must be shot or avoided. The game is divided into waves. At the end of each wave is a command ship that must be destroyed. In later waves the enemy fighters move and shoot more aggressively, and their shots are more accurate. Some waves take place in open space, while others require the player to battle enemies while flying through narrow trenches and tunnels. The player is on a timer at the...

Attack from Mars

Attack from Mars

Pinball - Released - December 1, 1995

Attack from Mars is a 1995 pinball game designed by Brian Eddy, and released by Midway. In this game, the player must fend off an alien invasion from the planet Mars by defending the world's major cities, destroying the invasion fleet, and conquering Mars itself.

Baby Pac-Man

Baby Pac-Man

Pinball - Released - 1982

Baby Pac-Man is a Pac-Man arcade game designed by Claude Fernandez and released by Bally in 1982. It is best known for being one of two Pinball/Video Game hybrids developed by Bally (Granny and the Gators was the other). Instead of a regular pinball machine, the game shipped in an arcade cabinet, with a video screen on top with a smaller-sized table beneath. Like other Pac-Man titles, the game starts off with Baby Pac-Man in a maze with four ghosts; unlike other titles, there are no power pellets available. When the player moves Baby Pac-Man into one of two chutes at the bottom of the maze,...

Baby Pac-Man

Baby Pac-Man

Arcade - Released - 1982

Baby Pac-Man is a hybrid arcade/pinball game released by Bally Midway on October 11, 1982. The cabinet consists of a 13-inch video screen seated above an elevated horizontal pinball game, and the combination fits into roughly the same size space as an upright arcade machine. The development of Baby Pac-Man was not authorized by Namco. It was designed and released entirely by Bally-Midway (as were Pac-Man Plus, Jr. Pac-Man, and Professor Pac-Man), which eventually led to Namco canceling its relationship with Bally-Midway. 7,000 units were produced.

The Bally Game Show

The Bally Game Show

Pinball - Released - January 26, 1990

The Bally Game Show is a pinball machine from April 1990, manufactured by Bally Manufacturing Co Bally’s TV game show-based pinball machine is dripping with cheese. The 1980s-style American game show host loudly invites you to try your luck on the table and win big, but you'll need to keep your wits about you! The complex playfield is designed around that massive centre ramp. Move around the playfield, boost your score and collect prizes. Shoot the ramps for extra points, light up the scoring wheel and keep hitting those targets. We can’t promise you’ll win a car, but you’ll...

Black Rose

Black Rose

Pinball - Released - July 1, 1992

Black Rose is a pinball machine created by John Trudeau and Brian Eddy, with artwork by Pat McMahon. It was released by Williams Electronics (under the "Bally" label) in 1992. Only 3,746 units were made, making it something of a rarity. The game focuses on the title character, a female pirate captain who commands her crew of grizzled sea dogs. Your goal is to sink as many ships as you can by lighting S-I-N-K-S-H-I-P through various means, then fire a cannonball through the broadside at the far end of the table. Along the way, you'll find the Pirate's Cove, get a random award from Polly, and...

Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball

Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball

Pinball - Released - December 3, 1990

Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball is a pinball machine released by Williams Electronics (under the Bally label) in 1990. Designed by John Trudeau and illustrated by Python Anghelo and John Youssi, this was the second last pin from Bally to use an alphanumeric display, and the first of only two licensed pinball tables ever to feature the Looney Tunes characters (the second being Sega's Space Jam). The game is a celebration of Bugs Bunny's 50th anniversary, accompanied with his various co-stars and lots of cake. Use the Skill Shot to help Wile E. Coyote chase the Road Runner, break some eggs in the...

Bull Fight

Bull Fight

Arcade - Released - 1984

Bullfight, known as The Tougyuu (ザ・闘牛) in Japan, is a bull fighting game for Sega System 1 arcade hardware. A matador fights against a bull by waving his cape to lure the bull and then stab him with the sword. Sometimes two extra bulls enter the ring to make things more difficult.

Bump 'n' Jump

Bump 'n' Jump

Arcade - Released - 1982

Bump 'n' Jump, known in Japan as Burnin' Rubber, is a 1982 Japanese arcade game created by Data East Corporation, is an action racing game played from a top down point of view. As you race through the treacherous and ever changing roadways, the numerous enemy cars will be trying to bump you off the road. You need to make sure you bump the cars out of the way before you get bumped and crash into the sides yourself! Your car also has the ability to jump quite high if you have enough speed. This is useful to jump over enemy cars if there are too many in the way, and must also be used to jump gaps...

City Slicker

Pinball - Released - 1987

Crater Raider

Arcade - Released - 1984

Crater Raider was produced by Bally Midway in 1984. The player is a tank trying to rescue hostages on worlds with lots of craters (that the player can descend into.) Rescuing all hostages, while avoiding (or destroying) other tanks and UFOs advances the player to the next level.

Cybernaut

Cybernaut

Pinball - Released - 1985

With only 900 produced back in May of 1985, the Bally Cybernaut pinball machine is a highly sought after and instantly collectible classic pinball machine that features some of the finest aspects of pinball history all in one machine. The space oriented cyborg / alien theme and elements are rendered with a stunning and visually satisfying art package that is rich and deep in color and paired up with some of the best classic pinball digital midi type sounds and effects ever recorded into a game. The special is immediately lit upon launching the ball. If you get all 4 targets up top, you...

Demolition Derby (Bally Midway)

Demolition Derby (Bally Midway)

Arcade - Released - 1984

Drive your car in a demolition derby and avoid getting hit in the radiator. Hit other cars in the radiator several times to make them explode. Collect wrenches, screwdrivers and car keys for bonuses.

Demons & Dragons

Arcade - Unreleased - 1982

A Prototype shooter created by Dave Nutting Associates for Bally Midway that used a Stick and Trackball for control input. Goals: Avoid the killer dragon. Stop the flying dragons from burning the castle. Throw magic missiles at other evil creatures. Stop the dreaded troll. Grab all 3 keys in 1 wave to free the princess. Beware of dark surprises.

Discs of Tron

Discs of Tron

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1983

In 1983 Bally midway released the follow up to the original Tron game titled Discs of Tron. In Discs of Tron the game recreates the disc fighting sequence of the movie where you progress through different platforms in a disc battle against the evil enemy Sark. Once again players utilize an 8-way joystick for moving with one button for firing and a rotary dial for controlling the direction of the fire.

Doctor Who

Doctor Who

Pinball - Released - September 1, 1992

Doctor Who is a 1992 pinball game by Bally, based on the classic BBC television show. The Master and Davros have teamed up to destroy Earth, and it's up to the Doctor and his six other counterparts to defeat them. Sylvester McCoy and Terry Molloy provide voice acting as the Seventh Doctor and Davros, respectively.

Domino Man

Domino Man

Arcade - Released - 1983

Domino Man is a 1983 arcade video game released by Bally Midway. It features the ragtime piece, Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin as the background music. The player controls Domino Man, a bespectacled, balding man wearing a beat-up turtleneck sweater and sporting a mustache. The player attempts to set up a number of giant dominoes across the screen. The main goal of Domino Man is to set up a domino on every site marked by a black dot. Meanwhile, pedestrians meander throughout the playfield and may wander into dominos, knocking them over. Domino Man can shove them away from the dominos. A...

Dr. Dude and His Excellent Ray

Dr. Dude and His Excellent Ray

Pinball - Released - August 29, 1990

Dr. Dude and His Excellent Ray is a Pinball Table designed by Dennis Nordman with art by Greg Freres, released by Williams Electronics under the Bally Midway label in 1990. Festooned with Comic Book pop-art, Speech Bubbles, and more surfer slang and puns than you can shake a thermometer at, this game challenges players to prove their cool by raising the Dude-O-Meter. The hotter you get, the cooler you'll be; if you can raise yourself up to a Super Dude, you'll get a chance to collect pinball's first-ever Gazillion Jackpot.

Fireball Classic

Fireball Classic

Pinball - Released - 1985

Future Spy

Future Spy

Arcade - Released - 1984

Future Spy is an arcade game released by Sega in 1984 that runs on Sega Zaxxon hardware. Like Zaxxon it is a isometric shoot-'em-up, but unlike Zaxxon the player does not spend time adjusting the height of his ship (or plane in this circumstance). One button fires at air targets while another drops bombs on ground targets. Future Spy was not ported to any home platforms during the first few years after release, but it did see a release as part of Sega Mega Drive Collection in 2006.

Galaga 3

Galaga 3

Arcade - Released - 1984

Gaplus (ギャプラス Gyapurasu) is a fixed shooter arcade game that was released by Namco in 1984. It was the only other game to run on Namco Phozon hardware, and in the US, a modification kit was later released to change the name to Galaga 3, possibly to increase recognition among fans of the games even though there was no "Galaga 2". Gaplus is a sequel to Galaga and has similar gameplay. The player controls a spaceship, that can now move vertically (limited to halfway up the screen, much like Atari's Centipede) as well as horizontally, and shoots at swarms of incoming insect-like aliens which fly...

Gilligan's Island

Gilligan's Island

Pinball - Released - 1991

Gilligan's Island is a Licensed Pinball Table designed by Ward Pemberton and Dan Langlois, with artwork by John Youssi. It was released in 1991 by Williams Electronics under the Bally label. Based on the popular television sitcom, the game begins with the Castaways' tranquil island home disrupted by the impending eruption of Kona, the local volcano god. To avoid the calamity, Gilligan (and the player) must scour the island for seven ingredients to make the Professor's Secret Formula Lava Seltzer and relieve Kona's pressure. After gathering up the ingredients, Gilligan must then traverse the...

Gold Ball

Gold Ball

Pinball - Released - 1983

Gold Ball is a pinball machine from 1983, manufactured by Bally Manufacturing Co. Gold Ball has two balls, one silver and one gold, but no multiball feature. The gold ball feature as issued from the factory uses an operator-adjustable percentage (1-15%) for the random release of the gold-colored ball into the shooter lane, awarded as an extra ball. When the gold ball is in play, all playfield scores are tripled. The field service upgrade kit converts the gold ball release rules to a skill feature instead of a percentage. The player must light G-O-L-D-B-A-L-L using the center standup...

Granny and the Gators

Granny and the Gators

Pinball - Released - 1984

Grudge Match.

Grudge Match.

Arcade - Unreleased - 1987

Originally called 'Race For Pink', as in pink slips, the certificates of ownership at Bally Sente then realized that pink slips are not universal, so the name was changed. This represent the very last coin-op game designed by Owen Rubin and the end of his career. But unfortunately, this prototype was never finished / never released. In this prototype version, buying parts for your car was made VERY simple to speed up the game. In the final version, you would see your car in a garage up on a lift, and a garage full of parts you could 'buy' to make your car better. Better tires, better...

Harley-Davidson (Bally)

Harley-Davidson (Bally)

Pinball - Released - 1991

The first Harley Davidson game was released by Williams Electronics (under the "Bally" label) in February 1991. Designed by Barry Oursler based on a concept by artist Mark Sprenger, it was intended to be a low-cost game with broad appeal. There is no overarching objective; instead, the player is simply out to collect a high score, either by advancing from Laconia, NH to Los Angeles and collecting the jackpot, or by spelling HARLEY DAVIDSON to collect assorted bonuses and rewards. The reversed outlanes will surprise rookies, but pinball pros can start multiball and collect the Screamin' Eagle...

Heavy Metal Meltdown

Heavy Metal Meltdown

Pinball - Released - 1987

Indianapolis 500

Indianapolis 500

Pinball - Released - June 6, 1995

Indianapolis 500 is a 1995 Licensed Pinball Table released by Williams Electronics under the Bally label. It was designed by Dennis Nordman, illustrated by Dan Hughes and Paul Barker, and features original voicework by motorsports broadcaster Paul Page, retired racer Bobby Unser, and legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway track announcer Tom Carnegie. Naturally, the game is a nonstop frenzy of speed as thirty-three racers compete to win the world-famous Indianapolis 500 auto race. As the table rumbles with the action, endure all two hundred laps, make your way past the other racers, and go...

Journey

Journey

Arcade - July 1, 1983

You must recover the instruments for the five members of the rock band Journey. Characters have black and white digitized faces. Plays many Journey songs, including a tape of Separate Ways. Bonus round: you the roadie must push fans away from the concert stage.

Jr. Pac-man

Jr. Pac-man

Arcade - Released - 1983

The gameplay of Jr. Pac-Man is very similar to that of its predecessors: The player controls the eponymous Jr. Pac-Man (who wears an animated propeller beanie), and scores points by eating all of the Pac-Dots in the maze, while four ghosts chase him around the maze and attempt to kill him. The player can eat an energizer to turn the ghosts blue, making them vulnerable for a short period of time, and allowing the player to eat them for extra points. Once the maze is cleared, a new maze will be presented and the gameplay will continue.

Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd

Pinball - Released - 1993

Judge Dredd is a licensed pinball machine based on the popular 2000 AD comic book character. Designed by John Trudeau, it was released by Williams Electronics under the Bally label in 1993. In the year 2116, crime and chaos runs rampant through Mega-City One. The dips and the gumps are preying on the chumps, the heisters and joy poppers are shooting up the streets, and it's up to the player as Judge Dredd to rein in the drokkbuckets and keep the civos in line. But being a slab jock isn't just busting perps and fighting off trogs — there are suspects to shadow, crime scenes to clear, and...

Jump Shot

Jump Shot

Arcade - 1985

An early one-on-one basketball game. Score more points than your opponent to win.

Kings of Steel

Kings of Steel

Pinball - Released - 1984

Kozmik Krooz'r

Kozmik Krooz'r

Arcade - Released - 1982

Guide Kapt. Krooz'r into the mothership while either shooting, deflecting (with his shield) or avoiding various attacking enemies. Kapt. Krooz'r can only enter the mothership when it extends down a tractor beam. A bonus round, where Kapt Krooz'r must...

Mappy

Mappy

Arcade - Released - August 1, 1983

The player guides Mappy the police mouse through the mansion of the cats called Mewkies (Meowky in the U.S. version) to retrieve stolen goods. The player uses a left-right joystick to move Mappy and a single button to operate doors. The mansion has six floors of hallways in which the stolen items are stashed.

Max RPM

Max RPM

Arcade - Released - 1986

Max RPM is a split-screen racing arcade game that was developed and published by Bally Midway, which was released in 1986.

Mister Viking

Mister Viking

Arcade - Released - 1984

Mister Viking is a Viking-themed vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up game where you take control of a Viking searching for the lost treasure of his people. As the character makes progress he has to fight of creatures who walk or fly in the screen from all directions. The player has the ability to shoot in all directions to fend them off. To aid the player a bit a Viking ship occasionally appears to drop special weapons like bombs and swords that can be thrown at the enemies. Some buildings also yield these special weapons when destroyed. The game can be played solo or with a friend in...

Motordome

Motordome

Pinball - Released - 1986

Mousin' Around!

Mousin' Around!

Pinball - Released - November 20, 1989

NBA Fastbreak

NBA Fastbreak

Pinball - Released - 1997

NBA Fastbreak is a pinball machine released in 1997 by Williams Electronics (under its Bally label). Designed by George Gomez, the game casts the player in the role of one of the NBA's then-29 teams, playing off against another on the court. The ultimate goal is to complete six tasks (ranging from activating every multiball to merely scoring 20 points) to win a trophy, then engage in Trophy Multiball for a shot at winning a championship ring for your team. Unsurprisingly, getting to this point heavily revolves around a plastic facsimile of a basketball hoop on the playfield. The player can...

Pac-Man Plus

Pac-Man Plus

Arcade - Released - September 1, 1982

The game plays exactly like the original except that there are various events (apparently selected at random) that may or may not occur after Pac-Man eats one of the four power pellets. These events include but are not limited to: the maze's structure becoming temporarily invisible, the ghosts turning invisible while they are blue, or only three of the four ghosts turning blue. The prizes in the middle of the maze can also act as a power pellet. Another difference is that later in the game the maze's structure becomes permanently invisible. The scoring system is exactly the same as in the...

Party Animal

Party Animal

Pinball - Released - 1987

Party Animal is great fun for your gang of Animals! Open playfield makes for traditional play with modern touches includeing ramp and target skill shots. Complete target light-ups to spell out party animal for maximum bonus and specials. Put Party Animal in your gameroom for top competitive thrills and silverball excitement!

The Party Zone

The Party Zone

Pinball - Released - 1991

The Party Zone is a Pinball Table designed by Dennis Nordman, with artwork by Greg Freres and music and sound effects by Dan Forden. It was released in 1991 by Williams Electronics under the Bally label. The Party Zone is centered on an interdimensional party under the watchful eyes of the wildly enigmatic Captain B. Zarr. Win the Door Prize, enter the Dance Contest with the Dancing Dummy, shoot the Rocket Ramp for the Ozone Bonus, and make sure to Eat, Drink, & B. Merry. Start up the Super Sonic Robotic Comic for a Laff Attack, and don't hesitate to Make a Request from the DJ. After all...

Pigskin 621AD

Pigskin 621AD

Arcade - Released - 1990

Play Football with Barbarians! A basic football-ish game is played on a field filled with weapons, traps, and even paid-off bystanders that will do anything to slow you down! You are the captain of a team of barbarians, trying to make as many 'touchdowns' as possible. Not only can you pass or lateral the ball to your teammates, but you can pick up concealed weapons too (then when a defender tries to tackle you, he comes out of the ball of dust with a mace in his face!). You can play against the computer, or head to head, but if you really start wiping the floor with your opponent, they...

Pool Sharks

Pool Sharks

Pinball - Released - March 14, 1990

Popeye Saves the Earth

Popeye Saves the Earth

Pinball - Released - 1994

Popeye Saves the Earth is a Physical Pinball Table designed by Barry Oursler and themed and illustrated by Python Anghelo, with additional artwork by John Youssi and Pat McMahon. It was released by Williams Electronics under the "Bally" label in 1994. As is evident from the title, this is a game based on the long-running Popeye comic strip. Popeye's long-time nemesis Bluto is now a planet-polluting profiteer; his companies' toxic activities have endangered five species of wildlife, while Bluto himself has kidnapped Olive Oyl, and Swee'pea has gotten lost in a maze of corridors. It therefore...

Power Drive

Power Drive

Arcade - Released - 1987

Power Drive' is an arcade racing game featuring monster trucks from 1987 by Bally Midway. This arcade game is for up to three players simultaneously. Game modes include speed rallies, car crushes, high jumps and sled pulls.

Professor Pac-Man

Professor Pac-Man

Arcade - Released - August 12, 1983

Taking a huge turn from the rest of the series, Professor Pac-Man acts as a quiz game, asking classroom style questions like analogies, completing figures, and memory challenges. Pac-Man dons a cap and pointer and acts as teacher to your pupil. Multiple choices are given with a timer represented by Pac-Man eating dots. The more dots left by the time you answer correctly, the more points you're awarded. At first you are given second chances to answer questions, but after a certain number of incorrect answers, the game is over. Pac-Man eats the dots more quickly as the game progresses. After...

Radical!

Radical!

Pinball - Released - June 14, 1990

Rampage

Rampage

Arcade - Released - 1986

The game where the nice guys don't get a look in. Grab your way through Chicago, punch up New York, and jump on San Francisco. Three indescribably nasty characters which bear a remarkable likeness to King Kong, Godzilla and Wolf-Man, need you to send them on a RAMPAGE in an enduring 150 days of destruction through 50 different cities!

Rescue Raider

Rescue Raider

Arcade - Released - 1987

Rescue Raider was produced by Bally Midway in 1987. Gather secret plans, better weapons and more fuel. Destroy any resistance. You pilot an armed vehicle that is trying to gather secret plans. These plans will reveal what an area of your map is hiding. You can also take hostages, gather fuel and better weapons. You seem to have unlimited lives but limited fuel. If you run out of fuel you can by more with a quarter.

Safe Cracker

Safe Cracker

Pinball - Released - 1996

Safe Cracker is a 1996 pinball machine by Pat Lawlor and Williams Electronics (under the Bally label), with art by John Youssi. The game revolves around a bank heist, where you must avoid guards and sneak into the vault to crack the safe and get rich. It is very different from most pinball machines — the playfield is noticeably smaller, allowing it to fit in places a conventional pinball machine couldn't go, and the backglass is rather large. Players do not have a finite amount of balls, but instead have a set time limit to get into the Vault, whereupon a board game begins on the backglass....

Sarge

Sarge

Arcade - 1985

Sarge is an arcade game released by Bally Midway in 1985. Two players play at once, switching between tanks and helicopters. Players can fight each other. The game has two sets of joysticks.

Satan's Hollow

Satan's Hollow

Arcade - Released - 1981

Satan's Hollow is a fixed screen shoot 'em up that instead of the typical space setting of the genre involves fighting the devil and his minions. The gameplay is similar to Galaga or Moon Cresta with the enemies (most commonly gargoyles) moving around in specific patterns, often diving towards the player. The player moves left and right and uses his gun to destroy the enemies. A shield is also available and can be activated for a short moment's protection. The shield's power is limited and when used up the player has to wait for it to recharge. On the right side of the screen is a river of...

The Shadow

The Shadow

Pinball - Released - 1994

The Shadow is an arcade pinball game designed by Brian Eddy with art by Doug Watson, and was released in 1994 by Williams Electronics under the "Bally" label. Based on the 1994 film of the same name, it features custom voice clips from stars Penelope Ann-Miller (Margo Lane), John Lone (Shiwan Khan), and Tim Curry (Farley Claymore). Alec Baldwin was unable to provide lines, so you’ll have to settle with Williams alumni Tim Kitzrow to voice The Shadow himself. As with the movie, Lamont Cranston is a Rich Idiot With No Day Job who is secretly The Shadow, a vigilante with psychic powers....

Shoot the Bull

Shoot the Bull

Arcade - Released - 1985

Shoot the Bull is a darts arcade game that was released by Bally Midway in 1985; it runs on Namco Pac-Man hardware, but was released a whole year after their old Japanese licensors had terminated their 5-year-long partnership. Up to four players can select from one of four modes: (the eponymous) "Shoot the Bull", "Black Out", "301" and "Poison 301 Pro" - and they must use a trackball to aim their darts at the on-screen board (with a single button to throw them). In "Shoot the Bull" mode, you have to aim at the bullseye in the centre of the board, while in "Black Out", you have to aim at the...

Spy Hunter

Spy Hunter

Apple II - Released - September 10, 1983

Spy Hunter is an overhead view, vehicular combat game developed by Bally Midway and released in arcades in 1983. The game draws inspiration from the James Bond films and was originally supposed to carry the James Bond license. The object of the game is to drive down roads in the technologically advanced "Interceptor" car and destroy various enemy vehicles with a variety of onboard weapons. Spy Hunter was produced in both sit-down and standard upright versions with the latter being more common. he game's controls consist of a steering wheel in the form of a futuristic aircraft-style yoke with...

Spy Hunter

Spy Hunter

Pinball - Released - 1984

Spy Hunter is a Pinball Spin-Off of the hit arcade racing game of the same name. Designed by Greg Kmiec with art by Tony Ramunni, it was released by Bally/Midway in 1984. In this game, the player must help Agent GK and his partner as they battle enemy agents on land, sea, and air. Make the Skill Shot to open the safety gate, then take to the air with missiles and a one-man jet to double and triple the playfield targets. Drive through the Weapons Warehouse for armament, then drop out to engage the target in a deadly battle over the drain. Knock down the drop targets to build the score...

Star Guards

Arcade - Released - 1986

Star Guards was produced by Bally Midway in 1986. Players control robot warriors fighting enemies in outer space.

Strange Science

Strange Science

Pinball - Released - 1986

Strange Science is a Physical Pinball Table designed by Dan Langlois and illustrated by Greg Freres. It was released by Bally/Midway in 1986. On a dark and stormy night, frisky teens Jodi and Todd venture into an abandoned old house, only to get separated by a Mad Scientist living within. Dr. Shock introduces Jodi to Gertrude the chimpanzee, then announces his wild experiment to swap their bodies. While Todd rushes to save her, the player must use the Particle Accelerator and the Atom Smasher to power up the experiment, and activate the Anti-Gravity machine to move balls up the playfield....

Tapper

Tapper

Apple II - Released - September 11, 1983

Tapper, also known as Root Beer Tapper, is a 1983 arcade game released by Bally Midway. Tapper puts the player in the shoes of a bartender. The player must serve eager, thirsty patrons before their patience expires while collecting empty mugs and tips. The game was produced in association with Budweiser. Several variants of the game were released, with similar gameplay but different graphics and music. The first was with Budweiser branding, followed in 1984 by Root Beer Tapper, which was developed specifically for arcades because the original version was construed as advertising alcohol to...

Tapper

Tapper

Arcade - Released - 1983

Tapper, also known as Root Beer Tapper, is a 1983 arcade game released by Bally Midway. Tapper puts the player in the shoes of a bartender. The player must serve eager, thirsty patrons before their patience expires while collecting empty mugs and tips. The game was produced in association with Budweiser.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Pinball - Released - 1991

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a 1991 arcade pinball game designed by Steve Ritchie and released by Williams Electronics. It is based on the movie of the same name, and Arnold Schwarzenegger reprised his role as The Terminator. Unsurprisingly, the game rode the movie's popularity to become the best-selling pinball machine of 1991 by a landslide. Instead of trying to replicate the plot of the film, the pinball instead opts to recreate the emotional highlights with a whirlwind of nonstop action. Shoot the two Cyberdyne ramps to raise the Security Levels, repeatedly hit the Chase Loop for...

Timber

Timber

Arcade - Released - 1984

You control a logger, who must chop down trees as they spring up. Two indicators appear at the top of the screen; the left tells you how many trees you must chop to clear the level, and the right tells you how much time you have left. The boss is watching you, so you must chop down the trees quickly; to earn points for each tree, and bonus points for chopping all the trees needed for that level with time remaining. If a bird falls out of a tree you chop down, grabbing the bird before it gets away will earn you bonus points. You must avoid allowing a tree to fall on you; if it does, you will...

Transporter: The Rescue

Transporter: The Rescue

Pinball - Released - June 5, 1989

Truck Stop

Truck Stop

Pinball - Released - November 23, 1988

Truck Stop (Full title: Big Betty's Truck Stop) is a Physical Pinball Table designed by Dan Langlois, Steve Kirk, and Jim Patla, with art by Pat McMahon. It was released by Williams Electronics under the "Bally" label in 1988. The player is cast as a semi truck driver, enjoying some good donuts, hot coffee, and fine company at Big Betty's between shifts hauling cargo. Hit the symmetrical double ramps to spot the various cities, then pull into the Gas Station to lock the ball. Spell C-I-T-Y five times to reach a destination and start two-ball multiball, then blast through the center dropdown...

Turbo Tag

Arcade - 2019

An overhead view demolition derby type game where the player has to ram into cars while turbo charged before they park, and avoid the red tag car, or else the turbo charger will be lost, and the player will travel slow. If any car hits the player's car while not turbo charged, the player loses a life. There are other bonus items that can be picked up for points. Collecting all 4 will send the player to the bonus round. There are bombs that the player also has to avoid to prevent losing a life. The round is ended by collecting the T-U-R-B-O letters. Trivia: This game is a prototype and was...

Twilight Zone

Twilight Zone

Pinball - Released - 1993

Twilight Zone is a widebody pinball machine, designed by Pat Lawlor and based on the TV series of the same name. It was first released in 1993 by Midway (under the Bally label).

Two Tigers

Two Tigers

Arcade - Released - 1984

Two Tigers is an arcade game created by Bally Midway and released in 1984. It is themed around World War II-era planes attempting to sink military ships, but there are no references as to which countries are involved in the conflict. Two Tigers offers the choice of two separate modes: one or two players working together to sink large enemy ships, or a dogfight mode where two players attempt to down each other's plane. The game was not ported to home computers or game consoles. In the primary mode, each player steers his or her always moving plane by rotating it clockwise and...

Up'n Down

Up'n Down

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1984

FUN IN THE FAST LANE Drive your Baja Buggy over treacherous miles of deadly motocross track. Watch out! The course is crawling with opponents who want to make this the last race you run. Beware of killer pick-up trucks, boulders, and swarms of other motoring menaces. The Official Home Version of the SALLY/MIDWAY Arcade Winner. - Multiple screeching screens of Baja Road Race excitement. - High-speed challenges for one or two players. - Full-throttle color action-animated graphics.

Wacko

Wacko

Arcade - Released - 1983

Kapt'n Krooz'r "kroozes" around the landscape and inside caves shooting monsters and avoiding collisions. Shoot two matching monsters in succession to make them disappear. On higher levels, shooting unmatched monsters creates "mutants".

Who Dunnit

Who Dunnit

Pinball - Released - 1995

The aim of the game is to solve five murder mysteries by interrogating suspects and finding evidence before heading to the Roof in the game to catch the killer. There can be a maximum of four balls in play at any time, and it can support up to four players. There are five "balls", but once they are all exhausted, the player can have an extra three "balls" by inserting a credit. If the player gets their initials on the high scores list, they may be awarded 1 free go (or 2 free goes if they manage to get enough points to become Grand Champion).

World Cup Soccer

World Cup Soccer

Pinball - Released - 1994

World Cup Soccer is a pinball game by Williams Electronics (under the Bally label), designed by John Popadiuk and released to promote the 1994 World Cup. As far as pinball goes, the table pretty accurately emulates the World Cup experience - you buy tickets, fill the stadiums with fans, and most importantly shoot goals. In addition, you move through the various cities the Real Life teams went to, and eventually take on the top contender (Germany) to become champion.

Xenophobe

Xenophobe

Arcade - Released - 1987

Xenos. The very name strikes fear into every colonist's heart. A distress call is received from space stations orbiting your homeworld, then silence. A single ship escapes, piloted by a battered man who tells the tale of pods that hatch into acid-spitting Xenos. A small band of engineers has been dispatched to combat the Xeno threat before it takes over all the space stations and, eventually, your homeworld. Xenophobe is a side-scrolling shooter with platform elements. Assemble your band of engineers and fight the Xenos on each station, striving to either clear it or abandon it. You start...

X's & O's

X's & O's

Pinball - Released - 1984

X's & O's is a stone age theme and the successor of "OXO" which was already very successful in 1973. Thematically, the pinball machine is very entertaining. The game still revolves around the Tic Tac Toe matrix in the middle of the field. The player controls what happens in the matrix by hitting different targets. In the upper half of the pitch, the new edition of 1984 brings some changes with it. Among other things a third pinball finger, with which the player must hit the upper 3 Drop Targtes. The skill shot requires a lot of feeling at the trigger. The player must bring the ball into...

Zwackery

Arcade - Released - 1984

A fantasy-type game with all the fairy tale elements. Jump around and preserve all the pages of Zak's "Book of Life" from the Gholum. In Zwackery, you control a wizard named Zachary Thwacker. Your beloved has been transformed into a frog and you have to make your way to the culprit . You wield a sword and carry a shield. The magic spells are picked up along the way, as well as keys and bonuses. Zachary's cloak changes color as you progress through the game and you also earn new titles (Amateur, Novice, Adept, Conjurer,...). After the Boss has been killed, you play the same levels again,...

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