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Flyer Manufacturer Year Comments
C.O.D. Williams 1953 COD has 3 flippers (one is an automatic flipper)
Cabaret Williams 1968 First game to feature an Up-post - invented by Norm Clark
Cabaret Recreativos Franco 1975 Likeness of Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles in Cabaret
Cactus Canyon Bally 1998 Last "regular" pinball produced before the pinball 2000 system
Cactus Jacks Gottlieb 1991 Mechanical cactus band dances during multi-ball and special events
Caddie Playmatic 1975 1 player wedghead, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Camelot Bally 1970 4 player version of Bally's 1970 'Galahad'
Camelot Bally 1970 German version flyer
Campus Queen Bally 1966 4 player version of 'Sheba', Remade with zipper-flippers as 'Gator'
Campus Queen Bally 1966 German version flyer, 4 player version of Bally's 1965 'Sheba'
Canada Dry Gottlieb 1976 Produced for a contest in France to promote the Canada Dry soda brand
Cannes Segasa 1976 Similar to Segasa's 1977 'Monaco'
Capersville Bally 1966 First game to feature 3 ball multi-ball play, Zipper flippers
Capersville Bally 1966 German version flyer, First game to feature 3 ball multi-ball play
Capri Chicago Coin 1956 1 player, 4 designers credited on this machine
Captain Card Gottlieb 1974 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'High Hand', Italian version is 'Top Hand'
Captain Fantastic Bally 1976 Inspired by the movie 'Tommy' featuring Elton John
Captain Fantastic Bally 1976 Pinball contest brochure promoting Elton John's albums
Captain Fantastic Bally 1977 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Captain Hook Game Plan 1985 Captain Hook is a character in the 1911 novel Peter Pan
Captain Kidd Gottlieb 1960 5 rubbers surround a pop bumper forming the ship's helm (steering wheel)
Captain Nemo Quetzal Pinball 2012 Open source code, 10" LCD screen on playfield
Captain Nemo Quetzal Pinball 2012 Spanish version flyer
Car Hop Gottlieb 1991 Player can choose between 'modern' or 'nostalgia' modes
Car Hop Gottlieb 1991 Dutch version flyer
Car Toon Racin' Skee Ball 1996 Redemption pinball with car racing theme
Caravan Playmatic 1968 Playfield layout is nearly identical to Williams 1968 'Daffie'
Caravan Williams 1952 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 trap holes
Caravelle Williams 1961 Styling of the 60's with aluminum trim and tapered steel legs
Card Trix Gottlieb 1970 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Flip A Card'
Card Whiz Gottlieb 1976 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1976 'Royal Flush'
Carnival Bally 1957 4 "push-up" flippers; the flipper shaft moves forward instead of rotating
Carnival Bally 1948 According to preliminary backglass art, the original name was "Mardi Gras"
Carnival Midway 1963 Pitch-n-bat, Playfield has rebound kickers to propel the ball around
Carnival Playmatic 1977 The 4 player version of this game is Playmatic's 1977 'Rio'
Carnival Sega/Japan 1971 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Carolina United 1949 The 2 flippers are located above the #9 and #10 bumpers
Carrusel Maresa 1967 Same playfield layout as Gottlieb's 1966 'Cross Town'
Casanova Williams 1966 Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (1725-1798) - Romancer of women
Casbah Segasa 1972 1 player version of Williams 2 player 'Darling' & 4 player 'Jubilee'
Casino Chicago Coin 1972 Ball-in-play counter on playfield apron
Casino Williams 1958 Rollovers & kick-out holes light playing cards on backglass, Gobble hole
Casino Royale Segasa 1976 6 digit score unit, Roulette Wheel feature awards bonus
Catacomb Stern Electronics 1981 Backbox animation (backbox bonus game), Multi-ball
Catacomb Stern Electronics 1981 German version flyer
Cavalier Recel 1979 4 player version of Recel's 1979 'Swash Buckler'
Caveman Gottlieb 1982 A video game screen is mounted at top center of the playfield
Caveman Gottlieb 1982 On Target Bulletin
Celts Haggis 2021 Australian, Pre-production 2 sided flyer
Celts Haggis 2021 1 sided flyer, Advertised as a limited run of 200 games
Centaur Bally 1981 Designer Jim Patla's inspiration was Bally's 1956 'Balls A Poppin'
Centaur 2 Bally 1983 German version, Centaur 2 is the follow-up to Bally's 1981 'Centaur'
Centigrade 37 Gottlieb 1977 Backbox animation (thermometer advances when playfield targets are hit)
Central Park Gottlieb 1966 Backbox animation (monkey rings bell every 100 points)
Cerberus Playmatic 1982 4 player, Right dual inlanes. Multiball
Cha Cha Cha Sega/Japan 1978 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Challenger Gottlieb 1971 Head to head pinball, 1 Canadian buyer special ordered 100 games
Chamonix Maresa 0 Chamonix is a ski resort area near the junction of France, Switzerland and Italy
Champ Bally 1974 Backglass features people playing pinball
Champion Chicago Coin 1949 Flippers are probably more like player-controlled kicking rubbers
Champion Nordamatic 1975 Copied the artwork of Gottlieb's 'Top Score' and '300'
Champion Baseball Genco 1955 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox light animation (players run bases), Match feature
The Champion Pub Bally 1998 Bar room brawling against a boxer on the playfield
The Champion Pub Bally 1998 German version flyer
Chance Playmatic 1974 1 player, Mechanical backbox animation (arrow moves clockwise)
Chance Playmatic 1978 4 player, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Charlies Angels Gottlieb 1978 Features Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, and Cheryl Ladd from the TV show
Check Mate Recel 1975 4 player version of Recel's 1974 'Jake Mate'
Checkpoint Data East 1991 First game to use a dot matrix display (DMD)
Cheetah Stern Electronics 1980 The first pinball game ever to have the innovative "Add-a-Balls" feature
Cherokee Interflip 1978 Interflip is the name used for export games
Cherokis Recreativos Franco 1976 1 player version of Recreativos Franco's 1976 'Cherokee'
Cherry Bell Sonic 1978 Flyer states this game has a polyurethene playfield
Chicago Cubs Triple Play Gottlieb 1985 Backglass flyer, Advertising backglass for $99.95
Chicago Cubs Triple Play Gottlieb 1985 Introduced the 'alphanumerics' display to spell out words and messages
Chinatown Gottlieb 1952 Roy Parker playfield and backglass, 9 trap holes
Cinema Chicago Coin 1976 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1976 'Hollywood'
Circa 1933 Fascination 1979 Cocktail table, Similar playfield as 'Entertainer' and Allied's 'Take Five'
Circe's Animal House Heighway Pinball 2012 Rare version shows girl with 2 right feet :)
Circus Bally 1973 German version flyer
Circus Bally 1957 Same playfield design as Bally's 1956 'Balls A Poppin'
Circus Bally 1973 4 player version of Bally's 1974 'Big Show'
Circus Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, Playfield is 3" wider than other System 80 widebodies
Circus Zaccaria 1977 Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Circus Cedes S.A. 0 Copy of the 2 player Gottlieb's 1962 'Fashion Show'. This may be a conversion
Circus Circus Century 1978 Cocktail table, 'Action Ring' encloses the pop bumper within a ring of bumpers
Circus Wagon Williams 1955 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Kick-out hole, Gobble hole
Cirqus Voltaire Bally 1997 German version flyer
Cirqus Voltaire Bally 1997 Alternate version
Cirqus Voltaire Bally 1997 Score display mounted on the playfield
Class Of 1812 Gottlieb 1991 Beating heart and chattering teeth, Molded 3-D backglass
Class Of 1812 Gottlieb 1991 German version flyer
Classy Bowler Gottlieb 1956 2 gobble holes, Win up to 5 credits, Artwork by Roy Parker
Cleopatra Gottlieb 1977 4 player E.M version of Gottlieb's 1978 'Pyramid'
Cleopatra Gottlieb 1977 Produced in both solid state and electromechanical versions
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind Gottlieb 1978 2 flippers, 5 drop targets, Roto-target
Clown Zaccaria 1985 English text, A hanging target moves back & forth on the playfield
Clown Zaccaria 1985 Italian version, A hanging target moves back and forth on the playfield
Clown Inder 1988 Illuminated ramps, Hard coated playfield
Club House Williams 1958 Backglass has both bulb scoring and reel scoring
Cobra Nuova Bell Games 1987 Inspired by the movie 'Cobra' with Sylvester Stallone
Cobra Nuova Bell Games 1987 German version flyer
Collector's Cabinet Midway 1999 Custom mini-cabinet with parts from different games
College Daze Gottlieb 1949 Roy Parker changed the name from 'College Days' to 'College Daze'
College Queens Gottlieb 1969 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Airport'
Colorama Keeney 1963 This was the last pinball game produced by Keeney
Colors Williams 1954 2 midget playfields, 3 thumper bumpers, 2 cyclonic rubber shooters
Combat Zaccaria 1977 Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Come Back Nondum 1988 The Internet Pinball Database states manufacturer as Nondum not C.I.F.A
Come Back Nondum 1988 Spanish version flyer
Comet Williams 1985 First solid state game to feature a one million point shot
Comics Rally 1968 Similar playfield as Rally's 1967 'Playboy'
Coney Island Game Plan 1979 Unique sound oriented to Coney Island game play, Memory recall
Congo Williams 1995 Produced as a complete game and a conversion kit for WPC games
Congo Williams 1995 German version flyer
Conquest 200 Playmatic 1976 1 player version of Playmatic's 1976 'New World'
Contact Williams 1978 Williams first widebody pinball with dual action flippers
Contest Gottlieb 1958 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1958 'Rocket Ship' and Gottlieb's 1959 'Atlas'
Continental Cafe Gottlieb 1957 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 3 gobble holes, 2 bullseye targets
Control Tower Williams 1951 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Coquette Williams 1962 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, Swinging target
Coronation Gottlieb 1952 Made 6 months before the crowning of queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953
Corral Gottlieb 1961 Backglass has a "Score To Beat" window showing a suggested high score
Corvette Bally 1994 Matchbox car racetrack, Engine-shaped ball shaker
Cosmic Carnival Suncoast Pinball 2019 Only a small amount of machines were ever produced
Cosmic Carnival Suncoast Pinball 2019 Single sided flyer
Cosmic Flash NSM/Lowen 1985 German, "Pin-kit" system, Licensed from Bell Games
Cosmic Gunfight Williams 1982 Originally named 'Dragon Fly', "Cosmic multi-ball"
Cosmic Princess Stern Electronics 1979 Released by Leisure & Allied Industries (Australia), Optional photomat unit
Cosmos Bally 1968 Mechanical backbox animation, Zipper flippers
Count Down Gottlieb 1979 4 player solid state version of Gottlieb's 1979 E.M 'Space Walk'
Counterforce Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, System 80, 4 flippers, 7 bank drop targets
Cover Girl Gottlieb 1962 The backglass shows twelve girls
Cow Poke Gottlieb 1965 Add-a-ball version of 'Buckaroo', Played by Elton John in the film 'Tommy'
Cowboy Chicago Coin 1970 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1970 'Big Flipper', Jumbo 5" flippers
Crazy Ball Chicago Coin 1948 Operator option for Regular (Novelty play) or Free Play (Replay) operation
Crazy Clock Sega/Japan 1972 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Crazy Race Recel 1978 Used the Rockwell PPS4 chipset like early Gottlieb machines
Creature From The Black Lagoon Bally 1992 Hologram of creature under playfield in simulated lagoon
Crescendo Gottlieb 1970 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Groovy', Italian version is 'Psychedelic'
Criss Cross Gottlieb 1958 The roto-targets on this game use colors, not numbers or other symbols
Criterium 2000 Recel 1975 The same company made an export version as Recel's 1975 'Criterium 2000'
Criterium 4 Recel 1975 Ball trap post, Noise free D.C bumpers & flippers
Criterium 75 Recel 1975 Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Criterium 75 Recel 1975 German version flyer, Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Criterium 80 Recel 1975 The same company made a domestic version as Petaco's 1975 'Criterium 80'
The Crocodile Hunter Bally 2005 Under license from Bally to The Pinball Factory of Australia, Never produced
Cross Country Bally 1963 Reaching the end of the route awards a free game
Cross Town Gottlieb 1966 Backbox animation (subway doors open), Replay version of 'Subway'
Crossroads Gottlieb 1952 Landing all five balls into the five trap holes awards 3 replays
Crossword Williams 1959 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 passive bumpers, 9 gobble holes
Crystal Ball T.D. Llobregat 1970 Playfield has been plasticized by Jolux of Paris
CSI Stern Pinball 2008 Based on the popular television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Cue Ball Williams 1956 4 pop bumpers (1 between the flippers)
Cue Ball Wizard Gottlieb 1992 Featuring Gottlieb's tournament mode, Full-sized captive cue ball
Cue Ball Wizard Gottlieb 1992 German version flyer, Distributed by Tuning
Cue T Williams 1968 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1969 'Miss O'
Cue Tease Bally 1963 New snap-lock flippers
Cue Tee Williams 1954 Similar to Williams 1954 'Star Pool'
Cybernaut Bally 1985 German version flyer
Cybernaut Bally 1985 Also produced in Germany as Bally Wulff's 1986 'Cybernaut'
Cyclone Gottlieb 1951 The kickback lanes are called "side recovery lanes" in the flyer
Cyclone Williams 1988 Backbox animation (spinning mystery wheel), Ferris wheel
Cyclone Williams 1988 German version flyer
Disco Fever/Close Encounters Williams-Gottlieb 1978 Multi game flyer from French distributor Sovoda