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Flyer Manufacturer Year Comments
Bloody China/Wild Schütz Geiger 1980 3 Games-Bloody China/Wild Schütz/Stellar Airship, German conversion kits
Le Grand 8/Sahara Love Christian Tabart 1985 Conversion kits for Gottlieb's 1980 'Panthera' & 1978 'Sinbad'
Safari Bally 1968 The flyer slogan referred to Esso's (now Exxon) 'Put a Tiger in your Tank'
Safecracker Bally 1996 Timed play, Smaller size playfield and cabinet, The 1st "Token-Pin"
Safecracker Bally 1996 German version flyer
Saloon Rally 1965 Has a combined ball lift and plunger unit
Samba Alben 1961 Similar to Williams 1959 'Fiesta'
San Francisco Williams 1964 Backbox animation (moving arrow), Last E.M with a gobble hole
Sapporo Sega/Japan 1971 Commemorates the 1972 Winter Olympics held in Sapporo, Japan
Satellite C.E.A 1978 Based on Gottlieb's 1977 'Jet Spin' and Gottlieb's 1977 'Super Spin'
Satellite Williams 1958 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, 1 kick-out hole
Satin Doll Sega/Japan 1975 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Satin Doll Williams 1975 2 player version of Williams 1975 'Pat Hand' with 4 flippers instead of 3
Saturn Nordamatic 1977 The award for extra balls is announced by the sound of a trumpet
Saturn 2 Bell Games 1985 Conversion kit, Similar playfield as Bally's 1984 'Spy Hunter'
Scared Stiff Bally 1996 German version 4 page flyer
Scared Stiff Bally 1996 Pressing flippers stops spinning spider in backglass on various awards
Scared Stiff Bally 1996 German version 1 page flyer
Schuss Rally 1968 In alpine skiing 'Schuss' or 'Schussboom' is a fast straight downhill run
Scooby Doo Spooky Pinball 2022 There are three versions – Standard, Blood Sucker and Collector’s Edition
Score Board Gottlieb 1956 5 pop bumpers (including the one below the flippers), 2 gobble holes
Scorpion Williams 1980 Widebody, Features 2 ball multi-ball and a timed bonus
Scramble Tecnoplay 1987 Cabinet has a smooth clear coat unlike American-made cabinets
Scramble Tecnoplay 1987 Uses Zaccaria CPU, power supply, driver boards, and 8-digit displays
Screamo Williams 1954 The amusement park shown on the backglass likely is Chicago's Riverside Park
Screech Inder 1976 Produced in both 1 player and 4 player solid state models
Scuba Gottlieb 1970 The score achieved by each player is held in memory from ball to ball for that player
Sea Belles Gottlieb 1956 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Sea Hunt Allied Leisure 1972 Shakerball machine, Player uses joystick to "nudge" ball on playfield
Sea Jockeys Williams 1951 Backbox animation (speed boats race), 8 pop bumpers
Sea Ray Bally 1971 2 player version of Bally's 1971 'Mariner'
Sea Scare Recel 1978 The same company made a domestic version as Petaco's 'Sea Scare'
Sea Shore Gottlieb 1964 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 roto-targets
Sea Side Gottlieb 1967 Italian add-a-ball similar to Gottlieb's 1967 'Surf Side'
Sea Wolf Williams 1959 Backbox animation (moving submarine), Disappearing pop bumper
Seawitch Stern Electronics 1980 Also made in Australia by Leisure & Allied Industries under license by Stern
Secret Service Data East 1988 Plays Mission Impossible theme, Get Smart and a couple of others
Secret Service Data East 1988 German version flyer
See Saw Bally 1970 A special version was produced for Germany
See Saw Bally 1970 German version flyer
Select A Card Gottlieb 1950 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1950 'Just 21'
Serenade Playmatic 1969 5 "kick" targets, The targets kick in when hit and kick back halfway
Serenade Williams 1960 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 kick-out hole, 2 gobble holes
Set Up Williams 1969 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1969 'Seven Up'
Seven Seas Gottlieb 1959 Pop bumpers lite via side rollovers and turn off when ball drains between flippers
Seven Up Williams 1969 Replay version of Williams 1969 'Set Up'
Seven Winner Inder 1973 The plastic playfield has its art directly applied to its lower side
Sexy Girl Arkon 1980 German pinball conversion for Bally's 'Playboy', B&W flyer
Sexy Girl Arkon 1980 German pinball conversion for Bally's 'Playboy', Color flyer
The Shadow Bally 1994 Mini-Battlefield, Magnetic ball lock, Player controlled ramp diverters
The Shadow Bally 1994 German version flyer
Shamrock Inder 1977 Produced in both E.M & S.S versions & in a 4 player E.M version
Shamrock Williams 1956 Each player has the opportunity to get an "extra ball" on the last shot
Shanghai Chicago Coin 1948 Postcard, 2 flippers, 12 passive bumpers, 3 kick-out holes
Shangri La Williams 1967 Reportedly, the last production machines had plastic flipper bats instead of metal
Shangri La Williams 1967 German version flyer
Shantytown Exhibit 1949 The vertical "teaser flipper" in upper playfield flips in both directions
Shaq Attaq Gottlieb 1995 Use the ramp to launch pinballs into the moving playfield basket
Shark Hankin 1980 Australian, Widebody, 4 flippers, 8 drop targets, Horse shoe lane
Shark Taito do Brasil 1982 Similar to Stern's 'Flight 2000'
Sharkey's Shootout Stern Pinball 2000 Betson/Imperial version flyer with pink background
Sharkey's Shootout Stern Pinball 2000 Playfield adapted from Bally's 1981 'Eight Ball Deluxe'
Sharkey’s Shootout Stern Pinball 2000 Betson/Imperial version flyer showing backglass
Sharpshooter Game Plan 1979 The image of the cowboy on the backglass is designer Roger Sharpe
Sharpshooter Game Plan 1979 Single page "teaser" flyer
Sharpshooter Gottlieb 1949 2 flippers, 9 bumpers, 6 percussion bumpers in a bulls-eye circle
Sharpshooter 2 Game Plan 1983 Basically the same game as Sharpshooter except for the artwork
Sheba Bally 1965 Playfield layout similar to Bally's 1966 'Campus Queen' and 1969 'Gator'
Sheriff Gottlieb 1971 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Lawman'
Sheriff Gottlieb 1971 German version flyer
Shindig Gottlieb 1953 2 reverse flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 passive bumpers, 8 trap holes
Ship Ahoy Gottlieb 1976 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Buccaneer'. Italian version is 'High Seas'
Ship Mates Gottlieb 1964 Hitting all three roto-targets (1, 2 & 3) awards same-player-shoots-again
Shoo Shoo Williams 1951 Encyclopedia of Pinball claimed Harry Williams named this after his dog
Shoot The Moon Williams 1951 Backglass light animation (rocket advances to moon)
Shooting The Rapids Zaccaria 1978 The upper backglass inexplicably shows what looks like a frosty mug of beer
Short Stop Williams 1958 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Show Boat Gottlieb 1961 2 left and 2 right flippers operate in pairs, 6 pop bumpers
Showboat Genco 1957 Postcard, New metal legs
Showtime Chicago Coin 1974 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1974 'Dolphin'
Shrek Stern Pinball 2008 Same game design as Stern's 2006 'Family Guy' with new artwork
Silver Gottlieb 1957 2 gobble holes, roto-target, hold-over replay feature (spell S-I-L-V-E-R)
Silver Skates Williams 1953 The automatic flippers activate when balls land in the pockets in front of them
Silver Slugger Gottlieb 1990 First of the "Street Level" games (simpler & cheaper games)
Silver Star Faer 1966 Similar playfield layout as Bally's 1963 'Hootenanny'
Silverball Mania Bally 1980 Middle kickback save between flippers, Horseshoe lane
The Simpsons Pinball Party Stern Pinball 2003 Custom speech by Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright and Hank Azaria
The Simpsons Pinball Party Stern Pinball 2003 German version flyer
The Simpsons Data East 1990 Their next game, Data East's 1991 'Checkpoint', introduced the DMD display
The Simpsons Data East 1990 German version flyer
Sinbad Gottlieb 1978 Direct tie-in to the 1977 Hollywood movie "Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger"
Sing Along Gottlieb 1967 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Melody'
Sittin Pretty Gottlieb 1958 Backglass light animation (clowns fall into carnival dunk tanks)
The Six Million Dollar Man Bally 1978 Uncommon 6 player game, Up-post between flippers
Six Sticks Bally 1966 The first six player pinball machine
Skateball Bally 1980 Faulty design that allowed players to score excessive points
Skating Maresa 1969 Playfield has the same layout as Gottlieb's 1968 'Four Seasons'
Ski Club Williams 1965 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1965 'Alpine Club'
Ski Jump Zaccaria 1978 1 player E.M version of Zaccaria's 1978 'Winter Sports'
Skill Ball Williams 1961 Williams first add-a-ball game
Skill Flight Nuova Bell Games 1986 Available as a kit, Working mini helicopter on playfield
Skill Flight Nuova Bell Games 1986 German version flyer
Skill Parade Bally 1958 Unique upright pinball playfield design, Also a pay-out machine
Skill Pool Gottlieb 1952 The 15 lit balls in playfield center go out individually when scored
Skill Pool Williams 1963 Completed racks tracked by backglass light animation
Skill Score Bally 1960 Unusual upright pinball, No flippers, 250 made
Skipper Gottlieb 1969 Gottlieb's first game using the three-chime assembly
Sky Dive Gottlieb 1974 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Free Fall', N.A.T version
Sky Dive Gottlieb 1974 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Free Fall'
Sky Divers Bally 1964 Backglass animation (parachutists descend)
Sky Fly Europlay 1978 Copy of Gottlieb's 'Jet Spin' with drop targets instead of a roto-target
Sky Jump Gottlieb 1974 Replay version of 'Free Fall', Italian version is 'Sky Dive'
Sky Kings Bally 1974 Same playfield design as Bally's 1974 'Champ'
Sky Line Gottlieb 1965 2 backglass animations (elevator doors open, elevator counts floors)
Sky Lover Sega/Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Sky Rider Chicago Coin 1974 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1974 'Hi-Flyer'
Sky Warrior I.D.I 1978 Conversion kit, Same playfield design as Gottlieb's 1975 'Fast Draw'
Skylab Sega/Japan 1974 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Skylab Williams 1974 Replay version of Williams 1974 'Spacelab'
Skyrocket Bally 1971 Up-post, Right outlane return gate, Upper left gate guards stand-up target
Skyway Williams 1954 Elevated wireform track, Only 1 flipper, Gobble hole
Slalom Playmatic 1967 1 player wedgehead, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 6 standup targets
Slalom Code 0.3 Unidesa/Cirsa/Stargame 1988 Ski theme, Spanish 4 player solid state
Slick Chick Gottlieb 1963 9 bumpers spell "slickchick", Based on the popularity of Playboy Clubs
Slugfest Williams 1991 Pitch-n-bat, Selective pitching, Motorized ramp, Baseball card dispenser
Slugfest Williams 1952 Backbox animation (players run bases)
Slugger Midway 1963 Pitch-n-bat, Knock down baseball targets on playfield
Sluggin Champ Gottlieb 1955 Also made in a Deluxe model with a different cabinet and a wider backglass
Sluggin Champ Deluxe Gottlieb 1955 Shown in the rare 'deluxe' cabinet
Smart Set Williams 1969 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Center Up-post, Right outlane ball return gate
Smarty Williams 1968 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1968 'Ding Dong'
Smoke Signal Williams 1955 A replay is awarded if all 5 balls drain via the gobble hole
Snafu Williams 1955 2 flippers, 2 cyclonic kickers, 2 thumper bumpers
Snow Derby Gottlieb 1970 2 player version of 'Snow Queen', End-of-ball bonus system
Snow Queen Gottlieb 1970 4 player version of 'Snow Derby', End-of-ball bonus system
Soccer Gottlieb 1975 2 player version of 'Super Soccer', Backbox animation (soccer balls added)
Soccer Williams 1964 Backbox animation (player kicks soccer ball)
Soccer Champ Valco 0 Playfield is the same as Bell Games World Cup / World Championship
Soccer Kings Zaccaria 1982 2 level playfield, 5 flippers (4 on main - 1 on upper)
Soccer Kings Zaccaria 1982 Italian version, 2 level playfield, 5 flippers (4 on main - 1 on upper)
Soccer Kings/Pinball Champ Zaccaria 1983 Combo flyer (one game on each side)
Solar City Gottlieb 1977 Similar replay versions are 'El Dorado', 'Target Alpha' and 'Canada Dry'
Solar Fire Williams 1981 Compare the playfield to the single-level playfield of Williams' 1986 'Grand Lizard'
Solar Fire Williams 1981 Orange version flyer
Solar Ride Gottlieb 1979 3 flippers (left side in-line flippers), 3 pop bumpers
Solar Wars Sonic 1986 4 player solid state
Solids N Stripes Sega/Japan 1971 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Solids N Stripes Williams 1971 The first game to use the "split bank" method using relay banks
Solitaire Gottlieb 1967 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Diamond Jack'
The Sopranos Stern Pinball 2005 Features the real voices of many characters on the show
Sorcerer Williams 1985 The Demon bonus lamp lights upon completion of spelling 'Sorcerer'
Sound Stage Chicago Coin 1976 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1976 'Juke Box'
South Pacific Genco 1950 Similar playfield as Genco's 1950 'Mercury' and Genco's 1950 'Rocket'
South Park Sega 1999 Sega's last pinball game; production would be continued by Stern Pinball
South Park Sega 1999 Prototype version flyer
South Park Sega 1999 German version flyer
South Park Sega 1999 Number 1 in Replay Magazine version flyer
Southern Belle Gottlieb 1955 2 gobble holes, "balls played" ball arch lights
Southpaw Sega/Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Space Gambler Playmatic 1978 Probably the first solid state game by Playmatic
Space Hawks Nuova Bell Games 1986 Has the same game play as Bally's 1985 'Cybernaut'
Space Invaders Bally 1980 8 page comic book flyer
Space Invaders Bally 1980 German, 8 page comic book flyer
Space Invaders Bally 1980 Associated Leisure single page flyer
Space Jam Sega 1996 Mini basketball hoop with magnetic backboard
Space Jam Sega 1996 German version flyer
Space Mission Williams 1976 4 player version of Williams 1976 'Space Odyssey'
Space Odyssey Sega/Japan 1976 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Space Odyssey Williams 1976 2 player version of Williams 1976 'Space Mission'
Space Panther M.A.C 1988 System 4 conversion kit pinball machine
Space Race Recel 1977 Uses simple electronic sounds, for 100 points, 1,000 points, and 10,000 points
Space Rider/Fly High Geiger 1980 Conversion kits for Bally's Harlem Globetrotters & Supersonic
Space Riders Atari 1978 Widebody, 3 messenger balls - each protected by a drop target
Space Ship Unidesa/Cirsa/Stargame 1986 3 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, ball return gate, inline drop targets
Space Ship Williams 1961 The last game from Williams to use lightup backglass scoring
Space Shuttle Sega/Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Space Shuttle Williams 1984 Multi-ball (2 or 3 ball), Right outlane return gate, Lane change, Up-post
Space Shuttle Williams 1984 Earnings report flyer
Space Shuttle Zaccaria 1980 Associated Leisure version flyer
Space Shuttle Zaccaria 1980 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 3 (3) bank drop targets, No multi-ball
Space Shuttle Mecatronics 1985 Mecatronics, a.k.a. Taito (Brazil), a division of Taito Japan
Space Shuttle Unidesa/Cirsa/Stargame 1986 Same game as Williams 'Space Shuttle'
Space Station Williams 1987 The translite art shows three space shuttles
Space Station Williams 1987 U.K version flyer
Space Team Tecnoplay 1988 Tecnoplay rose from the bankrupt Zaccaria pinball company
Space Time Bally 1972 4 player version of Bally's 1973 'Time Zone'
Space Train M.A.C 1988 Conversion kit pinball, 2 level playfield, Multi-ball
Space Walk Gottlieb 1979 8 X 10 press photo, Last electromechanical game manufactured by Gottlieb
Spain 82 Playmatic 1982 The kicking post between the flippers, is similar to Bally's 'Fireball II' and 'Medusa'
Spanish Eyes Sega/Japan 1972 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Spanish Eyes Williams 1972 Replay version of 'Granada' with a different playfield layout
Spark Plugs Williams 1951 Backbox animation (horses race)
Speak Easy Bally 1982 2 player version of Bally's 1982 'Speakeasy 4'
Speak Easy Playmatic 1977 4 player version of Playmatic's 1977 'The 30's'
Special Force Bally 1986 Ball in helicopter funnel simulates sound of rotating helicopter blades
Special Force Bally 1986 German version flyer, "the flipper for Rambo fans"
Special Force Bally 1986 U.K version flyer
Special Force Girls Bally 1986 Same as Bally Midway's 1986 'Special Force' but with a different backglass
Spectra 4 Valley 1978 Cocktail table, Playfield is manually rotated under a stationary glass top
Spectra 4 Valley 1978 Cocktail table, Midway's 1978 'Rotation VIII' also had a rotating playfield
Spectrum Bally 1982 Only 994 games produced, Based on the board game 'Mastermind'
Speed Rush Playmec 1975 The last two (or three) digits of the score likely were dummy zeroes
Spider Man Stern Pinball 2007 The center Sandman 3 bank motor similar to Attack From Mars
Spider Man Black Edition Stern Pinball 2007 Limited production of 500 units made
Spider Man Vault Edition Stern Pinball 2016 Remake with new artwork
Spin A Card Gottlieb 1969 Poster, Replay version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Hearts and Spades'
Spin A Card Petaco 1969 Copy of Gottlieb's 1969 'Spin A Card'
Spin Out Gottlieb 1975 Hitting the numbered roto-targets lights the numbered inserts on the playfield
Spin Wheel Gottlieb 1968 First Gottlieb 4 player with new pop bumper design, illuminated coin entry
Spinal Tap Homepin 2022 Based on the 1984 rockumentary "This Is Spinal Tap"
Spinball Chicago Coin 1948 Operator option for Regular (Novelty play) or Free Play (Replay) operation
Spirit Gottlieb 1982 Third and last multi-level widebody playfield in the System 80 series
Spirit Of 76 Gottlieb 1975 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1976 'Pioneer'
The Spirit Of 76 Mirco 1975 Possibly the first digital pinball machine put into production
Spitfire Williams 1954 The replay counter is three digits to accommodate the Star Feature
Split Second Stern Electronics 1981 Widebody, Split-level playfield, 3 ball multi-ball, Loop tunnel timer
Spooksville Allied Leisure 1973 Shakerball machine, Player uses joystick to "nudge" ball on playfield
Spooky Zaccaria 1987 Italian version, Backbox animation (an owl opens and closes its eyes)
Spooky Zaccaria 1987 German version flyer
Sport 2000 Unidesa/Cirsa/Stargame 1988 The last of the CIRSA pinballs was Sport 2000
Sportsman Williams 1952 Pull trigger to aim turret shooter at ducks or to use flippers
Spot A Card Gottlieb 1960 Backbox light animation, Score-To-Beat
Spot Bowler Gottlieb 1950 First game to keep the flippers facing each other while narrowing the flipper gap
Spot Pool Gottlieb 1976 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1976 'Bank Shot'
Spot Pool Williams 1959 Billiard balls on playfield correspond with balls in the backglass
Spring Break Gottlieb 1987 Ball is launched into play by pressing right flipper button
Spring Break Gottlieb 1987 German version flyer
Spy Hunter Bally 1984 Bally used the same name for a video game released in 1983
Spy Hunter Bally 1984 German version flyer and letter
Square Head Gottlieb 1963 Add-a-ball, Tic-tac-toe board on playfield lights for X and O scoring
St. Louis Williams 1949 Backglass looks like Judy Garland in "Meet me in St. Louis"
Stage Coach Chicago Coin 1968 4 player E.M, Flyer refers to "Up-post" as "New ball-saver"
Stage Coach Gottlieb 1954 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 5 gobble holes, "balls played" ball arch lights
Stampede Chicago Coin 1977 2 player version of 'Rawhide.' Also produced by Stern pinball
Stampede Stern Electronics 1977 2 player version of Stern's 1977 'Rawhide'
Star Action Williams 1974 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1974 'Triple Action'
Star Battle Century 1978 Cocktail table, Single sided flyer, See also Coffee Mat's 'Star Battle'
Star Battle Coffee Mat 1978 Cocktail table, See also Century's 1978 'Star Battle'
Star Battle Century 1978 Cocktail table, Fold-out flyer, See also Coffee Mat's 'Star Battle'
Star Explorer Rapid 1977 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Star Explorer Sentinel 1977 Home model, Also shown are Flying Aces, Demo Derby, CB Charlie
Star Fire Williams 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 gobble hole
Star Fire/Rock 2500 Playmatic 1985 Two games on one flyer
Star God Zaccaria 1980 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 4 (regular) and 8 (memory) bank drop targets
Star Jet Bally 1963 Flyer refers to 'multi-ball' as 'sensational new Blast-Off extra balls feature'
Star Light Williams 1984 Compare this playfield layout with the wide-body Williams' 1979 'Laser Ball'
Star Pool Williams 1954 Same game as 'Cue Tee' but with 2nd coin "star" feature
Star Pool Williams 1974 Similar playfield as Williams 'Star Action' and 'Triple Action'
Star Race Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, 'Circus' and 'Star Race' are 3" wider than other widebodies
Star Series Williams 1949 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Star Series 80 Gottlieb 1980 Gottlieb teamed up with Rockwell for this new electronics system
Star Shooter Allied Leisure 1979 Cocktail table, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 8 drop targets
Star Slugger United 1955 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation, 3 decks of bleachers for additional scoring
Star Trek Bally 1979 British version flyer with a Fran Drescher look-a-like?
Star Trek Bally 1979 Artwork based on the T.V show (Paramount requested it match the movie)
Star Trek Bally 1979 German version flyer
Star Trek Data East 1991 Patented "Transporter Effect" backglass animation
Star Trek Data East 1991 German version flyer
Star Trek Gottlieb 1971 Italian add-a-ball version of 'Astro', No connection to T.V show
Star Trek Launch Party Stern Pinball 2013 Launch Party VIP Pass October 18th
Star Trek Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Limited edition flyer
Star Trek Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Premium version flyer
Star Trek Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Pro version flyer
Star Trek The Next Generation Williams 1993 Widebody, Catapult autoplunger, 2 ball-firing cannons, "SuperPin"
Star Trek The Next Generation Williams 1993 Dutch version flyer
Star Trek Vault Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Vault edition Flyer
Star Trip Game Plan 1979 Cocktail table, Same playfield as 'Family Fun' with different artwork
Star Wars Data East 1992 An "Up/Down shifter" on front of cabinet is used instead of a plunger knob
Star Wars Data East 1992 German version flyer
Star Wars Comic Art Premium Stern Pinball 2019 Comic art premium model
Star Wars Comic Art Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Comic art pro model
Star Wars Comic Art Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Chinese version flyer
Star Wars Episode 1 Williams 1999 German version flyer
Star Wars Episode 1 Williams 1999 Last game manufactured by Williams before closing 10-25-1999
Star Wars Episode 1 Williams 1999 Multiple product line flyer
Star Wars Episode 1 Williams 1999 Postcard with Darth Maul
Star Wars Episode 1 Williams 1998 Postcard with Yoda
Star Wars Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Star Wars Pin Stern Pinball 2019 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Star Wars Pin Stern Pinball 2019 In with the new, out with the old
Star Wars Pin Rulesheet Stern Pinball 2019 Rulesheet flyer
Star Wars Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Premium version flyer
Star Wars Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Pro version flyer
Star Wars Trilogy Sega 1997 X-wing shoots ball at tie fighter to start 3 ball multi-ball
Star Wars Trilogy Sega 1997 German version flyer
Stardust Williams 1971 2 right ball return gates, 1 left drop lane detour gate, Center Up-post
Stargate Gottlieb 1995 4 ball multi-ball, 3 Wizard modes (Eye Of Ra, Stargate & Sandstorm)
Stargazer Stern Electronics 1980 12 stand-up targets; one for each Zodiac sign
Starlite Williams 1953 Lighting 3-in-line or 4-in-line on backglass scores replays
Stars Sega/Japan 1978 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Stars Stern Electronics 1978 'Stars' has a switch setting to convert the game to 2-player operation
Starship Troopers Sega 1997 Four 8-segment LED counters in playfield; "Brain Bug" pop-up in playfield
Startime Keeney 1961 This is a gambling machine disguised as a pinball
Steeple Chase United 1952 Mechanical backbox animation (6 galloping horses race), No flippers
Steeple Chase Williams 1957 Hitting Horses Head rollovers will light the horses head on backglass
Stellar Wars Sega/Japan 1979 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Stellar Wars Williams 1979 Used Williams system 4 electronics, but some newer versions used system 6
Stern 30 Year Anniversary Stern Pinball 2016 Thirty year anniversary flyer
Stern Multi-Game Flyer Stern Pinball 2014 AC/DC Luci, Mustang, Avengers, Star Trek & Metallica
Stern Factory Tour Stern Pinball 2017 Stern pinball factory tour map
Stern Pinball's Resurgence Stern Pinball 2017 Pinball's resurgence at street locations, barcades and FEC's
Stingray Stern Electronics 1977 Roger Sharpe told the IPDB that he and Sam Stern designed this game
Stock Car Gottlieb 1970 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Road Race'
Stop N Go Williams 1964 Turret shooter between flippers propels ball towards the swinging target
Straight Flush Gottlieb 1957 Backglass light animation (playing cards light up)
Straight Flush Williams 1970 Replay version of Williams 1970 '3 Jokers'
Straight Shooter Gottlieb 1959 4 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, No gobble holes
Strange Science Bally 1986 8 page comic book flyer
Strange Science Bally 1986 German version flyer, Comic book flyer
Strange World Gottlieb 1978 Has the desirable over the top 100,000 scoring
Stranger Things Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2020 Limited edition flyer
Stranger Things Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2020 Premium version flyer
Stranger Things Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2020 Pro version flyer
Stranger Things Pro Edition Stern Pinball 2020 Chinese version flyer
Stranger Things U.V Kit Stern Pinball 2019 Enhances the UV ink that is printed on the playfield
Strato Flite Williams 1974 4 player version of Williams 1974 'Super Flite'
Street Fighter 2 Gottlieb 1993 Another 360-degree rotating flipper was used on Stern's 1979 'Hot Hand'
Street Fighter 2 Gottlieb 1993 Biathlon tournament flyer
Street Fighter 2 Gottlieb 1993 German version flyer
Strike Zaccaria 1978 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Strike Zone Sega/Japan 1970 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Strike Zone Williams 1970 10 rollover buttons in the upper playfield are arranged like a set of bowling pins
Striker Gottlieb 1982 John Trudeau said that almost all of the 'Striker' games went to Europe
Striker Xtreme Stern Pinball 2000 First game produced after Stern took over Sega
Striker Xtreme Stern Pinball 2000 German version flyer
Striker Xtreme Stern Pinball 2000 Single sided flyer
Strikes And Spares Bally 1978 Artist Kevin O'Connor said the "backglass girl" was a fictitious person
Strikes N Spares Gottlieb 1995 Novelty bowler plays 10 frames, 1 or 2 balls per frame, Redemption
Struggle Buggies Williams 1953 Has four dummy zero score reel segments
Student Prince Williams 1968 The Student Prince was from a book based on a German play Old Heidelberg
Stunt Car Sega/Japan 1970 Japanese, Steer the balls into the holes with the front bumper
Subway Gottlieb 1966 Italian version of Crosstown, Last Gottlieb to have the manual ball-lift
Summertime United 1948 2 flippers, 8 bumpers, 5 kick-out holes
Summertime Williams 1973 Novelty or extended (timed) play version of 'Travel Time'
Sun Valley Chicago Coin 1962 Sun Valley Ski Resort in Idaho was built in 1936 by the Union Pacific Railroad
Sunday On Ice Rally 1961 First game with the Rally logo in 1961, Sold only in France
Sunset Gottlieb 1962 Boost-a-ball playfield feature scores special for 5 balls on lighted side
Sunshine Gottlieb 1958 Backbox animation (number wheel spins to assign new A-B-C values)
Super Bowling Inder 1974 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 horseshoe lane
Super Canasta Quetzal Pinball 2019 Canasta is Spanish for 'basket' or 'hoop'
Super Circus Gottlieb 1957 This game had playfield inserts near the flippers that lit for high Roto-target values
Super Duo Gottlieb 1967 Italian version of Gottlieb's 'Super Score' and 'Hi Score'
Super Flipper Chicago Coin 1975 Not a pinball; video game disguised as a pinball machine
Super Flite Sega/Japan 1974 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Super Flite Williams 1974 2 player version of Williams 1974 'Strato Flite'
Super Home Run Chicago Coin 1954 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox light animation (players run bases)
Super Jumbo Gottlieb 1954 Gottlieb's 1st multi-player machine & 1st with rotating scoring drums
Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World Gottlieb 1992 Novelty redemption game, Space saving mini cabinet
Super Mario Brothers Gottlieb 1992 First Gottlieb game to use a Dot Matrix Display (DMD)
Super Mario Brothers Gottlieb 1992 Dutch version flyer
Super Mario Brothers Gottlieb 1992 German version flyer
Super Missil Petaco 1982 Presented at the SADA arcade fair but did not pass the prototype phase
Super Nova Game Plan 1980 Out of sight sound, Exclusive extra ball audio, Super 5000 jet bumper
Super Orbit Gottlieb 1983 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1971 'Orbit' and 1972 'Outer Space'
Super Pinball Electro Plastic 1987 Pinball simulator similar to Tehkan's 'Pinball Action'
Super Pinball 91 Europa Coin 1991 The pin table game in a video cabinet
Super Score Gottlieb 1967 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Hi-Score'
Super Score Williams 1956 Center kicker between the outholes propels ball back into play
Super Slugger United 1955 Pitch-n-bat, Successor to United's 1955 'Star Slugger'
Super Soccer Gottlieb 1975 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Soccer'
Super Spin Gottlieb 1977 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Jet Spin'
Super Star Brunswick/Briarwood 1976 Home model (no coins), Briarwood was a division of Brunswick
Super Star Chicago Coin 1975 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Olympics'
Super Star Recreativos Franco 1986 This playfield layout was used previously on their 1975 'Impact' & 'Impacto'
Super Star Sega/Japan 1972 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Super Star Williams 1972 Replay version of Williams 1972 'Big Star'
Super Straight Sonic 1977 Skill shot into ball kicker, End-of-ball bonus, Polyurethene playfield
Super Values Chicago Coin 1974 Multi game flyer including 'Gin' and 'Sky Rider'
Super World Series Williams 1951 First pitch-n-bat game with the horizontal running man unit in backbox
Superman Atari 1979 Widebody, Steve Ritchie's last design before he went to Williams
Superman Atari 1979 German version flyer, Widebody
Supersonic Bally 1979 Based on the Concorde supersonic airliner
Supersonic Zaccaria 1977 1 player E.M with electronic sound, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Sure Shot Gottlieb 1976 Replay version of Gottleb's 1976 'Bank Shot', Italian version is 'Spot Pool'
Surf Champ Gottlieb 1976 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1976 'Surfer'
Surf N Safari Gottlieb 1991 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 kickback targets, 2 vertical up-kickers
Surf N Safari Gottlieb 1991 German version flyer
Surf Rider Williams 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 1 gobble hole, Dual outlanes
Surf Side Gottlieb 1967 Similar to Gottlieb's 1967 Italian add-a-ball 'Sea Side'
Surfer Gottlieb 1976 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1976 'Surf Champ'
Surfer Maresa 1977 Similar to Gottlieb's 1976 'Surfer'
Surfers Bally 1967 The add-a-ball only version made for export is Bally's 1967 'Surfers'
Surfing Sega/Japan 1972 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Suspense Williams 1969 4 flippers (2 regular - 2 king size), 5 pop bumpers, Captive ball spinner
Swashbuckler Recel 1979 1 player version of Recel's 1979 'Cavalier'
Swashbuckler Petaco 1979 Petaco's domestic version, Recel made export version with the same name
Sweet Add A Line Gottlieb 1955 Similar to Gottlieb's 1955 'Gypsy Queen'
Sweet Hearts Gottlieb 1963 Last Gottlieb E.M game to have a gobble hole
Sweet Sioux Gottlieb 1959 Backglass states 'Amusement Pinballs, as American as Baseball & Hot Dogs'
Sweetheart Williams 1950 One solenoid activates all 10 kick-out holes simultaneously
Swing Along Gottlieb 1963 The flyer states 'Swing Along' is the first game with spinning targets
Swing Time Williams 1963 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 kick-out hole, Reverse wedge-head
Swinger Sega/Japan 1972 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Swinger Williams 1972 2 player version of Williams 1973 'Fun Fest'
Swords Of Fury Williams 1988 4 flippers (1 mini-sized on mini-playfield), 3 ball multi-ball, Horseshoe lane