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Flyer Manufacturer Year Comments
1·2·3 T.D. Llobregat 1973 Based on a Spanish TV show called "Un, Dos, Tres" which ran from 1972 to 1994
A Go Go Williams 1966 Introduced captive ball (roulette) spinner
A.G. Football Alvin G. and Company 1992 Export version of the 1991 USA game 'A.G. Soccer-Ball'
A.G. Soccer Ball Alvin G. and Company 1991 Head to head pinball, Also released for export as A.G Football
A.G. Soccer Ball Alvin G. and Company 1991 Head to head pinball, Alternate version flyer
Abra Ca Dabra Gottlieb 1975 Also made as the add-a-ball 'Team One' and the Italian 'Kicker'
AC/DC L.E.D Pro Model Stern Pinball 2014 L.E.D pro version flyer
AC/DC Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2012 Limited and premium version flyers
AC/DC Luci Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Luci premium version flyer
AC/DC Pro Model Stern Pinball 2012 Rock n Roll pinball designed by Steve Ritchie
Ace High Gottlieb 1957 Flippers could still be activated even after all balls had been played
Aces & Kings Williams 1970 First use of the playfield spinner by a U.S. manufacturer
Aces High Bally 1965 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 5 mushroom bumpers
Action Chicago Coin 1969 2 new impact targets; impact force of ball determines score
Action Baseball Williams 1971 Pitch-n-bat, Background sound and animation
The Addams Family Bally 1992 Best selling pinball machine of all time
The Addams Family Bally 1992 Shot map
The Addams Family Bally 1992 German version flyer
Adventure Sega - Japan 1979 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Aerobatics Zaccaria 1977 Bounce-back outlanes allow the player to nudge a drained ball back into play
Aerosmith Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Aerosmith Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Color LCD
Aerosmith Pro Model Stern Pinball 2017 Pro version flyer
Af Tor Wico 1984 The first pinball machine made by Wico
Agents 777 Game Plan 1984 4 player solid state, Electronic sound
Air Aces Bally 1975 First Bally game to use drop targets
Airborne Capcom 1996 An 'Injector' at the top of the ramp to choose the ball's path
Airborne Capcom 1996 German version flyer
Airborne Avenger Atari 1977 Widebody, Designer Steve Ritchie's 1st game
Airport Gottlieb 1969 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1969 'College Queens'
Al's Garage Band On World Tour Alvin G. and Company 1992 Spinning CD Ramp, "Bump Flippers", Video Mode
Aladdin's Castle Bally 1976 3 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Aladdin's Alley (horseshoe lane)
Alarm Th. Bergmann 1958 German, Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1955 'Southern Belle'
Alaska Interflip 1978 Spanish, The domestic version is Recreativos Franco's 'Alaska'
Alaska Recreativos Franco 1978 Spanish, Plexiglass playfield, "Match" number is last *3* digits
Ali Baba Gottlieb 1948 6 flippers, 2 kick-out holes, No pop bumpers
Ali Baba Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Ali, Muhammad Stern Electronics 1980 The knock-out action of Muhammad Ali
Alice In Wonderland Gottlieb 1948 One of the 'Fairy Tale' games produced by Gottlieb during 1947-1948
Alien Heighway Pinball 2017 Dennis Nordman was involved initially with the playfield design
Alien Poker Williams 1980 French version flyer
Alien Poker Williams 1980 3 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, 5 bank drop target
Alien Star Gottlieb 1984 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 ball multi-ball, System 80
All American Quarterback Williams 1949 Football version of Williams 1949 'Star Series'
All American Quarterback Williams 1949 Backbox animation (football player moves across backglass)
All Star Baseball Chicago Coin 1962 Pitch-n-bat, 5 cents per play, Player shoots until 3 outs are made
All Star Baseball Williams 1954 Pitch-n-bat, First 6 player game made by Williams
All Star Basketball Gottlieb 1952 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 cyclonic bumpers, No trap holes
All Star Football Chicago Coin 1968 Pitch-n-bat, Sold only in Europe, Similar to 1968 'All Stars'
All Stars Chicago Coin 1968 Pitch-n-bat, Instead of 3 outs player gets 15 balls
Alligator Bally 1968 German version of Bally's 1969 'Gator', Zipper flippers
Aloha Gottlieb 1961 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 2 kick-out holes
Alpha 2001 C.E.A 1977 Italian, Similar artwork as Gottlieb's 4 player 'Target Alpha'
Alpine Club Williams 1965 Replay version of Williams 1965 'Ski Club'
The Amazing Spider Man Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, 4 flippers (right side in-line flippers)
Amazon Hunt Gottlieb 1983 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1975 'Fast Draw'
Amazon Hunt II Gottlieb 1987 Conversion kit for Gottlieb's 1983 'Amazon Hunt', Sold only in Europe
America 1492 Juegos Populares 1986 Spanish, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 1 (3) bank drop target, Vari-target
America's Most Haunted Spooky Pinball 2014 First production game from this manufacturer
Amigo Bally 1974 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Up-post between flippers
Ana Bond T.D. Llobregat 1966 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Andromeda Game Plan 1985 4 player S.S, 3 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 7 drop targets
Antar Playmatic 1979 Spanish, 3 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 2 ball kickers, 10 drop targets
Antares Nordamatic 1979 Italian, Only solid state game by Nordamatic
Apache Playmatic 1975 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Apollo Williams 1967 Replay version of Williams 1967 'Blast Off'
Apollo 13 Sega 1995 6 player, 13 ball multi-ball, Rotating moon grabs balls with magnet
Apollo 13 Sega 1995 German version flyer
Apollo 9 T.D. Llobregat 1969 Presented at the 25th London Amusement Trades Exhibition (ATE) in 1969
Apolo 2001 M.A.M 1969 An adaptation of Williams 1967 'Apollo'
Aqualand Juegos Populares 1986 Spanish, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 1 (3) bank drop target, Vari-target
Aquarius Gottlieb 1970 2 flippers (4 others are stationary ball guides), 3 pop bumpers
Arabian Knights Gottlieb 1953 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Lighting all 6 trap holes scores replays
Arcade Williams 1951 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Arena Gottlieb 1987 The skill shot is known as "The Pit" (also used on 'Bell Ringer' and 'Bullseye')
Arena Gottlieb 1987 German version flyer
Argosy Williams 1977 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 drop targets, Kick-out hole
Army Navy Williams 1953 First by Williams to use scoring reels instead of lights behind the backglass
Around The World Gottlieb 1959 4 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 3 stand-up targets
Arrow Head Williams 1957 First pinball machine to feature a single shot for one million points
Aspen Brunswick 1979 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Asteroid Annie And The Aliens Gottlieb 1980 The last 1 player machine produced by Gottlieb
Astro Gottlieb 1971 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1971 '4 Square'
Astro Flite Segasa 1974 Spanish, Similar to Williams 1974 'Strato Flite'
Astronaut Chicago Coin 1969 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1969 'Moon Shot'
The Atarians Atari 1976 First pinball machine by Atari, First solid state widebody game
Atlantis Bally 1989 First game to automatically adjust high score threshold
Atlantis Bally 1989 German version flyer
Atlantis Gottlieb 1975 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1971 'Lawman'
Atlantis Nordamatic 1978 Italian, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
Atlas Gottlieb 1959 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 'Rocket Ship' and Gottlieb's 'Contest'
Atleta Inder 1991 Spanish, Back side shows 'Flip-VI' pinball with monitor
Attack From Mars Bally 1995 Not inspired by the movie 'Mars Attacks' as is commonly suggested
Attack From Mars Bally 1995 German version flyer, 4 page
Attack From Mars Bally 1995 German version flyer, 1 page
Attila The Hun Game Plan 1984 4 player solid state, Electronic sound
Austin Powers Stern Pinball 2001 Laser cannon, Dr. Evil rises from playfield, Time machine magnet
Auto Race Gottlieb 1956 Flippers stay energized even after all balls have been played
Auto Rallye Werbeplan 1971 German, Miniature car racing in a pinball cabinet
Avatar Stern Pinball 2010 3-D backglass, Stern begins using their new Logo
Avengers Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2012 Limited edition flyer
Avengers Pro Model Stern Pinball 2012 Based on the Marvel comic book characters
Aztec Williams 1976 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 stand-up targets, Upper right kickback lane
Baby Doll Segasa 1975 Spanish, Similar to Williams 1975 'Satin Doll'
Baby Pacman Bally 1982 Combination of a scaled down pinball machine and a video game
Back To The Future Data East 1990 Michael J. Fox did not allow his likeness to appear on the game
Back To The Future Data East 1990 German version flyer
Bad Cats Williams 1989 Backbox animation (woman hits cat with broom), Spinning mystery wheel
Bad Girls Gottlieb 1988 Unique speech card used in this game; only says the word 'bad'
Bad Girls Gottlieb 1988 German version flyer
Ball Park Bally 1960 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Ball Park Williams 1968 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Ballerina Bally 1948 A center playfield flipper could flip in both directions
Balls A Poppin Bally 1956 First game to feature 6 ball multi-ball
Bally Hoo Bally 1969 Bally's 1st with an Up-post between flippers and new 3" jumbo flippers
Ballyhoo Bally 1947 2 special bumpers, 2 super special bumpers, No flippers
Band Leader Keeney 1948 5 balls for 5 cents, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 5 kick-out holes
Band Wagon Bally 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 mushroom bumpers, 2 ball return gates
Band Wagon Williams 1955 4 player, 2 flippers, Bonus hole pocket
Bang Bang Petaco 1974 Spanish, 2 player version of Recel's 1974 'The Fiery 30's'
Bank A Ball Gottlieb 1950 The last game to use the turret shooter feature
Bank A Ball Gottlieb 1965 Replay version of 'Flipper Pool', Introduced return lanes
Bank Shot Gottlieb 1976 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Sure Shot', Italian version is 'Spot Pool'
Banzai Run Williams 1988 A magnet lifts the ball in play to the vertical playfield in the backbox
Barb Wire Gottlieb 1996 Gottlieb's attempt at distracting the player to shorten game time :-)
Barb Wire Gottlieb 1996 German version flyer, Distributed by Tuning
Barnacle Bill Gottlieb 1948 Gottlieb went from 6 flippers on Humpty Dumpty to 4, Popeye look-a-like?
Barracora Williams 1981 Name was changed from Barracuda to the more feminine Barracora
Baseball Gottlieb 1970 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Batter Up'
Baseball Champ Chicago Coin 1973 Pitch-n-bat, Upright cabinet
Basehit Williams 1967 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Basketball Gottlieb 1949 Backbox animation (cheerleader does somersault as points are scored)
Bat A Ball Munves 1983 Pitch-n-bat, Ball is delivered down a ramp, Gun handle controls bat
Bat A Score H.C Evans 1948 Pitch-n-bat, Manikin pitcher, batter and catcher
Batman Data East 1991 First use of the BSMT-2000 (Brian Schmidt Music Technology) Sound System
Batman Data East 1991 German version flyer
Batman 66 Stern Pinball 2017 Crime fighters update flyer
Batman 66 Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Batman 66 Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Premium edition flyer
Batman 66 Super Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Super limited edition flyer
Batman Forever Sega 1995 Batwing ball cannon, Bat cave ball lock area, Speech from the movie
Batman The Dark Knight Stern Pinball 2008 Ramp diverts the ball to the batmobile bridge or an upper mini-playfield
Batman, Class of 1812 Kendo 1991 French distributor flyer promoting multiple games
Batter Up Chicago Coin 1958 Pitch-n-bat, 'Lite O Matic' animation of ball being pitched
Batting Practice Bally 1959 Pitch-n-bat, 2 player
Batting Practice Irving Kaye 1968 Pitch-n-bat, Newer version of Scientific's 'Batting Practice'
Baywatch Sega 1995 6 player, Lifeguard tower locks balls, Game controlled flipper
Baywatch Sega 1995 German version flyer
Bazaar Bally 1966 The first machine to use zipper flippers, Invented by Ted Zale
Be Bop Exhibit 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes
Beach Games Rally 1962 French, Second machine produced by Rally
Beat The Clock Bally 1985 Machine works by timed play rather than number of balls
Beat The Clock Bally 1985 German version flyer
Beat The Clock Williams 1963 Backbox animation (clock hand advances)
Beat Time Williams 1967 Based on the popularity of the Beatles, "Meet the Bootles"
Beatles Diamond Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the legendary rock band
Beatles Gold Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the legendary rock band
Beatles Gold U.K Stern Pinball 2018 U.K version flyer, Oversized
Beatles Platinum Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the legendary rock band
Beatniks Chicago Coin 1967 Spelling BEATNIKS in backglass awards 1 replay and is a carry-over feature
Beauty Contest Bally 1960 One ball play on a 5 ball style playfield, No flippers
Beisbol Maresa 0 Copy of Gottlieb's 1970 'Baseball'
Bell Ringer Gottlieb 1990 Redemption machine, Dispenses tickets, No flippers or bumpers
Bell Ringer, Nudge It Gottlieb 1990 Redemption machine, Dispenses tickets, No flippers or bumpers
Ben Hur Staal 1977 French, Most mechanical and playfield parts are copies of Gottlieb parts
Big Bang Bar Illinois Pinball 2007 Re-release of Capcom's 1996 'Big Bang Bar'
Big Bat Midway 1984 Pitch-n-bat, LED displays, Lighted bases, Squeeze trigger bat
Big Ben Segasa 1975 Spanish, Licensed version of Williams 1975 'Big Ben'
Big Ben Williams 1975 Convertible between replay and add-a-ball operation
Big Ben Williams 1954 Midget field at lower left of playfield, 1 flipper, 2 gobble holes
Big Brave Gottlieb 1974 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Big Indian'
Big Brave Maresa 1974 Copy of Gottlieb's 1974 'Big Brave'
Big Buck Hunter Stern Pinball 2010 Based on the popular Big Buck Hunter arcade video game
Big Casino Gottlieb 1961 Hitting a rollover lights corresponding card on backglass
Big Chief Williams 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Selector disc changes values of the playfield
Big Daddy Williams 1963 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, Drop target
Big Day Bally 1964 First Bally 4 player with automatic ball lift
Big Deal Williams 1977 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 3 and 4 bank drop targets, Horseshoe lane
Big Deal Williams 1963 Backbox light animation (playing cards light up)
Big Dick Fabulous Fantasies 1997 Custom conversion of Williams 'Big Deal', 4 made by Herb Silvers of Fabulous Fantasies
Big Flipper Chicago Coin 1970 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1970 'Cowboy', Jumbo 5" flippers
Big Game Stern Electronics 1980 The first widebody game from Stern
Big Guns Williams 1987 Backbox animation (captive ball is shot into a bagatelle), 2 catapults
Big Hit Chicago Coin 1952 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 7 scoring bumpers, 2 captive balls
Big Hit Chicago Coin 1962 Pitch-n-bat, 9 targets
Big Hit Gottlieb 1977 4 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 vari-targets, Turret shooter
Big House Gottlieb 1989 Has a "blow the bridge" feature to create a ramp for multi-ball mode
Big House Gottlieb 1989 German version flyer
Big Hunt A.M.I 1976 Italian, Backglass art is a copy of Bally's 1975 'Bow and Arrow'
Big Indian Gottlieb 1974 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Big Brave'
Big Inning Bally 1958 Pitch-n-bat, Lights on playfield and backglass show players running bases
Big Inning Bally 1959 Pitch-n-bat, Lights on playfield and backglass show players running bases
Big Jack Gottlieb 1968 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Paul Bunyan'
Big Kick Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Big League Chicago Coin 1965 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox light animation (players run bases)
Big League Chicago Coin 1975 Pitch-n-bat, Upright style cabinet
Big League Williams 1966 Pitch-n-bat, Game has 4 pitch types (Fast, Slow, Curve or Knuckle)
Big League Baseball Chicago Coin 1955 Pitch-n-bat, 1st 4 player game manufactured by Chicago Coin
Big League Baseball Williams 1954 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
The Big Lebowski Dutch Pinball 2016 Estimates are that only 36 machines were produced out of the 300 promised
Big Shot Gottlieb 1973 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Hot Shot'
Big Show Bally 1974 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, Double bonus on 3rd and 5th balls
Big Space Journey Nihon Jidou Hanbaiki 0 Japanese, No flippers, 'Dai Uchuu Ryokou' means 'Big Space Journey'
Big Star Williams 1972 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1972 'Super Star'
Big Strike Williams 1966 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1966 'Hot Line'
Big Together Sega - Japan 1976 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Big Top Gottlieb 1964 Add-a-ball, Mechanical backbox animation
Big Top J.F. Frantz 0 Table top - Test your skill toy pinball, Year made unknown?
Big Top Wico 1977 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Big Top Wico 1977 U.K version flyer, Black & White
Big Town Playmatic 1978 Spanish, Opening shot propels ball across playfield towards upper left lanes
Big Valley Bally 1970 German version flyer
Big Valley Bally 1970 Has 3" flippers and an Up-post instead of the 2" zipper flippers
Bike Race Sleic 1992 Spanish, Double sided flyer, One of the last pinballs made in Spain
Bike Race Sleic 1992 Spanish, Single sided flyer, One of the last pinballs made in Spain
Bingo Vaprel 0 Looks more like pinball than bingo so I added it :)
Bingo Bango Nasco 1951 Bingo Bango was a conversion of Gottlieb's 1950 'Just 21'
Black & Reed Inder 1975 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 5 standup targets, 1 kick-out hole
Black Belt Bally 1986 Mushroom bumper, Drop targets have stand-up targets behind them
Black Belt Zaccaria 1986 Italian, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Horseshoe lane, Carousel roto-targets
Black Fever Playmatic 1980 Spanish, 3 flippers (bottom 2 are asymmetrical), 1 pop bumper
Black Flag Playmatic 1973 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, Formica cabinet
Black Hawk Centromatic 1974 Known as 'Black Hawk' as well as 'Hawk Black'
Black Hole Gottlieb 1981 How to play flyer
Black Hole Gottlieb 1981 Gottlieb's 1st double level, 1st machine with reverse playfield
Black Hole Gottlieb 1981 Euro version flyer, Backglass has no infinity lights like U.S version
Black Jack Bally 1977 Also made in a 2 player E.M version
Black Jack Williams 1960 Backglass and playfield are very similar to Williams 1960 '21'
Black Knight Williams 1980 Introduced 'magna-save', 1st machine with a two level playfield
Black Knight Williams 1980 6 page flyer
Black Knight 2000 Williams 1989 Two-level playfield, Horseshoe lane, Magna-Save, 3 multi-ball modes
Black Knight 2000 Williams 1989 4 page flyer, B&W version
Black Knight 2000 Williams 1989 German version flyer
Black Knight: Sword of Rage L.E Stern Pinball 2019 Based on the original games by Williams
Black Knight: Sword of Rage Stern Pinball 2019 Premium version flyer
Black Knight: Sword of Rage Pro Stern Pinball 2019 Based on the original games by Williams
Black Magic Recel 1980 Spanish, 1 player version (also made in 4 player version)
Black Magic 4 Recel 1980 Spanish, 4 player version (also made is 1 player version)
Black Pyramid Bally 1984 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 3 in-line drop targets, Swinging target
Black Rider Giuliano Lodola 1981 Similar to Williams 1980 'Black Knight'
Black Rose Bally 1992 Oscillating ball cannon fires at enemy ships
Black Rose Bally 1992 Shot map
Black Sheep Squadron Astro Games 1979 4 player solid state but uses E.M style chimes
Black Velvet Game Plan 1978 Cocktail table, Promoting a brand of liquor
Blackout Williams 1980 Similar playfield as Williams 1982 'Warlok'
Blackwater 100 Bally 1988 Last game made by Bally before take-over by Williams
Blackwater 100 Bally 1988 German version flyer
Blast Off Williams 1967 Add-a-ball version of 'Apollo', Backbox animation (bagatelle in backglass)
Blondie Chicago Coin 1956 Same playfield layout as Gottlieb's 1956 'Harbor Lites'
Blue Chip Sega - Japan 1976 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Blue Chip Williams 1976 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 8 stand-up targets, 2 kick-out holes
Blue Max Chicago Coin 1975 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Red Baron'
Blue Note Gottlieb 1979 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1978 'Rock Star'
Blue Ribbon Bally 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 8 mushroom bumpers
Blue Skies United 1948 2 flippers, 4 kick-out holes
BMX Bally 1982 No flyer produced, 8 X 10 promo photo
Bo Bo Williams 1961 One of the last games to use bulb scoring in the backglass
Bon Voyage Bally 1974 Complete Bon Voyage and win a free game by hitting the captive ball
Bonanza Gottlieb 1964 See the Cartwright family in the lower right corner in the backglass art
Bone Busters Gottlieb 1989 4 flippers, 4 ball multi-ball, Talking skeleton head topper
Bongo Bally 1964 2 player version of Bally's 1963 '3-In-Line'
Bongor Maresa 1975 Version of Gottlieb's 4 player 'Jungle'
Bonus Baseball United 1962 Pitch-n-bat, Mechanical backbox animation, United's last bat game
Boomerang Bally 1974 4 player version of Bally's 1975 'Flicker'
Bounty Hunter Gottlieb 1985 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Digital sound but no speech
Bow And Arrow Bally 1975 Designer Norm Clark used this machine to test early solid state design
Bowl A Strike Williams 1965 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1965 'Lucky Strike', Backbox animation
Bowl O Bally 1970 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 8 stand-up targets, Up-post between flippers
Bowlette Gottlieb 1950 Unique miniature shuffle alley not a pinball
Bowling Champ Gottlieb 1949 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 9 passive bumpers, 1 kick-out hole, No slingshots
Bowling Flipper Rally 1961 Victor Salmon, a partner in Alben Mfg. of France, brought this game to Rally
Bowling Queen Gottlieb 1964 Depicted in the backglass are 'Bowling Queen', 'Gaucho' and 'Flipper Clown'
Bram Stoker's Dracula Williams 1993 Under the playfield magnet levitates the ball across playfield
Breakshot Capcom 1996 E.M style, Scores appear as score reel numbers, Simulated chime sound
Bride of Pinbot 2.0 Dutch Pinball 2014 Upgrade kit for the Williams "The Machine: Bride of Pinbot"
Brite Star Gottlieb 1958 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 3 roto-targets
Bronco Chicago Coin 1963 Enter the "Corral" with "Bucking bronco kickers"
Bronco Gottlieb 1977 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Mustang'
Buccaneer Gottlieb 1976 Replay version of 'Ship Ahoy', Italian version is 'High Seas'
Buccaneer Gottlieb 1948 Similar playfield as 'Barnacle Bill' but with 3 kick-out holes
Buck Rogers Gottlieb 1980 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Messenger ball
Buck Rogers Mambelli 1979 Italian, Conversion kit for Gottlieb's 1975 'Tiger'
Buckaroo Gottlieb 1965 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1965 'Cow Poke'
Buffalo Bill Gottlieb 1950 2 flippers, Oscillating ball shooter (turret shooter)
Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball Bally 1991 Unique reversed mini playfield, Orange carrot flippers, No multi-ball
Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball Bally 1991 German version flyer
Bullfight Bally 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 7 mushroom bumpers
Bullseye Gottlieb 1994 Redemption game not pinball, No flippers, Dispenses tickets
Bullseye 301 Grand Products 1986 Pinball conversion kit for early Bally solid state games
Bullseye Baseball Chicago Coin 1967 Pitch-n-bat, Similar to Chicago Coin's 1955 'Big League Baseball'
Bumper Bill Port 1977 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Bumper Pool Gottlieb 1969 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Mini Pool'
Bus Stop Bally 1964 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 mushroom bumpers
Bus Stop Maresa 0 Playfield layout is almost identical to Bally's 1967 'Surfers'
Bushido Inder 1993 Spanish, Bushido translated is 'art of the warrior'
Butterfly Sonic 1977 Spanish, Polyurethene playfield
Buttons And Bows Gottlieb 1949 Roy Parker playfield and backglass
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 Drop targets are made to look like stand up targets
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 Spanish, 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 4 player replay game made only for France
Cannes Segasa 1976 Spanish, 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 made this machine
Captain Card Gottlieb 1974 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'High Hand', Italian version is 'Top Hand'
Captain Fantastic Bally 1976 Captain Fantastic was inspired by the movie 'Tommy'
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 4 player solid state, Electronic sound
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
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 Spanish, 1 player wedghead, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
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 2 flippers, Pepped up version of Bally's 1938 'Reserve'
Carnival Midway 1963 Pitch-n-bat, Playfield has rebound kickers to propel the ball around
Carnival Playmatic 1977 Spanish, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Captive ball moves from target to target
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 Spanish, 1 player version of Williams 2 player 'Darling' & 4 player 'Jubilee'
Casino Chicago Coin 1972 2 Whirlwind spinners, Up-post between flippers
Casino Williams 1958 Rollovers & kick-out holes light playing cards on backglass, Gobble hole
Casino Royale Segasa 1976 Spanish, 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 Spanish, 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
Centaur Bally 1981 Designer Jim Patla's inspiration was Bally's 1956 'Balls A Poppin'
Centaur II 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)
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 Italian, 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 Spanish, 1 player E.M wedgehead, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Chance Playmatic 1978 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, New sound
Charlies Angels Gottlieb 1978 Features Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, and Cheryl Ladd from the TV show
Check Mate Recel 1975 Spanish, 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 Widebody, Horseshoe lane, Middle right kickback lane
Cherokee Interflip 1978 Spanish, Interflip is the name used for export games
Cherokis Recreativos Franco 1976 Spanish, 1 player version of Recreativos Franco's 1976 'Cherokee'
Cherry Bell Sonic 1978 Spanish, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 stand-up targets, 4 kick-out holes
Chicago Cubs Triple Play Gottlieb 1985 Backglass flyer
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 Italian, 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
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 Italian (English text) A hanging target moves back & forth on the playfield
Clown Zaccaria 1985 Italian, 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 Italian, 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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes
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 Italian, 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
Comet Williams 1985 First solid state game to feature a one million point shot
Comics Rally 1968 French, 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 Spanish, 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 2 flippers, 6 pop bumpers, Roto-target
Corvette Bally 1994 Matchbox car racetrack, Engine-shaped ball shaker
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 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 2 gobble holes, 1 split target
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 Mystery 50,000 to 200,000 - Extra special kick-out hole
Crazy Clock Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Crazy Race Recel 1978 Spanish, 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 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, 2 roto-targets
Criterium 2000 Recel 1975 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, Ball trap post between flippers
Criterium 4 Recel 1975 Spanish, Ball trap post, Noise free D.C bumpers & flippers
Criterium 75 Recel 1975 Spanish, 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 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, No ball trap post
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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 trap holes
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 Skull multi-ball, Microscope magnet multi-ball
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
Daffie Williams 1968 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1968 'Doozie'
Daffy Derby Williams 1954 Backbox animation (galloping horses in backbox), Midget playfield
Daisy May Gottlieb 1954 4 flippers (note the unusual flipper arrangement)
Dakar Mr. Game 1988 Italian, Small video monitor in backbox, Unique cabinet
Dancing Centromatic 0 Spanish, 1 player E.M
Dancing Dolls Gottlieb 1960 Backbox animation (silhouettes dance), Last Gottlieb with bulb scoring
Dancing Lady Gottlieb 1966 Backbox animation (spinning ballerina), Carousel roto-targets
Dardos Maresa 0 Open-elbow inlanes allow ball to pass from inlane to outlane and vice-versa
Dark Shadow Nuova Bell Games 1986 Italian, New style cabinet, Also available as a kit
Darling Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Darling Williams 1973 2 player version of Williams 1973 'Jubilee'
Darts Williams 1960 First game designed by Steve Kordek for Williams
De Icer Williams 1949 Impulse flippers (either flipper button pulses both flippers simultaneously)
Deadly Weapon Gottlieb 1990 A simple design "Street level" game
Deadpool Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the comic book of the same name
Deadpool Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the comic book of the same name
Deadpool Pro Model Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the comic book of the same name
Dealer 21 Williams 1953 Win replays by scoring 21, Drain lane between flippers
Dealer's Choice Williams 1974 4 player version of Williams 'Lucky Ace'. Similar playfield as 'High Ace'
Defender Williams 1982 Preceded by the hit video game of the same name
Delta Queen Bally 1974 Named after the US Historic Landmark "the Delta Queen"
Deluxe Baseball Midway 1962 Pitch-n-bat, Widebody, Playfield has ramp that moves up and down
Deluxe Baseball United 1960 Pitch-n-bat, A replay version of 'Yankee Baseball' with match feature
Deluxe Baseball Williams 1953 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Deluxe Baseball 1957 Williams 1957 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Deluxe Batting Champ Williams 1961 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Deluxe Fun Cruise Bally 1966 No flippers were used on this game
Deluxe World Series Williams 1954 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Demolition Man Williams 1994 Widebody, Upright handles for flipper buttons, Magnetic ball lifter
Derby Day Gottlieb 1956 1 gobble hole, Single pop bumper below the 2 flippers
Derby Day Williams 1967 Shoot the playfield targets to get ponies in backbox across finish line
Devil Riders Zaccaria 1984 Italian, Backbox animation (a motorcycle performs loops)
Devils Dare Gottlieb 1982 Widebody, 1st system 80A game
Devils Dare Gottlieb 1982 How to play flyer
Dialed In Jersey Jack Pinball 2017 Comic book
Dialed In Collectors Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2017 Collectors edition flyer
Dialed In Limited Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Dialed In Standard Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2017 Standard edition flyer
Diamond Jack Gottlieb 1967 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'King of Diamonds', Italian version is 'Solitaire'
Diamond Lady Gottlieb 1988 Introduced a new backbox design with extended side panels
Diamond Lady Gottlieb 1988 German version flyer
Diamond Lill Gottlieb 1954 2 kick-out holes, Center horseshoe around a pop bumper, Reverse flippers
Diamond Plate Playfields Williams 1988 Promo for diamond plate playfields
Dimension Gottlieb 1971 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1971 '2001'
Diner Williams 1990 Backbox animations (clock hands count time & diners bobble when shaken)
Ding Dong Williams 1968 Replay version of Williams1968 'Smarty'
Ding Dong M.A.M 1970 Manufactured by Manufacturas Automaticas Americanas of Barcelona
Dinosaur Eggs Alvin G. and Company 1993 Redemption game; not a pinball, Dispenses tickets
Dipsy Doodle Sega - Japan 1970 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Dipsy Doodle Williams 1970 4 player version of Williams 1971 'Doodle Bug'
Dirty Harry Williams 1995 Moving 44 Magnum on playfield shoots pinballs at targets
Dirty Harry Williams 1995 German version flyer
Disco Stern Electronics 1977 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 rollunder spinners
Disco 79 Allied Leisure 1979 Cocktail table, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Disco Fever Williams 1978 Based on the movie 'Saturday Night Fever', Banana flippers
Disco Fever Williams 1978 Multi game flyer from French distributor Sovoda
Disco Fever-Close Encounters Williams 1978 Multi game flyer from French distributor Sovoda
Discotek Bally 1965 New triple flippers, An upper "lonely" flipper was added
Disk Jockey Williams 1952 Combination bingo machine and pinball
Dixieland Bally 1968 Zipper flippers, The playfield references Basin Street in New Orleans
Doctor Who Bally 1992 Based on the British science fiction T.V show
Doctor Who Bally 1992 Shot map
Doctor Who Bally 1992 German version flyer
Dodge City Gottlieb 1965 Backbox animation (cowboy dances), Projection roto unit under playfield
Dogies Bally 1968 Zipper flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 5 mushroom bumpers
Dogies Bally 1968 German version single sided flyer, Zipper flippers
Dogies Bally 1968 German version flyer
Dolly Marvel 1947 The first flipper game made by Marvel
Dolly Parton Bally 1979 I would rate this game a 'D' cup
Dolphin Chicago Coin 1974 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1974 'Showtime'
Dolphin Chicago Coin 1974 Alternate version flyer with black accent color instead of blue
Domino Gottlieb 1968 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1968 'PlayMates'
Domino Williams 1952 2 flippers, 3 thumper bumpers, 3 kick-out holes
Don Quijote Recel 1979 Spanish, 4 player solid state, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Doodle Bug Sega - Japan 1971 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Doodle Bug Williams 1971 Replay version of 'Love Bug', 1 player version of 'Dipsy Doodle'
Doozie Williams 1968 Replay version of Williams 1968 'Daffie'
Double Action Gottlieb 1958 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1959 'Miss Annabelle'
Double Barrel Williams 1961 Swinging target (the ball kickers propel ball to the swinging target)
Double Feature Gottlieb 1950 This game introduced the "kicking rubber" feature
Double Header Williams 1950 Pitch-n-bat / Shuffle, first game with a horizontal running man unit
Double Play Williams 1965 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases), Flyer shaped like glove
Double Shuffle Gottlieb 1949 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 10 passive bumpers, 1 kick-out hole
Dr. Dude Bally 1990 Most Dr. Dudes are System 11C; only about 100 are WPC Alpha-numeric
Dracula Stern Electronics 1979 3 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Kick-out hole, Horseshoe lane
Dragon Gottlieb 1978 Also made in a 4 player E.M version
Dragon Interflip 1977 Spanish, 4 player version of Recreativos Franco's 1977 'Dragoon'
Dragon Interflip 1977 German version flyer
Dragonette Gottlieb 1954 Humorous take off of the T.V show Dragnet
Dragonfist Stern Electronics 1982 Capitalised on the popularity of the Bruce Lee kung fu craze
Dragoon Recreativos Franco 1977 Spanish, 1 player version of Interflip's 1977 'Dragon'
Dreamy Williams 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Drop A Card Gottlieb 1971 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Pop-A-Card'
Drop A Card Petaco 0 See Gottlieb's 1971 'Drop A Card'
Duette Deluxe Gottlieb 1955 Same game as 'Duette' but in a different style cabinet
Dungeons & Dragons Bally 1987 Magic Save - similar to flex save on Bally's 1987 'Hardbody'
Duotron Gottlieb 1974 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Magnotron'
Dyn O Mite Allied Leisure 1975 2 player version of Allied Leisure's 1975 'Rock On'
Eager Beaver Williams 1965 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 3 drop targets, Illuminated backglass marquee
Earth Wind Fire Zaccaria 1981 Italian, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 bank drop targets, Kick-out hole
Earthshaker Williams 1989 Machine shakes at certain times during a game to simulate an earthquake
Easy Aces Gottlieb 1955 Transition to metal legs, Backbox light animation (playing cards light up)
Egg Head Gottlieb 1961 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1963 'Square Head'
Eight Ball Bally 1977 First game with a memory, Used chimes instead of electronic sound
Eight Ball (8 Ball) Williams 1966 Introduced the 'split bank' to keep track of targets hit by each player
Eight Ball (8 Ball) Williams 1952 Backwards flippers (drain lane between flippers)
Eight Ball Champ Bally 1985 German version flyer, Konzept der Zukunft
Eight Ball Champ Bally 1985 3rd in the 8 Ball Series designed by George Christian, No multi-ball
Eight Ball Deluxe Bally 1981 Some of the first games had plastic playfields
Eight Ball Deluxe Bally 1981 Postcard, U.K version
Eight Ball Deluxe Limited Edition Bally 1982 The original was so successful it was produced again in this limited edition
El Dorado Gottlieb 1975 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Gold Strike'
El Dorado City Of Gold Gottlieb 1984 The last game produced by Mylstar but was continued by Premier
El Rancho Keeney 1962 No flippers, This 1 player game has projection scoring at top of backbox
El Toro Bally 1972 New improved all-steel front door with the diamond shape in the middle
El Toro Williams 1963 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Rotating drum in playfield indicates target value
Electronic System III Recel 1980 Spanish, Fold-out flyer describing Recel's electonic system
Elektra Bally 1981 First 3-level playfield. Only standard width 3-level playfield game
Elektra Bally 1981 Pre-release flyer, Printed in bottom right corner 'arriving January 1982'
Elektra Bally 1981 German version flyer
Elite Guard Gottlieb 1968 Italian version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Palace Guard'
Elvira And The Party Monsters Bally 1989 Broken bones plastics referred to Dennis Nordman's motorcycle accident
Elvira's House of Horrors L.E Stern Pinball 2019 Limited edition flyer
Elvira's House of Horrors Premium Stern Pinball 2019 Premium edition flyer
Elvira's House of Horrors Signature Stern Pinball 2019 Signature edition flyer
Elvis Stern Pinball 2004 Mechanical Elvis toy, 5 bank drop target, Second-level playfield
Elvis Stern Pinball 2004 Single version flyer
Embryon Bally 1981 The fifth and last widebody pinball from Bally
The Empire Strikes Back Hankin 1980 Australian, Widebody, Last pinball machine built by Hankin
Eros One Fascination 1979 Cocktail table, Chimes for sound, LED modules for scoring, 8 sided cabinet
Escape Jac Van Ham 1987 Holland, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Captive ball
Escape From The Lost World Bally 1988 German version flyer
Escape From The Lost World Bally 1988 Double level playfield, Introduced new diagnostics system
Escape From The Lost World Bally 1988 Poster size flyer with blue background
Eureka Bally 1948 1 player, 5 ball play, New improved free play mechanism
Euromat Deluxe, Super 2 Aisch & Melchers 1964 German, Wall-mounted game, The playfield is sloped towards the player
Evel Knievel Bally 1977 Produced in both E.M and S.S versions
Evil Fight Playmatic 1980 Spanish, 3 flippers, 1 pop bumper, Bell sounds, Sound effects
Excalibur Gottlieb 1988 4 flippers, 2 ball multi-ball, No slingshots
Exciting Pinball Art Irving Kaye 1979 Limited edition of 6 backglasses to collect
Explorer Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Expo Williams 1969 Backbox animation (backglass spinner), Center Up-post
Expressway Bally 1971 Spelling 'EXPRESSWAY' in order earns the special, Up-post
Extra Inning Williams 1962 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
F-14 Tomcat Williams 1987 4 flippers, 3 rotating beacons on backbox, 4 ball multi-ball, Jagov kicker
F1 Grand Prix Nuova Bell Games 1987 Italian, 1st auto ball launcher - ball launches by pressing right flipper button
Faces Sonic 1976 Spanish, B&W flyer, Similar playfield as Williams 1976 'Grand Prix'
Faces Sonic 1976 Spanish, Color flyer, Similar playfield as Williams 1976 'Grand Prix'
Fair Fight Recel 1978 Spanish, Moving target (2 targets pivot left & right when hit)
Fair Lady Gottlieb 1956 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1956 'Sea Belles'
Fairway Williams 1953 2 flippers, 4 gobble holes, 6 eject holes
Fairy Playmatic 1975 Spanish, 1 player version of Playmatic's 1976 'Fantasy'
Falstaff Gottlieb 1957 4 player, 2 gobble holes, Roto-target, Replays only awarded based on score
Family Fun Game Plan 1979 Cocktail table, Same playfield design as Game Plan's 1979 'Star Trip'
Family Guy Stern Pinball 2007 Stewie mini-playfield, Up-post, Rotating Stewie character
Fan Tas Tic Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Fan Tas Tic Williams 1972 Pop bumper between the flippers, Captive ball spinner (roulette wheel)
Fandango Playmatic 1976 Spanish, 1 player version of Playmatic's 1976 'Fiesta'
Fantastic Car I.D.S.A 1986 Fantastic Car was the Spanish response to the U.S TV series 'Knight Rider'
Fantasy Playmatic 1976 Spanish, 4 player version of Playmatic's 1975 'Fairy'
Far Out Gottlieb 1974 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Out of Sight'
Farfalla Zaccaria 1983 Italian, Farfalla means butterfly in Italian
Fashion Show Gottlieb 1962 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Advancing target value disc
Fast Ball Williams 1969 Pitch-n-bat, Widebody, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Fast Ball Williams 1969 Flyer version with red background
Fast Draw Gottlieb 1975 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Quick Draw'
Fathom Bally 1981 Artist Kevin O'Connor designed the art for the brochure
Feria T.D. Llobregat 1964 Playfield glass and its metal frame are hinged, Formica cabinet
Festival Chicago Coin 1966 Appears to be the 1st pinball machine to have carousel roto-targets
Festival T.D. Llobregat 1962 Playfield layout is a copy of Gottlieb's 1962 'Fashion Show'
The Fiery 30's Recel 1974 Spanish, 4 player version of Recel's 1974 'Bang Bang'
Fiesta Playmatic 1976 Spanish, 4 player version of Playmatic's 1976 'Fandango'
Fiesta Williams 1959 The flyer incorrectly states 5 thumper bumpers but there are only 3
Fifty Fifty (50 50) Bally 1965 The largest number of mushroom bumpers on any Bally game
Fifty Jahre Bally (50 Year Bally) Bally 1982 German flyer celebrating Bally's 50 year anniversary
Fire Williams 1987 Rotating light cylinder under playfield simulates building on fire
Fire Williams 1987 Postcard, Playing card size promo given out at trade shows
Fire Champagne Edition Williams 1987 Backbox has rotating light cylinders which are not on the regular version
Fire Cracker Chicago Coin 1963 Flyer states "available also in 2 player added ball model"
Fire Mountain Zaccaria 1980 Italian, Associated Leisure version flyer
Fire Mountain Zaccaria 1980 Italian, Similar playfield to Bally's 1977 'Night Rider'
Fire Queen Gottlieb 1977 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Vulcan'
Fireball Bally 1976 Home model (no coins), Sold in Sears in 1978 for about $700
Fireball Bally 1972 First game to use a whirlwind spinner, Originally sold for $895
Fireball Centromatic 1973 Spanish, Similar to original but no multi-ball feature or zipper flippers
Fireball Classic Bally 1985 Solid State re-make of the 1972 'Fireball' similar art, No zipper flippers
Fireball Classic Bally 1985 German version flyer
Fireball II Bally 1981 2 level playfield, Little demon post, Dave Christiansen's last for Bally
Firecracker Bally 1971 Used in Kelsey's Bar on the T.V show 'All in the Family'
Firecracker Bally 1971 German version flyer
Firepower Williams 1980 Academy award version flyer, "best in industry" award
Firepower Williams 1980 Introduced 'lane change' activated by pressing the right flipper button
Firepower II Williams 1983 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 10 stand-up targets, 2 ball multi-ball
Fish Tales Williams 1992 German version flyer
Fish Tales Williams 1992 Ball-launching catapult next to the rotary reel lock, Moving fish topper
Fish Tales Williams 1992 Shot map
FJ Hankin 1978 Australian, 'FJ' refers to the Australian automobile model "FJ"
Flag Ship Gottlieb 1957 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 slingshots, 3 gobble holes
Flame Of Athens Allied Leisure 1978 Appears identical to Fascination's 1979 'Eros One'
Flamenco Show T.D. Llobregat 0 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Flash Sega - Japan 1979 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Flash Williams 1979 Steve Ritchie's 1st design for Williams, 1st game with background sound
Flash Williams 1979 German version, Fold-out
Flash Baseball Midway 1972 Pitch-n-bat, Ball pitching and batting devices, 8-track sound
Flash Dragon Playmatic 1986 Beating high score receives Polaroid photo from camera in backbox
Flash Gordon Bally 1981 Bally's 1st double level playfield, 1st with "Squawk and Talk" sound
Flicker Bally 1975 2 player version of Bally's 1974 'Boomerang'
Flight 2000 Stern Electronics 1980 Widebody, 1st talking Stern game using the VSU-100 speech board
Flight 2000 Stern Electronics 1980 German version flyer, Widebody
The Flintstones ICE 1994 Redemption game, Reverse "club" flippers, Dispenses tickets
The Flintstones Williams 1994 Bowling alley, Rock slicer, Smart ramps, Bronto crane
Flip A Card Gottlieb 1970 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Card Trix'
Flip Flop Bally 1976 1 of 3 machines by Bally with flip cards, 1st with D.C current on bumpers
Flip VI Inder 1990 Spanish, Same as Inder's 1990 'Mundial 90' but with monitor in backbox
Flipp Foto Weiko 1979 Add-on device snaps a polaroid picture when the player wins a free game
Flipper Gottlieb 1960 French version made for S.O.G.E.D.A. the Gottlieb distributor in France
Flipper Gottlieb 1960 First add-a-ball machine and introduced the concept of extended play
Flipper Clown Gottlieb 1962 Mechanical backbox animation, Twin roto-targets, Add-a-ball
Flipper Cowboy Gottlieb 1962 Backbox animation (cowboy shoots at target), Twin roto-targets
Flipper Fair Gottlieb 1961 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1966 'Cross Town', Backbox animation
Flipper Football Capcom 1996 Timed play, Adult language, 1st game with Dot Matrix under playfield glass
Flipper Football Capcom 1996 German version flyer
The Flipper Game Recel 1980 Recel's export version, Petaco made domestic version with the same name
The Flipper Game Petaco 1980 Petaco's domestic version, Recel made export version with the same name
Flipper Parade Gottlieb 1961 Backbox animation (cannon fires ball), Add-a-ball
Flipper Pool Gottlieb 1965 Backbox animation (mini pool balls drop when playfield targets are hit)
Flipperland NR.1 Bally 1984 German version flyer, Celebrating that Bally pinball is #1
Flying Carpet Gottlieb 1972 Same playfield design used later on Mirco Games 1975 'Spirit of 76'
Flying Chariots Gottlieb 1963 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Target alley
Flying Circus Gottlieb 1961 French version flyer
Flying Circus Gottlieb 1961 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, 5 captive balls
Flying High Centromatic 1977 Spanish, Also produced as a 4 player solid state game in 1978
Flying High Gottlieb 1953 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 8 trap holes
Flying Turns Midway 1964 Widebody, Backbox animation (cars race around track), Turret shooter
Follow The Dancing Pinball Stern Electronics 1980 Stern aquires Seeburg to begin making video games
Football Europe Flipper Automatenbau Förster 1967 Head to head pinball, English version
Football Europe Flipper Automatenbau Förster 1967 Head to head pinball, French version
Force II Gottlieb 1981 German version flyer, 2 ball multi-ball, 4 flippers
Force II Gottlieb 1981 Widebody, 2 ball multi-ball, 4 flippers
Formula 1 Recel 1980 Spanish, 9 cars against the machine, 2 flippers, Pay-out tray
Fortune Recel 1976 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Foto Finish Gottlieb 1961 Made in both woodrail and metalrail format
Four Aces (4 Aces) Williams 1970 Widebody, Electromagnets on playfield hold ball for bonus count
Four Bagger Deluxe (4 Bagger) Williams 1956 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Four Corners (4 Corners) Williams 1952 16 trap holes, Combines elements of a bingo machine with flipper pinball
The 4 Horsemen Gottlieb 1950 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Blocking 'V' gate between flippers
Four Million B.C Bally 1971 3 ball multi-ball, Zipper flippers, A special version was made for Germany
Four Million B.C Sega - Japan 1971 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Four Queens (4 Queens) Bally 1970 B&W, 1 player, Zipper flippers
Four Roses (4 Roses) Williams 1962 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 rotating targets, 2 gobble holes
Four Seasons Gottlieb 1968 Poster Flyer, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 rotating arrow bumpers
Four Square (4 Square) Gottlieb 1971 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Astro'
Four Star (4 Star) Williams 1958 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Gobble hole
Four Stars Gottlieb 1952 Postcard, Similar to Gottlieb's 1952 'Quartette'
Four X Four (4X4) Maresa 0 Copy of Gottlieb's 1971 '4 Square'
Foxy Lady Game Plan 1978 Cocktail table, Resulted from left-overs of Game Plan's 'Black Velvet'
Foxy Lady Game Plan 1978 Version 2, Model has a different pose than standard flyer
Foxy Lady Game Plan 1978 German version flyer
Frank Thomas Big Hurt Gottlieb 1995 3 flippers, 4 multi-ball, 3 ramps, Captive ball, Moving baseball glove
Freddy A Nightmare On Elm Sreet Gottlieb 1994 4 flippers, Player-controlled Up-post, Multi-ball
Freddy A Nightmare On Elm Sreet Gottlieb 1994 Postcard, Dutch version flyer
Free Fall Gottlieb 1974 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Sky Jump', Italian version is 'Sky Dive'
Freedom Bally 1976 Produced in both E.M and S.S, Redesigned playfield after flyer was printed
Freefall Stern Electronics 1981 Widebody, Center playfield kicker routes balls to elevated tramway
Freshie Williams 1949 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes
Friendship 7 Williams 1962 Astronaut John Glenn piloted the 'Friendship 7' into space in 1962
Frontier Bally 1980 Bally employees depicted on backglass
Frontiersman Gottlieb 1955 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 gobble hole
Full House Williams 1966 Replay version of Williams 1966 'Top Hand'
Full Throttle Standard Heighway Pinball 2015 Standard edition flyer
Fun Ball Midway 1966 Pitch-n-bat, Available in Regular, Replay, and Extended Play models
Fun Cruise Bally 1965 Italian add-a-ball version of 'Fun Cruise', No flippers
Fun Fair Genco 1958 Last by Genco, Production continued with Chicago Dynamic Industries
Fun Fair Gottlieb 1968 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Fun Land'
Fun Fest Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Fun Fest Williams 1973 4 player version of 'Swinger', Beatles likeness in backglass?
Fun House Williams 1956 Three unique 'trap doors' open up when lit to become gobble holes
Fun Land Gottlieb 1968 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Fun Park'
Fun Park Gottlieb 1968 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Fun Land'
Funhouse Williams 1990 German version flyer, 4 page
Funhouse Williams 1990 Pinmation Rudy head watches you, Upper loop has a "trapdoor"
Fussball Europa Flipper Automatenbau Förster 1967 Head to head pinball, German version
Futbol CMC Cresmatic 1997 Time-controlled game, Reportedly, Cresmatic is a manufacturer of slot machines
Future Queen Nuova Bell Games 1987 Italian, New style cabinet, Available as a kit, Headlights on top of backbox
Future Spa Bally 1979 Widebody, 1st Bally game to use continuous background sound
Future Spa Bally 1979 Associated Leisure version flyer
Future World Zaccaria 1978 Italian, 4 player version of Zaccaria's 1979 'Space City'
Galahad Bally 1970 2 player version of Bally's 1970 'Camelot'
Galaxie Gottlieb 1971 English flyer, Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Dimension'
Galaxie Gottlieb 1971 Italian flyer, Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Dimension'
Galaxy Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Galaxy Stern Electronics 1980 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 bank drop targets, Kick-out, Kick-back lane.
Galaxy Stern Electronics 1980 German version flyer
Galaxy Ranger Bally 1978 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Gamatron Pinstar 1985 Conversion kit produced by Pinstar (a company owned by Gary Stern)
Gamatron Pinstar 1985 Conversion kit for early solid state Bally & Stern games, Single sided flyer
Gamatron Sonic 1986 Spanish, Similar playfield as Stern's 1980 'Flight 2000'
Game Of Thrones Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2015 Limited edition flyer
Game of Thrones Pro Model Stern Pinball 2015 Based on the HBO T.V series
Game Show Bally 1990 2 ball multi-ball, Bell rings when ball enters hole behind the car sinkhole
The Games Gottlieb 1984 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Vari-target
The Games NSM - Lowen 1985 The playfield is the same as Gottlieb's 1984 'The Games'
Gator Bally 1969 German version of Bally's 1969 'Alligator'
Gaucho Gottlieb 1963 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, Twin roto-targets
Gay 90's Williams 1970 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 drop targets, Swinging target, Up-post
Gay Paree Williams 1957 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, 2 gobble holes
Gemini 2000 Taito do Brasil 1982 Concept is similar to Stern's 'Flight 2000'. Playfield layout is similar to Bally's 'Centaur'
Genesis Gottlieb 1986 2 ball multi-ball, 4 pop bumpers, 2 kicking targets, Vari-target
Genie Gottlieb 1979 Widebody, 5 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Georgia Williams 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Getaway Allied Leisure 1977 Three lanes on right playfield have gates that change direction of ball
The Getaway Williams 1992 German version flyer
The Getaway Williams 1992 Shot map
The Getaway Williams 1992 High Speed II, "Supercharger" Magnetic ball accelerator, Gear shifter
Ghostbusters Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2016 Limited edition flyer
Ghostbusters Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2016 Premium version flyer
Ghostbusters Pro Model Stern Pinball 2016 Art by renowned illustrator Jeremy Packer a.k.a. Zombie Yeti
Gigi Gottlieb 1963 First game with a 'Bonus Score' feature collected at the end of the game
Gilligan's Island Bally 1991 First Bally game to use a Dot Matrix Display (DMD)
Gilligan's Island Bally 1991 Shot map
Gin Chicago Coin 1974 1 player E.M, Convertible to add-a-ball
Gladiator Gottlieb 1956 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Gladiators Gottlieb 1993 4 flippers, Multi-ball, Extra ball buy-in
Gladiators Gottlieb 1993 Japanese version distributed by SAMMY
Glamor Gottlieb 1951 4 flippers, Blocking 'V' gate between flippers
Glamour Lites Jack Rogers 1959 French, A version of Gottlieb's 1956 'Harbor Lites'
Globe Trotter Gottlieb 1951 Kick-out hole between flippers, 2 reverse flippers, 2 normal upper flippers
Go Cart Keeney 1963 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 5 passive bumpers, 6 stand-up targets
The Godfather Petaco 0 Petaco made an export version as Recel's 1974 'The Godfather'
Godzilla Sega 1998 Ball diverter drops ball out of Godzilla's mouth, 4 magnets
Godzilla Sega 1998 German version flyer
Gold Ball Bally 1983 Has 2 balls but no multi-ball, When gold ball is in play all scores are tripled
Gold Ball Bally 1983 German version flyer
Gold Record Chicago Coin 1975 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Top Ten'
Gold Rush Bally 1966 Also made in an Italian add-a-ball version, Backbox animation
Gold Rush Williams 1971 4 player version of Williams 1971 'Klondike'
Gold Star Gottlieb 1954 7 gobble holes (3 have plastic surrounds so they can be lit)
Gold Strike Gottlieb 1975 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'El Dorado', Italian version is 'Lucky Strike'
Gold Wings Gottlieb 1986 4 flippers, 2 ball multi-ball, Air raid siren in cabinet
Gold Wings Vifico 1986 Vifico S.A. built Gottlieb games under license from 1985 to 1989
Golden Arrow Gottlieb 1977 1 player wedgehead, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Golden Bells Williams 1959 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, 1 gobble hole
Golden Cue Sega 1998 Never produced, Later redesigned as Stern's 'Sharkey's Shootout'
Golden Gloves Chicago Coin 1949 Postcard, Similar playfield as Chicago Coin's 1949 'Football'
Golden Gloves Williams 1960 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Gobble hole
Goldeneye Sega 1996 Magnetic ball capturing satellite, Timed magnet save
Goldeneye Sega 1996 German version flyer
Gondolier Gottlieb 1958 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, 3 bulls-eye targets
Gorgar Williams 1979 The 1st talking pinball commercially released. Tom Erhart did the voice
Gorth Play 21 1986 Bumper strength can be regulated by dip switch settings
Granada Williams 1972 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1972 'Spanish Eyes'
Grand Champion Williams 1953 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 10 trap holes
Grand Lizard Williams 1986 4 flippers, Magna-Save, 2 or 3 ball multi-ball, Timed drop targets
Grand Prix Stern Pinball 2005 Same as Nascar but made available outside of North America
Grand Prix Williams 1976 Similar playfield as Williams 1977 'Liberty Bell'
Grand Slam Bally 1983 Made in both 2 and 4 player models
Grand Slam Gottlieb 1953 Depicts female baseball players, 5 outlanes between the flippers
Grand Slam Gottlieb 1972 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1972 'World Series'
Grand Slam Williams 1964 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Grand Tour Bally 1964 Replay version of Bally's 1964 'Happy Tour', New 'Butterfly' Rollovers
Grande Domino Gottlieb 1968 Made exclusively for the Italian market
Granny And The Gators Bally 1984 Combination of a scaled down pinball machine and a video game
Green Pastures Gottlieb 1954 Bumpers must be hit in an order similar to wickets in a croquet game
Gridiron Gottlieb 1977 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Pro Football'
Gridiron Williams 1969 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (football on playing field & clock)
Gridiron Williams 1984 Pitch-n-bat, Conversion kit for Williams 1984 'Pennant Fever'
Groovy Gottlieb 1970 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Crescendo'
Guardians Of The Galaxy L.E Stern Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Guardians Of The Galaxy Premium Stern Pinball 2017 Premium model flyer
Guardians Of The Galaxy Pro Stern Pinball 2017 Pro model flyer
Gulfstream Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Gulfstream Williams 1973 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 stand-up targets, 2 kick-out holes
Gun Club Williams 1953 2 flippers, 2 thumper bumpers, 3 kick-out holes
Gun Men Staal 1977 French, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 (4) bank drop targets
Gun Smoke Chicago Coin 1968 First American game with round Up-post between the flippers
Guns N Roses Data East 1994 Widebody, Plays 9 songs, 6 ball multi-ball, Rose-shaped ball-shooter
Guns N Roses Data East 1994 German version flyer
Gusher Williams 1958 First game to feature a disappearing jet bumper
Guys Dolls Gottlieb 1953 The musical 'Guys and Dolls' opened on Broadway in 1950
Gypsy Queen Gottlieb 1955 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Hairy Singers Rally 1966 French, Playfield has a light projection 'Roto-disque' (roto-disc)
Haiti T.D. Llobregat 1964 Spanish, 1 player E.M
Halley Comet Juegos Populares 1986 Spanish, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 5 drop targets, Captive ball
Handicap Williams 1952 Backbox animation (galloping horses in backbox) similar to 'Hayburners'
Hang Glider Bally 1976 4 player version of Bally's 1975 'Hi Deal'
Hang On Sonic 1988 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 rollunder
Happy Clown Gottlieb 1964 Backbox animation (clown face bounces when 1 point values are scored)
Happy Days Gottlieb 1952 Backbox light animation (tic-tac-toe board), 9 trap holes
Happy Go Lucky Gottlieb 1951 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Blocking 'V' gate between flippers
Harbor Lites Gottlieb 1956 Same playfield layout as Chicago Coin's 1956 'Blondie'
Hardbody Bally 1987 German version flyer, Der nachste Trend
Hardbody Bally 1987 Featuring bodybuilder and the 1st Ms. Olympia, Rachel McLish
Hardbody Bally 1987 U.K version flyer
Harem Playmatic 1974 Spanish, Also made in a 4 player version with the same name
Harem Playmatic 1974 Spanish, Also made in a 1 player version with the same name
Harem Cat Universal 1979 First game to use a video monitor for a score display, 6 player
Harlem Globetrotters Bally 1979 Inspired by Famous Stunt Basketball Team
Harlem Globetrotters Bally 1979 Associated Leisure version flyer
Harley Davidson Bally 1991 The last Bally game to have alphanumeric score displays
Harley Davidson Sega 1999 Last Game produced by Sega but production continued with Stern
Harley Davidson (2nd Edition) Stern Pinball 2002 Re-release of Sega's 1999 'Harley-Davidson' with chrome trim
Harley Davidson (3rd Edition) Stern Pinball 2006 Re-release of Sega's 1999 'Harley-Davidson' with new art & chrome trim
Harmony Gottlieb 1967 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Melody'
Harvest Bally 1964 Replay version of Bally's 1964 'Hay-Ride'
Harvest Moon Gottlieb 1948 Compound scoring bumpers? I think they meant flippers
Haunted House Gottlieb 1982 Widebody with 3 level playfield, 8 flippers, Lightning animation in backglass
Hawaiian Beauty Gottlieb 1954 According to 'The Pinball Compendium' the original name was Monkey Shine
Hawkman Taito do Brasil 1983 Playfield layout same as Bally's 1981 'Fathom'
Hay Burners II Williams 1968 2 zipper flippers, Turret shooter, Backbox animation (horses race)
Hayburners Williams 1951 Released again as Williams 1951 'Jalopy' but with auto racing theme
Hearts And Spades Gottlieb 1969 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Spin A Card'
Hearts Gain Inder 1971 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Hearts Spades Allied Leisure 1978 Cocktail table, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Heat Wave Williams 1964 Backbox animation (thermometer temperature rises), 2 swinging targets
Heavy Hitter Bally 1959 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox light animation (players run bases)
Heavy Hitter Bally 1948 Pitch-n-bat, Counter model or with floor stand
Heavy Metal Meltdown Bally 1987 Boom box speakers on top of backbox - plays heavy metal music
Heavy Metal Meltdown Bally 1987 German version flyer
Hee Haw Chicago Coin 1973 Probably based on the American T.V show of the same name
Hercules Atari 1979 The largest pinball machine ever made at 93" long X 39" wide X 83" high
Hercules Universal 1978 Japanese, Appears electro-mechanical but uses a CPU and has electronic sound
Hi Ball Tecnoplay 1988 Italian, Unique cabinet design
Hi Deal Bally 1975 Convertible to true add-a-ball operation
Hi Diver Gottlieb 1959 Backbox animation (figures dive from diving-board), 4 flippers
Hi Dolly Gottlieb 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Twin roto-targets
Hi Fly Genco 1956 Pitch-n-bat, 3 outs per inning, Adjustable for 1, 2 or 3 innings
Hi Flyer Chicago Coin 1974 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1974 'Sky Rider'
Hi Hand Williams 1957 No flippers, Similar to Bally's 1970 'Joker Wild'
Hi Lo Gottlieb 1969 Italian version of 'Hearts and Spades' and 'Spin A Card'
Hi Lo Ace Bally 1973 1 player add-a-ball with a diamond shape pop bumper lay-out
Hi Score Gottlieb 1967 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Super Score'
Hi Score Pool Chicago Coin 1971 Orange background version, Uses player controlled motorized ball shooter
Hi Score Pool Chicago Coin 1971 Pink background version, Uses player controled motorized ball shooter
Hi Straight Keeney 1960 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers
High Hand Gottlieb 1973 Replay version of 'Capt. Card', Italian version is 'Top Hand'
High Roller Casino Stern Pinball 2001 Slot machine with dot-matrix display, Roulette wheel
High Seas Gottlieb 1976 Add-a-ball version of 'Buccaneer', Italian version is 'Ship Ahoy'
High Speed Williams 1986 First Williams machine to use alpha-numeric displays
Highways Williams 1961 Styling of the 60's with aluminum trim and tapered steel legs
Hit And Run Williams 1970 Pitch-n-bat, Lights on playfield show movement of men around the bases
Hit Line Playmatic 1972 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Hit N Run Gottlieb 1952 Backbox light animation (players run bases)
Hitters Rally Seidel 1997 Pitch-n-bat, Redemption baseball game - dispenses tickets
Hobbit Black Arrow Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Black arrow edition flyer
Hobbit L.E Bronze Armor Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Limited edition with bronze colored trim
Hobbit L.E Bronze Vein Armor Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Limited edition with bronze vein colored trim
Hobbit L.E Gold Vein Armor Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Limited edition with gold vein colored trim
Hobbit L.E Smaug Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Limited edition Smaug version with gold colored trim
Hobbit L.E Smaug Gold Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Limited edition Smaug version with shiny gold colored trim
Hobbit Standard Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2016 Standard edition with stainless steel trim
Hockey Girl Rally 1964 French, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 slingshots, 4 standup targets
Hoe Down Allied Leisure 1978 Singer Roy Clark depicted on backglass
Hokus Pokus Bally 1976 Features 3 pull a rabbit out of your hat spinners
Hollywood Chicago Coin 1976 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1976 'Cinema'
Hollywood Williams 1961 Styling of the 60's with aluminum trim and tapered steel legs
Hollywood Driving Range Williams 1965 Pitch-n-bat with golf theme, Backbox animation (bagatelle)
Hollywood Heat Gottlieb 1986 Miami Vice take-off? Advertised as first to use 8 digit scoring
Home Run Chicago Coin 1972 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox light animation (players run bases)
Home Run Chicago Coin 1954 Blue background, 6 player pitch-n-bat
Homerun King II Sankyo 0 Japanese pitch-n-bat, Year made unknown?
Honey Williams 1972 Up-post, Right ball return gate, Kick-out hole is protected by a drop target
Hong Kong Williams 1952 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 15 trap holes
Hook Data East 1992 BSMT-2000 (Brian Schmidt Music Technology) Sound System
Hook Data East 1992 German version flyer
Hoops Gottlieb 1991 Last Gottlieb "street level" game (simpler & cheaper games)
Hootenanny Bally 1963 First game to have a mushroom bumper
Horse Shoes Williams 1951 2 flippers, 2 thumper bumpers, 2 kicker pockets
Hot & Cold Inder 1978 Spanish, Made in 4 player E.M version & 1 player E.M & S.S versions
Hot Diggity Williams 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, Gobble hole
Hot Doggin Bally 1980 Widebody, Disappearing kick-back lane
Hot Fire Birds NSM - Lowen 1985 German, Woodgrain cabinet, 2 flippers, 2 ball multi-ball
Hot Hand Stern Electronics 1979 A large flipper at top of playfield slowly rotates throughout game play
Hot Hand Stern Electronics 1979 German version flyer
Hot Line Williams 1966 Replay version of Williams 1966 'Big Strike'
Hot Rods Bally 1949 Unique race car game in a pinball cabinet
Hot Shot Gottlieb 1973 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Big Shot'
Hot Shot Basketball Williams 1994 Shoot small basketballs into moving hoop
Hot Shots Gottlieb 1989 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 2 ball multi-ball, Drop target between flippers
Hot Shots Gottlieb 1989 German version flyer
Hot Tip Williams 1977 The second solid state game produced by Williams following 1976 'Aztec'
Hot Wheels Zaccaria 1979 Italian, Swinging target, Ball kickers next to flippers
Houdini American Pinball 2017 First game from this company
Houdini American Pinball 2017 Alternate version flyer
House Of Diamonds Zaccaria 1978 Italian, 4 player version of Zaccaria's 1978 E.M 'Queen's Castle'
Howzat Hankin 1980 Australian, Widebody, A.K.A Dennis Lillie's Howzat (cricket player)
Hula Hula Chicago Coin 1965 Backbox animation (hula dancer)
The Hunter Bell Coin Matics 1980 Italian, Inspired by the movie 'Deer Hunter', Similar to Gottlieb's 'Sinbad'
Hurdy Gurdy Gottlieb 1966 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1966 'Central Park'
Hurricane Williams 1991 Backbox animation (spinning disc), 2 rotating Ferris Wheels
Hurricane Williams 1991 Shot map
Hyde Park Gottlieb 1966 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1966 'Mayfair'
Hyperball Williams 1981 Fires up to 250 3/4" balls per minute at targets on the playfield
Icarus Recel 1977 Spanish, 3 drop targets with 3 stand-up targets behind them
Ice Fever Gottlieb 1985 Backbox animation of hockey puck
Ice Mania I.D.I 1978 Italian, Conversion kit for Gottlieb widebody pins, Last pinball made by I.D.I
Ice Revue Gottlieb 1965 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1966 'Ice Show'
Ice Show Gottlieb 1966 Reproduction Italian postcard by collector Frederico Croci
Ice Show Gottlieb 1966 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1965 'Ice Revue'
Impact Recreativos Franco 1975 Spanish, 4 player version of Recreativos Franco's 1975 'Impacto'
The Incredible Hulk Gottlieb 1979 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 7 bank drop target, No slingshots
Independence Day Sega 1996 Speech from the Motion picture, Alien head multi-ball lock
Independence Day Sega 1996 German version flyer
Indiana Jones Stern Pinball 2008 Based on all 4 movies, Multi-ball (8 ball), Multi-ball Ark, 2 playfield magnets
Indiana Jones Stern Pinball 2008 Pre-release flyer with no writing
Indiana Jones Williams 1993 Widebody, Player controlled tilting upper playfield, Rotating idol head
Indiana Jones Williams 1993 German version fold-out flyer, Player controlled tilting upper playfield
Indiana Jones Williams 1993 Dutch version flyer
Indianapolis T.D. Llobregat 1960 Spanish, 2 player E.M
Indianapolis 500 Bally 1995 Spinning car shakes machine
Indianapolis 500 Bally 1995 German version flyer
InterRail Custom 1973 Postcard, Custom conversion of a Williams 1973 'OXO'
Invasion Stratogy Komputer Dynamics 1975 Unique head to head pinball unveiled at the 1975 trade show in Chicago
Io Moon Sleic 1994 Spanish, Stereo sound, Whirlpool / funnel ramp
Iron Balls Unidesa-Cirsa-Stargame 1987 The looping captured ball feature holds four of the five captive balls
Iron Maiden Stern Electronics 1981 Widebody, Multi-ball (3 ball), Two-level playfield, 4 flippers
Iron Maiden Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the rock band Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the rock band Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Pro Model Stern Pinball 2018 Based on the rock band Iron Maiden
Iron Man Stern Pinball 2010 Based on the movie of the same name
Iron Man Vault Edition Stern Pinball 2014 Remade from 2010 version but with LED lighting upgrade
Jack Bot Williams 1995 3rd in a series including 'Pin Bot' and 'The Machine: Bride of Pin Bot'
Jack In The Box Gottlieb 1973 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Jumping Jack'
Jack N Jill Gottlieb 1948 6 flippers, 3 kick-out holes, Backbox light animation
Jackpot Williams 1971 4 player version of Williams 1971 'Klondike', Similar to 'Gold Rush'
Jacks Open Gottlieb 1977 Replay version of 'Lucky Hand', Italian version is 'Lucky Card'
Jacks To Open Gottlieb 1984 Remake of the 1 player E.M Gottlieb's 1977 'Jacks Open'
Jake Mate Recel 1974 Spanish, 1 player version of Recel's 1975 'Check Mate'
Jalopy Williams 1951 Similar to Williams 1951 'Hayburners' except with different artwork
Jamboree Exhibit 1948 Lower apron refers to the flipper buttons as "skill flip-It buttons"
James Bond 007 Gottlieb 1980 Compete against the clock before time runs out, No limit to number of balls
James Bond 007 Gottlieb 1980 Play meter fold-out, Interview with Bob Bloom
Jarama Centromatic 1973 1 player wedgehead, Collaborators: Florentino Martinez Pons, Tecnopinball
Jet Spin Gottlieb 1977 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Super Spin'
Jig Saw Williams 1957 Collect spots on playfield to lite segments of jig saw puzzle on backglass
Jive Time Williams 1970 Replay version of Williams 1970 'Rock N Roll'
Jive Time Martel 1970 Similar to Williams 1970 'Jive Time'
Jockey Club Gottlieb 1954 4 pop bumpers, 4 flippers, 5 gobble holes, Double award game
Johnny Mnemonic Williams 1995 Magnetic ball lift via movable hand/glove, Matrix ball lock
Joker Gottlieb 1950 3 super action 'pop' bumpers, 2 backwards flippers
Joker Playmatic 1974 Spanish, Produced in both 1 player and 4 player models
Joker Poker Gottlieb 1978 Also made in an electromechanical version
Joker Wild Bally 1970 Bingo style playfield, novelty card game, 25 holes
Jokerz Williams 1988 Spinning wheel in backbox displays poker hand, Multi-ball, Motorized ramp
Jolly Joker Williams 1955 Rolldown play to score poker hands. No flippers
Jolly Jokers Williams 1962 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1962 '3 Coins', Swinging target
Jolly Ride Playmatic 1974 Spanish, Produced in both 1 player and 4 player models
Jolly Roger Williams 1967 First 4 player machine with an on/off switch found in the 'usual' location
Joust Bally 1969 Zipper flippers
Joust Williams 1983 Head-to-head game with 2 players competing against each-other
Jubilee Gottlieb 1955 Only way to lose the ball in play is via the wide gap between the flippers
Jubilee Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Jubilee Williams 1973 4 player version of Williams 1973 'Darling'
Judge Dredd Bally 1993 Shot map
Judge Dredd Bally 1993 Widebody, Superpin, Based on the comic book character and movie
Juke Box Chicago Coin 1976 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1976 'Sound Stage'
Jumpin Jack's Williams 1963 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes (each protected by a drop target)
Jumping Jack Gottlieb 1973 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Jack In The Box'
Jumping Jack Maresa 1973 Playfield layout is the same as Gottlieb's 1973 'Jumping Jack'
Jungle Gottlieb 1972 4 player version of 'Wild Life', 1 players 'Jungle King' and 'Jungle Life'
Jungle Gottlieb 1972 German version flyer
Jungle Williams 1960 Backbox animation (8 animals behind jungle undergrowth at start of game)
Jungle King Gottlieb 1973 Postcard, 1 player add-a-ball version of 'Wild Life' and 'Jungle'
Jungle Life Gottlieb 1973 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Wild Life'
Jungle Lord Williams 1981 Magna-Save, Split-level playfield (2nd of 4 that Williams produced)
Jungle Princess Gottlieb 1977 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Jungle Queen'
Jungle Queen Gottlieb 1977 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Jungle Princess'
Junior League Bat A Ball American Amusement 1946 Stand-up compact legal baseball vending game
Junk Yard Williams 1996 Crane on playfield, Toilet that flushes ball, Doghouse with attack dog
Junk Yard Williams 1996 German version flyer
Jurassic Park Data East 1993 Motion picture, Dinosaur eats ball, Raptor kicks, 6 ball multi-ball
Jurassic Park Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Limited edition flyer
Jurassic Park Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Premium edition flyer
Jurassic Park Pro Model Stern Pinball 2019 Pro version flyer
Just 21 Gottlieb 1950 Introduced the 'Turret Shooter' (rotating ball shooter)
Karate Fight Bally 1986 Export version of Bally Black Belt
Karate Fight Bally 1986 How to play booklet in German
KC Jones Gottlieb 1949 Light animated train on backglass, 1 kick-out hole
Kewpie Doll Gottlieb 1960 The last woodrail made by Gottlieb
Kick Off Bally 1977 4 player version of Bally's 1976 'Quarterback' with a different sports theme
Kick Off Williams 1967 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1967 'Touchdown'
Kick Off Williams 1958 Playfield lights simulate a football advancing towards goalposts
Kicker Chicago Coin 1966 Backbox animation, Center scoring targets with 3 captive balls in each lane
Kicker Gottlieb 1977 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Team One'
King Arthur Gottlieb 1949 2 reverse flippers, 2 kick-out holes, 2 pop bumpers
King Game Petaco 1974 Copy of Gottlieb's 1973 'High Hand'
King Kool Gottlieb 1972 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1972 'King Rock'
King Of Diamonds Gottlieb 1967 Replay version of 'Diamond Jack', Italian version is 'Solitaire'
King Of Diamonds Retro Pinball 2007 Remake/Replica of the original 1967 Gottlieb
King Of Diamonds Retro Pinball 2007 Remake/Replica of the original 1967 Gottlieb, Alternate version
King Of Swat Williams 1955 Pitch-n-bat, Umpire raises arms signaling "safe" as runner crosses home
King Pin Chicago Coin 1951 Backbox animation, Pressing either flipper button activates both flippers
King Pin Gottlieb 1973 Replay version of 'Pin Up', Italian version is 'Ten Up'
King Pin Williams 1962 Norm Clark's first game designed for Williams
King Pin Maresa 1975 Similar to Gottlieb's 1973 'King Pin'
King Rex Bally 1970 Add-a-ball version of Bally's 1969 'King Tut'
King Rock Gottlieb 1972 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1972 'King Kool'
King Tut Bally 1969 Replay version of Bally's 1970 'King Rex'
King Tut Sega - Japan 1969 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Kings Williams 1957 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Kings & Queens Gottlieb 1965 Played by Roger Daltrey in the 1975 film 'Tommy'
Kings Of Steel Bally 1984 Classic card game with lots of drop targets
Kings Of Steel Bally 1984 German version flyer
Kismet Williams 1961 Kismet was a 1953 Broadway musical followed by a 1955 Hollywood film
Kiss Bally 1979 Based on the rock band of the same name, 6 page flyer
Kiss Bally 1979 German version flyer
Kiss Bally 1979 Double sided version
Kiss Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2015 Limited edition flyer
Kiss Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2015 Premium edition flyer
Kiss Pro Model Stern Pinball 2015 Pop bumper caps are the same as Bally's 1979 'Kiss'
Klondike Williams 1971 Replay version of 'Yukon', 1 player version of 'Jackpot'
Knockout Bally 1975 Ball wiggles through centerfield alley to advance bonus
Knockout Gottlieb 1950 Mini boxing ring on playfield, Blocking 'V' gate between flippers
Knockout Blow Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese flyer, Original game design
KZ-26 Playmatic 1984 Spanish, Similar playfield as Playmatic's 1984 'UFO-X'
KZ-26, Mad Race, Megaaton Playmatic 1984 Spanish, Four machines on one flyer
KZ-26, The Raid, Nautilus Playmatic 1984 Spanish, Four machines on one flyer
L'Hexagone Christian Tabart 1986 French conversion kit for Gottlieb's 1979 'Genie'
La Retata Geiger 1992 German, Conversion kit for Williams 1986 'High Speed'
Lady Luck Bally 1986 Card theme, Art deco style artwork
Lady Luck Bally 1986 German version flyer
Lady Luck Bally 1986 U.K version flyer
Lady Luck Gottlieb 1954 Postcard (baseball card sized) 2 flippers, 4 gobble holes, 4 pop bumpers
Lady Luck Recel 1976 Spanish, 4 player E.M, Electronic sound, 2 ball messenger ball
Lady Luck Williams 1968 One pop bumper is enclosed within a ring of bumpers for fast scoring action
Lady Robin Hood Gottlieb 1948 6 flippers, 1 kick-out hole
Lady Sharpshooter Game Plan 1985 1 of 2 cocktail tables with it's own design (Vegas was the other)
Lancers Gottlieb 1961 2 player, 2 flippers, 4 kick-out holes
Laramie Maresa 1976 Copy of Gottlieb's 1975 'Quick Draw'
Lariat Gottlieb 1969 Postcard , Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Wild Wild West'
Las Vegas Th. Bergmann 1967 German, Slightly different backglass and playfield than the color flyer shows
Las Vegas Th. Bergmann 1967 German, Slightly different backglass and playfield than the B&W flyer shows
Laser Ball Williams 1979 Widebody, 3 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2, 3 and 4 bank drop targets
Laser Ball & Gorgar Williams 1979 French flyer from distributor Salmon
Laser Cue Williams 1984 Similar playfield as 'Alien Poker', Originally named 'World Hockey'
Laser War Data East 1987 First production game with stereo sound
Laser War Data East 1987 German version flyer
Last Action Hero Data East 1993 Motion picture, 6 ball multi-ball, Magnets, Shaker motor, Motorized crane
Last Action Hero Data East 1993 German version flyer
Last Lap Playmatic 1978 Spanish, 2 flippers, 1 pop bumpers, 1 (10) bank drop target
Lawman Gottlieb 1971 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Sheriff'
Lazerlord Stern Electronics 1984 Prototype machine and was the last machine manufactured by Stern
Lazy Q Williams 1953 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, Gold bumper caps and flippers
Le Ben Hur Staal 1977 First French solid state pinball, Distributed in England by ACE (slot machines)
Le Grand 8, Sahara Love Christian Tabart 1985 Conversion kits for Gottlieb's 1980 'Panthera' & 1978 'Sinbad'
League Leader Keeney 1958 Pitch-n-bat, 2 can play at same time; 1 pitches while other bats
Lectronamo Stern Electronics 1978 First Stern game with electronic sound with the SB-100 sound board
Lethal Weapon 3 Data East 1992 First game to come with a built-in dollar bill validator
Lethal Weapon 3 Data East 1992 Dutch version flyer
Lexy Lightspeed Multimorphic 2017 Trade show promo card
Lexy Lightspeed Multimorphic 2017 Playfield is 2/3 LCD screen and 1/3 mechanical
Liberty Bell Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Liberty Bell Williams 1977 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 drop targets, 3 kick-out holes
Liberty Belle Gottlieb 1962 4 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 roto-targets
Libra Centromatic 1974 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Lightning Stern Electronics 1981 Stern's 1st double level, 4 flippers, 2 and 3 ball multi-ball, Has speech
Lightning Ball Gottlieb 1959 Roto-Disk animation in backbox spells name to award replays
Lights Camera Action Gottlieb 1989 Mode-based machine with a time counter in the middle of the playfield
Line Drive Williams 1972 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Lite A Card Gottlieb 1960 4 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 gobble holes
Little Chief Williams 1975 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Kick-out hole, Mid-field ball return gate
Little Joe Bally 1972 Dice theme, Up-post
Little League Baseball Midway 1966 Pitch-n-bat, Compact cabinet, Spinning targets on playfield
Little Pro Southland 1964 Pitch-n-bat, Harry Williams creation after he retired
Lizard Game Plan 1980 Introducing new microprocessor sound, Memory recall
Locomotion Zaccaria 1981 Italian, Features artwork with lots of U.S.A symbolism
Loop The Loop Bally 1966 Produced in U.S replay version and Italian add-a-ball version
The Lord Of The Rings Stern Pinball 2003 Moving Balrog blocks center ramp at times, Collapsing tower, Mini-playfield
Lortium Juegos Populares 1987 Spanish, 4 player solid state, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Lost In Space Sega 1998 Spinning magnetic disc, Robot replica
Lost In Space Sega 1998 German version flyer
Lost World Bally 1978 Artist Paul Farris said the backglass figures were based on him & his wife
The Lost World Jurassic Park Sega 1997 Large egg with baby T-Rex inside, "Snagger" captures & lock balls
The Lost World Jurassic Park Sega 1997 German version flyer
LOTR, RBION, TSPP Stern Pinball 2004 Lord of the Rings, Ripley's Believe it or Not, The Simpsons Pinball Party
Love Bug Williams 1971 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1971 'Doodle Bug'
Lovely Lucy Gottlieb 1954 2 flippers, 6 gobble holes, Backglass holdover replay feature
Luck Smile Inder 1976 Spanish, Also made in a single player version
Lucky Ace Sega - Japan 1974 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Lucky Ace Williams 1974 2 player version of Williams 1974 'Dealer's Choice'
Lucky Card Gottlieb 1977 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Lucky Hand'
Lucky Draw Mirco 1978 Cocktail table with classic card theme
Lucky Fruit Zaccaria 1975 Italian, 1 player E.M, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Lucky Hand Gottlieb 1977 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Jacks Open', Italian version is 'Lucky Card'
Lucky Inning Williams 1950 Backbox animation (players run bases), Turret shooter
Lucky Man, Monte Carlo Nordamatic 1976 Italian, 2 game flyer, 2 player 'Lucky Man' and 1 player 'Monte Carlo'
Lucky Seven Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Lucky Seven Williams 1978 Playfield animation (slot machine reels under playfield), Chimes for sound
Lucky Shot C.E.A 1976 Italian, Game is fully electronic with electronic sounds, No CPU
Lucky Strike Gottlieb 1975 Italian version of 'Gold Strike', Add-a-ball version of 'El Dorado'
Lucky Strike Williams 1965 Replay version of Williams 1965 'Bowl A Strike'
Luna Park Cedes S.A. 1950 Reverse wedge head backbox, Mechanical backbox animation
Lunar Shot Williams 1967 Italian add-a-ball version of Williams 1967 'Blast Off'
Mac Attack Mr. Game 1989 Italian, Small video monitor in backbox, Unique cabinet
Mac Attack Mr. Game 1989 Italian version flyer
Mac's Galaxy M.A.C 1986 Spanish, Single postcard-sized circuit board
Mac's Galaxy M.A.C 1986 Spanish, Alternate version flyer
Mac's Galaxy System IV M.A.C 1986 Spanish, Multi game pin table, System 4 conversion kit flyer
Mac's Galaxy, Jungle M.A.C 1987 Spanish, Combo flyer featuring Macs 'Galaxy' and 'Jungle'
Mac's Jungle M.A.C 1987 Spanish, A conversion kit from 'Mac's Galaxy'
Macao Elettrocoin 1968 Macao (Macau) was the oldest European colony in China
The Machine - Bride of Pin Bot Williams 1991 2nd in a series of 3 Pin Bot games including 'Pin Bot' and 'Jack Bot'
The Machine - Bride of Pin Bot Williams 1991 German version flyer
Mad World Bally 1964 Likely inspired by the Hollywood movie 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World'
Mademoiselle Gottlieb 1959 2 flippers, 6 pop bumpers, 5 scoring bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Madison Square Gardens Gottlieb 1950 A 'boxing ring' with 4 one-way gates and pop bumpers as the 2 boxers
The Mafia Team Pinball 2018 First machine from Team Pinball
Magic Playmatic 1973 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 slingshot, 4 stand-up targets
Magic Stern Electronics 1979 2 flippers, 4 spot targets, 2 spinners, 3 pop bumpers, 3 drop targets
Magic Castle Zaccaria 1984 Italian, Backbox animation (Zaccula in his castle)
Magic Circle Bally 1965 Hold over feature, Build up bonus, Free ball gates, Auto ball return
Magic City Williams 1967 Replay version of Williams 1967 'Magic Town'
Magic Clock Williams 1960 First game with a moving target, "Styling of the 60's" cabinet
Magic Picture Pin Arkon 1982 Pinball conversion, Projection device in the middle of playfield
Magic Town Williams 1967 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1967 'Magic City'
Magnotron Gottlieb 1974 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Duotron'
Majestic Gottlieb 1957 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, Roto-target
Major League Williams 1963 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Major League Williams 1955 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Majorettes Gottlieb 1964 Add-a-ball, Error on flyer: game has no "match feature"
Majorettes Williams 1952 Backbox light animation (majorettes light up)
Manhattan T.D. Llobregat 0 Could not find any information about this machine :(
Marathon Gottlieb 1955 2 player E.M, 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Marble Queen Gottlieb 1953 2 flippers, Gobble hole, Large illuminated marbles on playfield
Mardi Gras Williams 1962 First Williams 4 player game with metal flipper bats
Mariner Bally 1971 4 player version of Bally's 1971 'Sea Ray'
Mariner Bally 1971 German version flyer
Mario Andretti Gottlieb 1995 This was the last game designed by Jon Norris for Gottlieb
Mars God Of War Gottlieb 1981 How to play flyer in French
Mars God Of War Gottlieb 1981 Widebody, 1st Gottlieb game with speech, Multi-ball, 4 flippers
Mars Trek Sonic 1977 Spanish, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 5 kick-out holes, Horseshoe lane
Mars Trek Sonic 1977 Spanish, This is a misprint with no text on the back
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Sega 1995 Frankenstein figure throws balls at flippers or bumpers, 6 player
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Sega 1995 German version flyer
Maryland Williams 1949 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes
Masquerade Gottlieb 1966 Backbox animation (fan lowers to reveal face of 'Belle of the Ball')
Master Stroke Recel 1977 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, 15 drop targets
Mata Hari Bally 1978 Margaretha Zelle (1876-1917) exotic dancer & convicted spy during W.W 1
Maverick Data East 1994 First game to use the over-sized 192 x 64 dot matrix display
Maverick Data East 1994 German version flyer
Mayfair Gottlieb 1966 Roy Parkers last artwork for gottlieb before retiring
Medieval Madness Williams 1997 German version flyer
Medieval Madness Williams 1997 Tina Fey (Saturday Night Live) did the voice of the "Opera Singer"
Medieval Madness Remake L.E Chicago Gaming 2015 Limited edition with gold trim
Medieval Madness Remake Chicago Gaming 2016 Standard edition with stainless steel trim
Medusa Bally 1981 4 flippers: upper 2 are "time locked zipper flippers"
Medusa Bally 1981 German version flyer
Meg Aaton Playmatic 1984 Spanish, 4 player solid state, Electronic sound melodies, Multi-ball
Mega Golf Frenzy Custom 2006 Custom built to promote the 2006 EDS Byron Nelson Golf Championship
Melody Bally 1947 Bally's 1st game with flippers, The rolldown version is 'Melody Roll'
Melody Gottlieb 1967 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Sing Along'
Melody Lane Gottlieb 1960 2 player, 2 flippers, 2 match color roto-targets
Memory Lane Stern Electronics 1978 Last Stern game to have an electromechanical chime unit
Memory Lane Stern Electronics 1978 German version flyer
Mephisto Unidesa-Cirsa-Stargame 1987 Spanish, 'Mephisto' is short for 'Mephistopheles' meaning the Devil
Mermaid Gottlieb 1951 Backbox animation (man catches fish when points are scored)
Merry Go Round Gottlieb 1960 First Gottlieb multi-player game with steel rails
Merry Widow Williams 1963 2 swinging targets, Each ball kicker propels the ball at a swinging target
Messalina Rally 1966 Messalina was the promiscuous third wife of Roman Emperor Claudius
Metallica Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Master of puppets, Limited edition flyer
Metallica Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Premium monsters version flyer
Metallica Pro Model Stern Pinball 2013 Pro version flyer
Meteor Stern Electronics 1979 First game to use the SB-300 sound board
Metro Williams 1961 Disappearing pop bumper that lowers into the playfield during play
Mexico '86 Zaccaria 1986 Italian, Mini-playfield has two flippers, 5 cylindrical drop targets
Mibs Gottlieb 1969 Backbox animation (real marbles added to a line of them)
Middle Earth Atari 1978 Widebody, Score displays are on playfield apron and not in backbox
Mike Bossy Game Plan 1982 4 player solid state, Only produced as a prototype
Mikoshi Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese, Mikoshi are portable Shinto shrines
Millionaire Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Millionaire Williams 1987 Under playfield roulette wheel, Oscillating skill-shot diverter in shooter lane
Mini Baseball Chicago Coin 1972 Wall hanging baseball theme made to fit in locations with small spaces
Mini Cycle Gottlieb 1970 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Polo'
Mini Golf Williams 1964 Manikin golfer, Very similar to Southland's 1964 'Little Pro'
Mini Pool Gottlieb 1969 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Target Pool', Italian version is 'Bumper Pool'
Minizag Bally 1968 Asymmetrical playfield, Captive ball, Zipper flippers
Minstrel Man Gottlieb 1951 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Blocking 'V' gate between flippers
Miss Annabelle Gottlieb 1959 Compare playfield design to Gottlieb's 1958 'Double Action'
Miss Nessie Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Miss O Williams 1969 Replay version of Williams 1968 'Cue T'
Miss Spy M.A.M 1967 Spanish, Playfield is described as polyester
Monaco Segasa 1977 Spanish, Similar to Segasa's 1976 'Cannes'
Monday Night Football Data East 1989 Disappearing goal post and ramp, Stereo sound
Monopoly Stern Pinball 2001 3 flippers (not counting rotating flipper), LED marquee, 6 pop bumpers
Monster Bash Williams 1998 Phantom Flip, Universal monsters of rock
Monster Bash Williams 1998 German version flyer
Monte Carlo Bally 1964 NOT the 1st with mushroom bumpers; used earlier on 'Hootenanny'
Monte Carlo Bally 1973 4 player version of Bally's 1973 'Odds & Evens'
Monte Carlo Gottlieb 1987 3 ball multi-ball, Roulette wheel, 10,000,000 point shot
Monte Carlo Gottlieb 1987 German version flyer
Monte Rosa Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese (Monte Rosa: 22 peaks in the Alps between Italy & Switzerland)
Moon Flight Zaccaria 1976 Italian, 1 player E.M, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Moon Shot Bally 1963 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1962 'Tropic Isle', Stop motion backglass
Moon Shot Chicago Coin 1969 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1969 'Astronaut'
Moto Cross Centromatic 0 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Motor Show Mr. Game 1989 Italian, Small video monitor in backbox, Unique cabinet, Stereo sound
Motordome Bally 1986 Choice of 3 different skill levels, New alphanumeric display
Motordome Bally 1986 German version flyer
Moulin Rouge Williams 1965 Backbox animation (making 1-10 progressively lights picture in mirror)
Mousin Around Bally 1989 2 cheese block ball locks grab the ball and hold it below the playfield
Movie Masters I.D.I 1978 Italian, Conversion kit, Similar playfield as Bally's 1984 'Black Pyramid'
Mr & Mrs Pacman Bally 1982 Video mode "Pac Maze Grid" in the middle of the playfield
Mr & Mrs Pacman Bally 1982 German version flyer
Mr Doom Recel 1979 Spanish, Similar playfield as Recel's 1978 'Mr. Evil'
Mr Doom Recel 1979 German version, Similar playfield as Recel's 1978 'Mr. Evil'
Mr Evil Recel 1978 Spanish, Similar playfield as Recel's 1979 'Mr. Doom'
Mundial 90 Inder 1990 Spanish, Same as Inder's 1990 'Flip-VI' but without monitor in backbox
Munsters Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Based on the original TV series
Munsters Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2019 Based on the original TV series
Munsters Pro Model Stern Pinball 2019 Based on the original TV series
Music Man Williams 1960 Opened on Broadway in 1957, Made into a Hollywood movie in 1962
Mustang Chicago Coin 1964 2 player E.M, Revolving target carousel
Mustang Gottlieb 1977 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Bronco'
Mustang Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2014 Limited edition flyer
Mustang Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2014 Premium "Boss" edition
Mustang Pro Model Stern Pinball 2014 First "Pro" model to have "all LED lighting"
Mystery Castle Alvin G. and Company 1993 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Collect items for scavenger hunt
Mystery Score Midway 1965 Pitch-n-bat type machine but not baseball themed
Mystic Bally 1980 Artist Margaret Hudson posed for the large eye on the backglass
Mystic Marvel Gottlieb 1954 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Mystic Star Zaccaria 1986 Italian, Conversion kit, Was shipped as a complete game less circuit boards
Nags Williams 1960 Backbox animation (horses race)
Naples Williams 1957 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 6 kick-out holes
Nascar Stern Pinball 2005 Same game as Stern's 2005 'Grand Prix' (not available in USA or Canada)
Nautilus Zaccaria 1977 Italian, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 8 drop targets, Kick-out hole
NBA Stern Pinball 2009 Spinning disk, Basketball backboard with magnet
NBA Fastbreak Bally 1997 Back box with flipper shoots orange ball through hoop
NBA Fastbreak Bally 1997 Linked version flyer
New Canasta MarsaPlay 2010 A remake of Inder's 1986 'Canasta 86'
New Excitement From Atari Atari 1977 Generic flyer promoting Atari's latest games
New Wave Bell Games 1985 Italian, Conversion kit, Similar playfield as Bally's 1984 'Black Pyramid'
New World Playmatic 1976 Spanish, 4 player version of Playmatic's 1976 'Conquest 200'
New York Gottlieb 1976 Postcard, Celebrating the lifting of the laws that banned pinball in N.Y
New York Th. Bergmann 0 German manufacturer, Year made unknown?
NFL Stern Pinball 2001 Based on "Striker Xtreme" (soccer themed) Re-produced as "NFL"
NFL Stern Pinball 2001 Could be ordered with logo of any NFL team, 2-sided flyer
NFL Stern Pinball 2001 Game built exclusively for distributor Betson/ Imperial, 1-sided flyer
Niagara Gottlieb 1951 Backbox light animation (people tumble down waterfall as targets are hit)
Night Fever Sonic 1979 Spanish, Based on the 1977 Hollywood movie "Saturday Night Fever"
Night Moves Int. Concepts 1989 Cocktail table, Made by Premier under contract for International Concepts
Night Rider Bally 1976 Produced in both solid state and electromechanical versions
Night Rider Bally 1977 German solid state version flyer
Nine Ball Stern Electronics 1980 After 60 + software revisions 'Nine Ball' still had problems on location
Nine Ball Stern Electronics 1980 German version flyer
Nine Sisters (9 Sisters) Williams 1953 First pinball machine to use a ramp on playfield
Nip It Bally 1973 German version flyer
Nip It Bally 1973 Used on the set of Arnold's Drive-in on the T.V show 'Happy Days'
Nitro Ground Shaker Bally 1980 Drag racing theme with nice artwork by Dave Christensen
Nitro Ground Shaker Bally 1980 Associated Leisure version flyer
No Fear Williams 1995 Four multi-ball modes, Magnetic ball acelerator, Talking Skull
No Good Gofers Williams 1997 Floating slam ramp to upper playfield, Gofers pop up & down
North Star Gottlieb 1964 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 kick-out holes
Nostalgia Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Now Gottlieb 1971 2 drop target banks (4 targets each), 3 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out shooters
Ted Nugent Stern Electronics 1978 Uses the SB-100 sound board
Oasis Exhibit 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 6 kick-out holes
Oceans Deep Famaresa 0 Playfield similar to Gottlieb's 1975 'Fast Draw'
Odds & Evens Bally 1973 2 player version of Bally's 1973 'Monte Carlo'
Odin Deluxe Sonic 1985 Spanish, Similar to the Spanish made Peyper's 1985 'Odin'
Official Baseball Williams 1960 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Official Baseball Williams 1960 Pitch-n-bat, Question and answer info sheet
Oh Boy Williams 1964 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, 2 outlane kickers
Oklahoma Gottlieb 1961 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 2 ball kickers, 2 roto-targets
Oklahoma United 1949 United referred to their flippers as "control kickers" on this game
Oktoberfest American Pinball 2018 Pinball on tap
Old Chicago Bally 1976 Gangster John Dillinger depicted on the backglass
Old Faithful Gottlieb 1949 Old Faithful is a geyser located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Old Plantation Keeney 1961 Essentially a slot machine with a flipperless pinball playfield attached
Olympic Games Jeutel 1984 French, Postcard, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 5 bank drop target
Olympic Goblin Phenix Pinball 2018 Renamed to Goblin Contest due to a permissions issue with the term "olympic"
Olympic Hockey Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Olympic Hockey Williams 1972 Backbox animation (puck moves across hockey rink)
Olympics Chicago Coin 1975 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Super Star'
Olympics Gottlieb 1962 Backbox light animation (olympic cities light up), 2 flippers
Olympics Williams 1952 2 flippers, 4 trap holes light up thumper bumpers
On Beam Bally 1969 Backglass shows space station and ship traveling on any of 4 beams
Op Pop Pop Bally 1969 Zipper flippers, Mushroom bumpers, Bagatelle in upper playfield
Operation Thunder Gottlieb 1992 All Gottlieb machines after Operation Thunder used dot-matrix displays
Operation Thunder Gottlieb 1992 German version flyer
Orbit Gottlieb 1971 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Outer Space'
Orbit 1 Hankin 1978 First Australian made pinball machine
Orbitor 1 Stern Electronics 1982 Widebody, Moon-like cratered playfield, 2 ball multi-ball, Speech
Out Of Sight Gottlieb 1974 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Far Out'
Outer Space Gottlieb 1972 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1971 'Orbit'
Oxford Maresa 0 Similar to Gottlieb's 1969 'College Queens'
OXO Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
OXO Williams 1973 Tic-tac-toe matrix in center playfield lit from underneath
Paddock Williams 1969 Replay version of Williams 1969 'Post Time'
Palace Guard Gottlieb 1968 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottliebs 1968 'Royal Guard'
Palooka Williams 1964 Add-a-ball, 5 drop targets, 3 pop bumpers, 2 mushroom bumpers
Panthera, The Legend Of Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 3 (4) bank drop targets
Par Golf Chicago Coin 1965 Golf game in pinball type cabinet
Paradise Gottlieb 1965 Backbox animation (hula girl dances), Projection roto unit under playfield
Paradise United 1948 2 flippers, 12 passive bumpers, 3 kick-out saucers, 2 kick-out holes
Paragon Bally 1979 Bally's 1st Widebody and 1st use of inline drop targets
Paragon Bally 1979 German version flyer
Paratrooper Williams 1952 The automatic flippers activate when balls land in the pockets
Party Playmatic 1979 Spanish, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 1 (4) bank drop target
Party Playmatic 0 Spanish, 1 player E.M, Year made is unknown?
Party Animal Bally 1987 Juke Box that changes tunes when targets are hit
Party Animal Bally 1987 German version flyer
Party Animal Bally 1987 U.K version flyer
Party Zone Bally 1991 Animated Captain B-Zarr's head turns to follow the ball around playfield
Party Zone Bally 1991 Shot map
Pat Hand Williams 1975 4 player version of Williams 1975 'Satin Doll'
Paul Bunyan Gottlieb 1968 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Big Jack'
Pennant Baseball Williams 1953 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Pennant Fever Williams 1984 First pitch-n-bat game by Williams to use solid state electronics
Perky Williams 1956 First electromechanical game to use printed circuits
Petaco Juegos Populares 1984 Same playfield layout as SLEIC's 1994 'Sleic Pin Ball'
Petaco Juegos Populares 1984 Spanish, Folder/Flyer
Peter Pan Williams 1955 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Kick-out hole, Gobble hole
Phantom Of The Opera Data East 1990 Based on the French novel by Gaston Leroux, 1st published in 1910
Pharoah Williams 1981 Split-level playfield, Magna-Save, 2 ball multi-ball
Phoenix Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Phoenix Williams 1978 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 10 drop targets
Piccadilly Williams 1956 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, Gobble hole
Picnic Gottlieb 1958 2 roto-targets can score with a single hit. Has a 'Speshul when lit' rollover
Pin Ball Joctronic 1987 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Pin Bot Williams 1986 Playfield design used again on Williams 1995 'Jack Bot'
Pin Bowler Chicago Coin 1949 Backbox light animation - bowling ball rolls toward pins
Pin Up Gottlieb 1975 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1973 'King Pin'
Pin Wheel Gottlieb 1953 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers. 8 trap holes
Pinball Stern Electronics 1977 Stern produced 594 electromechanical and 1,694 solid state models
Pinball Stern Electronics 1977 E.M version flyer, Game was made in both Solid State and E.M
Pinball 2000 Williams 1999 German version flyer, 8 page
Pinball 2000 Williams 1999 Advertising the new age in pinball
Pinball Action Tehkan 1985 Video pinball game
Pinball Champ '82 Zaccaria 1982 Italian, Zaccaria's 1st multi-level game, 4 flippers (2 on upper playfield)
Pinball Magic Capcom 1995 Magnetic magic wand carries balls to various locations. Ball-levitating stage
Pinball Magic Capcom 1995 6 page flyer
The Pinball Patron Stern Electronics 1976 Sneak peek into pinball freak
Pinball Pizazz Williams 1983 European version
Pinball Pizazz Williams 1983 3 in 1 flyer (Warlock - Defender - Time Fantasy)
The Pinball Planet Stern Electronics 1980 Pinball tide spreads world wide
Pinball Pool Gottlieb 1979 Remotrip drop targets; Hitting a target knocks down the opposing target
The Pinball Projectile Stern Electronics 1990 Steel ball tells all, Richard Leslie
The Pinball Prophets Stern Electronics 1990 Sam Stern and Harry Williams
Pinball Tronic Bifuca 2010 Virtual pinball machine
Pinch Hitter United 1949 Postcard, Baseball theme, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Pinch Hitter Williams 1959 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Pink Panther Gottlieb 1981 Widebody, Multi-ball, 3 flippers, Captive ball
Pinky Williams 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Pioneer Gottlieb 1976 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Spirit of 76'
Pirate Gold Chicago Coin 1969 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, Horseshoe lane
Pirates Of The Caribbean Stern Pinball 2006 Licensed theme from the Disney movie starring Johnny Depp
Pirates of the Caribbean Jersey Jack Pinball 2018 Compares the 3 different versions of the game
Pirates of the Caribbean Collectors Jersey Jack Pinball 2018 Collectors edition flyer
Pirates of the Caribbean L.E Jersey Jack Pinball 2018 Limited edition flyer
Pirates of the Caribbean Standard Jersey Jack Pinball 2018 Standard edition flyer
Pistol Poker Alvin G. and Company 1993 Backbox light animation (playing cards light up)
Pit Stop Williams 1968 Separate scoring reels for each player to count "laps" around playfield
Pitch & Bat Williams 1966 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Pitch'Em & Bat'Em Scientific 1934 Pitch-n-bat, Instruction decal on playfield glass, B&W
Pitch'Em & Bat'Em Scientific 1934 Pitch-n-bat, Instruction decal on playfield glass, Blue flyer version
Pitch'Em & Bat'Em Scientific 1934 Pitch-n-bat, Instruction decal on playfield glass, Color flyer
Planets Williams 1971 Widebody, Similar to 'Zodiac', Intended for New York distribution
Play Ball Chicago Coin 1951 Oversized unconventional playfield, No bat
Play Ball Midway 1965 Pitch-n-bat, Knock down baseball targets on playfield
Play Boy Rally 1967 French, Similar playfield as Rally's 1968 'Comics'
Play Pool Gottlieb 1972 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1973 'Pro Pool'
Play Time Playmatic 1973 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Playball Gottlieb 1971 Replay version of 'Home Run', 1st Gottlieb to use 3" flipper bats
Playboy Bally 1978 Hugh Hefner with Playmates Patti McGuire and Sondra Theodore
Playboy Stern Pinball 2002 Unfolding centerfold toy, "Tease" screen, Peek-a-Boo beaded curtain
Playboy 35th Anniversary Data East 1989 Data East's version of Playboy, Bally made the 1st one in 1978
Playland Exhibit 1950 Bobble bumpers?, probably Exhibit's term for their passive bumpers
Playmates Gottlieb 1968 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Domino'
Playtime Chicago Coin 1968 Action holes kick ball from side to side, Up-post
Pokemon Custom 2006 Custom built pinball machine with Pokemon theme
Poker Playmatic 1969 Spanish, 1 player wedghead, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
Poker Face Gottlieb 1953 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 6 gobble holes
Poker Face Keeney 1963 Backbox light animation (playing cards light up)
Poker Plus Recel 1977 Spanish, Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Poker Plus Recel 1978 Spanish, Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Pokerino Williams 1978 Widebody, 4 flippers (double action flippers)
Pole Position Sonic 1987 Spanish, 4 player solid state, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Police Force Williams 1989 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 ramps, 2 ball multi-ball
Polo Gottlieb 1970 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Mini Cycle'
Polo T.D. Llobregat 0 Spanish, 1 player E.M
Pool Champion Zaccaria 1985 Italian, 6 drop targets that look like pool balls
Pool Player Illinois Pinball 2000 Scheduled to be produced by Gene Cunningham but no games were sold
Pool Sharks Bally 1990 Choose between 8 or 9 ball, No multi-ball
Pool Sharks Bally 1990 German version flyer
Pop 3000 Bill Port 0 Similar playfield to Bally's 1969 'Op-Pop-Pop' except no pop bumpers
Pop A Card Gottlieb 1972 Postcard, Replay version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Drop A Card'
Pop Up Chicago Coin 1965 Not pinball; score criss cross with bouncing balls
Popeye Bally 1994 Widebody, Some dialogue from the original cartoons
Popeye Bally 1994 German version flyer
Post Time Williams 1969 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1969 'Paddock'
Pot O Gold Williams 1965 Backbox animation (bagatelle in backbox)
Power Play Bally 1978 First solid state game with an Up-post (according to "Pinball Snapshots")
Pretty Baby Williams 1965 2 kick-out holes (each kick-out hole is protected by a drop target)
Preview Gottlieb 1962 2 player E.M, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Prima Pinball Pralinen Sega 1999 Multiple game flyer with chocolates of games
Pro Bowler Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese, Basically a copy of Williams 'Mini Bowl'
Pro Football Gottlieb 1973 Turret Shooter, 4 flippers, 2 vari-targets
Pro Football Maresa 1974 A near copy of Gottlieb's 1973 'Pro Football'. Reportedly made from particle board
Pro Pool Gottlieb 1973 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 2 player 'Big Shot' and 4 player 'Hot Shot'
Professional Pinball - Challenger Professional Pinball 1981 Canadian, Pinball conversion for early Bally S.S pinballs, Fold-out
Professional Pinball - Challenger Professional Pinball 1981 Canadian, Pinball conversion for early Bally solid state pinballs
Professional Pinball Professional Pinball 1981 Professional Pinball Players Association advertising flyer
Prospector Sonic 1977 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, Upper right kickback
Psychedelic Gottlieb 1970 1 player Italian version of 2 player 'Crescendo' and 4 player 'Groovy'
Puddin Head Genco 1948 Postcard, Offspring of 'Screwball'
Punchy The Clown Alvin G. and Company 1993 Miniature sized cabinet, Redemption pinball; dispenses tickets
Punk Gottlieb 1982 Widebody, Still produced after the designer of the playfield left the company
Pyramid Gottlieb 1978 2 player E.M version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Cleopatra'
Q Bert's Quest Gottlieb 1983 Widebody, Also produced as a video game called 'Q Bert' in 1982
Quarterback Bally 1976 Japanese flyer distributed by 'Taito'
Quarterback Bally 1976 The objective is to move a football down the field to score touchdowns
Quarterback Genco 1957 Pitch-and-bat with a football theme
Quartette Gottlieb 1952 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 trap holes
Que Bueno M.A.M 1966 Reverse wedge head backbox, Same playfield layout as MAM's 'Mexico'
Queen Of Diamonds Gottlieb 1959 Backbox animation (roto-target in backbox), Similar to 'World Beauties'
Queen Of Hearts Gottlieb 1952 First game to introduce the gobble hole scoring feature
Quick Draw Gottlieb 1975 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Fast Draw'
Quicksilver Stern Electronics 1980 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 & 4-bank drop targets, 2 rollunder spinners
Quintette Gottlieb 1953 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 5 gobble holes
Race Stars Geiger 1979 German, Conversion kit for Bally's 1977 'Evel Knievel'
Race The Clock Williams 1955 Williams first 4 player game
Race Time Gottlieb 1959 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 3 gobble holes
Race Way Midway 1963 Widebody, Same backbox animation as Midway's 1964 'Winner'
Racers Playmatic 1968 Spanish, Wedghead, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Horseshoe lane
Rack A Ball Gottlieb 1962 Backbox animation (billiard balls added)
Rack Em Up Gottlieb 1983 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Upper left kickback
Radical Bally 1990 2 ball multi-ball, 4 flippers, Skate board theme
Radical Bally 1990 German version flyer
Rainbow Gottlieb 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 3 gobble holes
Rally Girl Rally 1966 French, 1st of Rally's pinball's to use circuit boards for the relays
Ramona United 1949 2 flippers, 6 passive bumpers, 5 kick-out holes
Rancho Gottlieb 1966 Postcard, Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1965 'Cow Poke'
Rancho Gottlieb 1966 Italian add-a-ball version of 'Cowpoke', Backbox animation
Rancho Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Rancho Williams 1977 The last game that Harry Williams designed for Williams
Rapid Fire Bally 1982 Bally's response to Williams 1981 'Hyperball'
Rat Race Williams 1983 Cocktail table with joystick controlled tilting playfield, Never produced
Raven Gottlieb 1986 First game to use a photographic backglass
Rawhide Chicago Coin 1977 4 player version of Chicago Coin's 1977 'Stampede'. Also produced by Stern
Rawhide Stern Electronics 1977 4 player version of Stern's 1977 'Stampede'
Ready Aim Fire Gottlieb 1983 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers
Red & Ted's Road Show Williams 1994 Widebody, "SuperPin", Shaker motor, 2 talking animated heads
Red & Ted's Road Show Williams 1994 German version flyer
Red Arrow Europlay 1978 Italian, Copy of Gottlieb's 1977 'Golden Arrow'
Red Baron Chicago Coin 1975 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Blue Max'
Regatta Williams 1955 2 flippers, 2 thumper bumpers, 2 "flash back" kickers
Reggio Maresa 1972 1 player version of Gottlieb's 1972 2 player "King Kool" and 4 player "King Rock"
Register Gottlieb 1956 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Reno Williams 1957 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 5 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Rescue 911 Gottlieb 1994 Toy helicopter lifts the ball (magnetically) and flies over to the playfield
Rescue 911 Gottlieb 1994 Japanese version distributed by Sammy
Rescue 911 Gottlieb 1994 German version flyer
Reserve Williams 1961 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, 1 gobble hole
Revenge From Mars Bally 1999 Successor to 'Attack From Mars', 1st release under the pinball 2K concept
Revenge From Mars Bally 1999 Pinball tournament flyer, Stop playing with yourself !
Rider's Surf Joc Matic S.A 1986 Spanish, Internet Pinball Database states manufacturer as Joctronic
Rio Playmatic 1977 Spanish, 3 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 9 stand-up targets
Rip Snorter Genco 1949 One of Genco's first flipper pinball machines
Ripley's Believe It Or Not Stern Pinball 2004 Multi-level rules for advanced or beginners, Shrunken head magnet
Riverboat Williams 1964 Backbox light animation (playing cards light up), Swinging target
Riverboat Gambler Williams 1990 Use buttons on lockdown bar to bet on roulette wheel animation in backbox
Riverboat Gambler Williams 1990 German version flyer
Riviera Chicago Coin 1973 The flyer refers to the "Up-post" as an "Up-ball saver", 4 flippers
Ro Go Bally 1974 Horseshoe lane, Double-gated ball return lane, Mushroom bumper
Road Kings Williams 1986 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Entrance to center ramp blocked by drop target
Road Race Gottlieb 1969 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1970 'Stock Car'
Road Race Maresa 0 A copy of Gottlieb's 1969 'Road Race'
Robin Hood Sega - Japan 1972 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Robo War Gottlieb 1988 There are no people depicted in the artwork
Robo War Gottlieb 1988 German version flyer
Robocop Data East 1990 Motion picture, Introduction of solid state flippers
Robocop Data East 1990 German version flyer
Robot Zaccaria 1984 Italian, Ball crossing elevated robot bridge raises five robot targets
Robot Zaccaria 1985 German version flyer
Rock Gottlieb 1985 First game to have a translite instead of a screened backglass
Rock Encore Gottlieb 1986 A 15 minute art and sound conversion kit for any 'Rock' pinball game
Rock Makers Bally 1968 3 flippers (lower 2 are zipper flippers)
Rock N Roll Williams 1970 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1970 'Jive Time'
Rock On Allied Leisure 1975 4 player version of Allied Leisure's 1975 'Dyn O Mite'
Rocket Bally 1947 Backglass featured in the closing credits of "The History Of Pinball" video
Rocket Williams 1959 Try shooting for all seven rockets
Rocket III Bally 1967 Zipper flippers, Left outlane ball kicker, Right outlane ball return gate
Rocket Ship Gottlieb 1958 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1958 'Contest' and Gottlieb's 1959 'Atlas'
Rockettes Gottlieb 1950 A roll-over button changes the direction of kick-out holes from north to south
Rocky Gottlieb 1982 Widebody, Seen in "Rocky III" using a prop backglass for the movie
Rocky And Bullwinkle Data East 1993 Backbox animation (Bullwinkle pulls Rocky, a Rhino, or a Lion from a hat)
Rodeo Briarwood 1977 Home model (no coins), Briarwood was a division of Brunswick
Rodeo Midway 1964 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Turret shooter
Roller Coaster Gottlieb 1971 Kick-out holes send the ball over 'roller coaster' tracks to the flipper inlanes
Roller Coaster Tycoon Stern Pinball 2002 Developed by Pat Lawlor Design based on popular PC-CD game
Roller Disco Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, 4 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 (5) bank drop targets
Rollergames Williams 1990 3 flippers (magnet shot by upper flipper), 2-stage kickback, Multi-ball
Rolling Stones Bally 1980 Ladies and Gentlemen .... "The Rolling Stones"
The Rolling Stones Stern Pinball 2011 Plays 13 original Rolling Stones songs
Rompeolas Maresa 0 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, Rompeolas means Breakwater
Rondeevoo United 1948 The flyer shows flippers at top center of the playfield
Rondo Auto Flipper Werbeplan 1971 German, Miniature car racing in a pinball cabinet
Rose Bowl Gottlieb 1951 Flippers placed at outside edges of playfield
Rotation VIII Midway 1978 Cocktail table, Playfield automatically rotates to next player's position
Roto Pool Gottlieb 1958 Backbox animation (miniature pool balls light when playfield targets are hit)
Round Up Bally 1971 Very low production game with only 70 units made
Round Up Gottlieb 1948 4 reverse flippers, 7 static bumpers (no pop bumpers)
Royal Flash Chicago Coin 1964 2 player E.M, 4 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
Royal Flush Gottlieb 1957 First game from any manufacturer to have the match feature
Royal Flush Gottlieb 1976 4 player version of 'Card Whiz'. Later remade as 'Royal Flush Deluxe'
Royal Flush Deluxe Gottlieb 1983 Remake of Gottlieb's 1976 'Royal Flush'
Royal Guard Gottlieb 1968 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Palace Guard'
Royal Pair Gottlieb 1974 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Top Card'
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 French, Similar to Williams 1959 'Fiesta'
San Francisco Williams 1964 Backbox animation (moving arrow), Last E.M with a gobble hole
Sapporo Sega - Japan 1971 Japanese, Commemorates the Winter Olympics held in Sapporo in 1972
Satellite C.E.A 1978 Italian, Simplified copy of Gottlieb's E.M 'Jet 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 Italian, 1 player wedgehead
Saturn 2 Bell Games 1985 Italian, 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
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 Italian, Cabinet has a smooth clear coat unlike American-made cabinets
Scramble Tecnoplay 1987 Italian, Uses Zaccaria CPU, power supply, driver boards, and 8-digit displays
Screamo Williams 1954 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 6 passive bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, Gobble hole
Screech Inder 1976 Spanish, Produced in both 1 player and 4 player solid state models
Scuba Gottlieb 1970 2 player E.M, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
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 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, Mini-bagatelle on playfield
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 Right outlane ball return gate, Left kick-back outlane, Center Up-post
See Saw Bally 1970 German version flyer
Select A Card Gottlieb 1950 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1950 'Just 21'
Serenade Playmatic 1969 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 muchroom bumpers, 5 "kick" targets
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 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
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 Spanish, Produced in both E.M & S.S versions & in a 4 player E.M version
Shamrock Williams 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers (1 between the flippers), 3 gobble holes
Shanghai Chicago Coin 1948 Postcard
Shangri La Williams 1967 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 rotating targets, Upper right ball return gate
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 4 flippers, 3-ball multi-ball, Vari-target, Swinging 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
Sharkey's Shootout Stern Pinball 2000 Playfield adapted from Bally's 1981 'Eight Ball Deluxe'
Sharpshooter Game Plan 1979 4 player S.S, The image of the cowboy 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 II 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 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out holes, Roto-target
Shoo Shoo Williams 1951 Encyclopedia of Pinball claimed Harry Williams named this after his dog
Shoot The Moon Williams 1951 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, Tilt penalty is ball in play
Shooting The Rapids Zaccaria 1978 Italian, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 8 drop targets
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 4 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 5 gobble holes
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 Data East 1990 A good game especially if your a Simpson's fan
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 Roto-target, 7 light animated clowns in backbox, No gobble holes
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
Ski Club Williams 1965 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1965 'Alpine Club'
Ski Jump Zaccaria 1978 Italian, 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 Italian, 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 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 1 passive bumper, 2 gobble holes, Drop target
Skill Score Bally 1960 Unusual upright pinball, No flippers, 250 made
Skipper Gottlieb 1969 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 vari-targets, Rotating arrow bumper
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 Double skill-selectable carry over feature, New divided coin box
Sky Fly Europlay 1978 Italian, 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'
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 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Slalom Code 0.3 Unidesa-Cirsa-Stargame 1988 Ski theme, Spanish 4 player
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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 3 kick-out holes, 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 Italian (English text), 2 level playfield, 5 flippers (4 on main - 1 on upper)
Soccer Kings Zaccaria 1982 Italian, 2 level playfield, 5 flippers (4 on main - 1 on upper)
Soccer Kings, Pinball Champ Zaccaria 1983 Italian - 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 Magna-Save, Split-level playfield
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 Spanish, 4 player solid state
Solids N Stripes Sega - Japan 1971 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Solids N Stripes Williams 1971 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes, Center Up-post
Solitaire Gottlieb 1967 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1967 'Diamond Jack'
The Sopranos Stern Pinball 2005 Pole dancers, Talking fish head, Safe, Tony Soprano's boat
Sorcerer Williams 1985 3 flippers, 2 ball multi-ball, Background sound & speech, 2nd chance post
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 Mr. Hankey pops out of toilet bowl tank, Speech from the T.V show
South Park Sega 1999 Prototype version flyer
South Park Sega 1999 German version flyer
Southern Belle Gottlieb 1955 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 2 passive bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Southpaw Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Space Gambler Playmatic 1978 Spanish, Probably the first solid state game by Playmatic
Space Hawks Nuova Bell Games 1986 Italian, Has the same game play as Bally's 1985 'Cybernaut'
Space Invaders Bally 1979 Widebody, Alien on the backglass was 'borrowed' from the movie 'Alien'
Space Invaders Bally 1979 German version flyer, Widebody
Space Invaders Bally 1979 Associated Leisure version 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 Spanish, System 4 conversion kit pinball machine
Space Race Recel 1977 Spanish, 4 player E.M, Electronic sound
Space Riders Atari 1978 Widebody, 3 messenger balls - each protected by a drop target
Space Ship Unidesa-Cirsa-Stargame 1986 Spanish, 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 Italian, Associated Leisure version flyer
Space Shuttle Zaccaria 1980 Italian, 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 as Williams 'Space Shuttle'
Space Station Williams 1987 Turning Space Station, Lights change from white to green during multi-ball
Space Station Williams 1987 U.K version flyer
Space Team Tecnoplay 1988 Italian, 6 player, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4-ball multiball
Space Time Bally 1972 4 player version of Bally's 1973 'Time Zone'
Space Train M.A.C 1988 Spanish, 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 Spanish, 4 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Multi-ball
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 Spanish, 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 German version of 'Special Force'
Spectra IV Valley 1978 Cocktail table, Playfield is manually rotated under a stationary glass top
Spectra IV 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 Italian, Roller Coaster theme, Artwork by Gordon Morison
Spider Man Stern Pinball 2007 Doc Ock's magnet, Green goblin, Venom's ramp, Sandman's whirlwind
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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 kick-out hole, Roto-targets
Spin Wheel Gottlieb 1968 First Gottlieb 4 player with new pop bumper design, illuminated coin entry
Spinball Chicago Coin 1948 Sensational 'spinning' bumper, Balls zoom and whiz!
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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 captive balls, 1 gobble hole
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, Backbox animation (an owl opens and closes its eyes)
Spooky Zaccaria 1987 German version flyer
Sport 2000 Unidesa-Cirsa-Stargame 1988 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 4 ball multiball, 8 standup targets, 2 spinning targets
Sportsman Williams 1952 Pull trigger to aim turret shooter at ducks or to use flippers
Spot A Card Gottlieb 1960 2 flippers, 4 kick-out holes, Gobble hole, Backbox light animation
Spot Bowler Gottlieb 1950 1 player E.M, Mini bowling pins that light up on the playfield
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 Auto ball launcher also starts instant multi-ball, 4 flippers
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
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
Star Battle Coffee Mat 1978 Cocktail table
Star Explorer Rapid 1977 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Star Explorer Sentinel 1977 Home model (non-commercial machine) Flying Aces, Demo Derby, CB Charlie
Star Fire Williams 1956 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 1 gobble hole
Star God Zaccaria 1980 Italian, 2 flippers, 1 pop bumper, 4 and 8 bank drop targets
Star Jet Bally 1963 Flyer refers to 'multi-ball' as 'sensational new Blast-Off extra balls feature'
Star Light Williams 1984 Spinning target, 2 ball multi-ball. Separate lane change button on right side
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 brochure 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 Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Limited edition flyer
Star Trek Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2013 Premium version flyer
Star Trek Pro Model 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 Great toy for Star Wars fans, Death Star, R2-D2, May the force be with you
Star Wars Data East 1992 German version flyer
Star Wars Episode I Williams 1999 German version flyer
Star Wars Episode I Williams 1999 Last game manufactured by Williams before closing 10-25-1999
Star Wars Episode I Williams 1999 Multiple product line flyer
Star Wars Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2017 Limited edition flyer
Star Wars Pro Model 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 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 16 trap holes
Stars Sega - Japan 1978 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Stars Stern Electronics 1978 Had electronic sound and chimes
Starship Troopers Sega 1997 Moving "Warrior Bug", "Brain Bug" pop-up in playfield
Startime Keeney 1961 Startime was adjustable for one or two ball play
Steeple Chase United 1952 Mechanical backbox animation (6 galloping horses race), No flippers
Steeple Chase Williams 1957 2 flippers, 2 cyclonic kickers, 3 jet action bumpers
Stellar Wars Sega - Japan 1979 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Stellar Wars Williams 1979 Widebody, 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 3 and 4 bank drop targets
Stern 30 Year Anniversary Stern Pinball 2016 Thirty year anniversary flyer
Stern Multi-Game Flyer Stern Pinball 2014 AC/DC, Mustang, Avengers, Star Trek & Metallica
Stern Factory Tour Stern Pinball 2017 Stern pinball factory tour map
Stingray Stern Electronics 1977 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 5 drop targets, 2 kick-out holes
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 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Roto-targets, Backglass light animation
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 Comic book flyer, Unique neon light topper, 5 ball multi-ball
Strange Science Bally 1986 German version flyer, Comic book flyer
Strange World Gottlieb 1978 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 stand-up targets, 1 kick-out hole
Strato Flite Williams 1974 4 player version of Williams 1974 'Super Flite'
Street Fighter II Gottlieb 1993 5 flippers (1 below playfield, 1 rotates 360 degrees) 3 level playfield
Street Fighter II Gottlieb 1993 Biathlon tournament flyer
Street Fighter II Gottlieb 1993 German version flyer
Strike Zaccaria 1978 Italian, Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Strike Zone Sega - Japan 1970 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Strike Zone Williams 1970 2 player, Bowling theme, 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
Striker Gottlieb 1982 Widebody, 6 flippers, 4 pop bumpers
Striker Xtreme Stern Pinball 2000 First game produced after Stern took over Sega
Striker Xtreme Stern Pinball 2000 German version 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 2 flippers, 2 automatic rubber kickers, 2 kick-out holes, 2 thumper bumpers
Student Prince Williams 1968 Zipper flippers, 4 pop bumpers, Score drum in playfield
Stunt Car Sega - Japan 1970 Japanese, Steer the balls into the holes
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 Skiing theme, 2 player, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Sunday On Ice Rally 1961 French, 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 Circus Gottlieb 1957 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, Roto-target
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 Prototype presented at SADA. Never produced, only a few test machines
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 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 1 gobble hole, Turret shooter
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 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 Spanish, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 (5) bank drop targets
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 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Ball entry gate, Upper kickback lane
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 Italian, 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 Spanish, Similar to Gottlieb's 1976 'Surfer'
Surfers Bally 1967 3 Flippers (lower 2 are zipper flippers), Mushroom bumpers
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 Spanish, 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 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, Roto-targets
Sweetheart Williams 1950 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 10 kick-out holes, Tilt penalty is ball in play
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
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
T.V. Flipper Midway 1975 A T.V game with all the excitement of pinball ..... NOT
Tag Team Gottlieb 1985 3 ball multi-ball, 3 flippers, Team mode
Take Five Allied Leisure 1978 Cocktail table, Similar playfield as Fascination's 1977 'Entertainer'
Tales From The Crypt Data East 1993 Auto-plunger shaped like door-handle with head of crypt-keeper
Tales Of The Arabian Nights Williams 1996 Flaming gong magnet, Spin Aladdin's lamp, Vanishing pinball, Shooting stars
Tales Of The Arabian Nights Williams 1996 German version flyer
Tampico United 1949 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes
Target Alpha Gottlieb 1976 First Gottlieb game convertible from replay to add-a-ball
Target Gallery Midway 1962 Pitch-n-bat, Used on episode 27 of American Pickers
Target Pool Gottlieb 1969 Replay version of 'Mini Pool', Italian version is 'Bumper Pool'
Target Pool Maresa 0 Copy of Gottlieb's 1969 'Target Pool'
Targets Bally 1959 Pitch-n-bat type game but with shooting gallery theme
Taxi Williams 1988 Lola version, Left catapult, Skill shot into the "spin-out" funnel
Taxi Williams 1988 Marilyn Monroe version; had to be changed due to copyright infringement
Taxi Williams 1988 German version flyer
Teachers Pet Williams 1965 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 kick-out holes, 2 drop targets
Team One Gottlieb 1977 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of 'Abra Ca Dabra', Italian add-a-ball is 'Kicker'
Tee'd Off Gottlieb 1993 Animated (motorized) gopher topper
Tee'd Off Gottlieb 1993 Japanese version distributed by SAMMY
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Data East 1991 Whirlwind spinner, The 'Sewer' manhole cover pops up from the playfield
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Data East 1991 German version flyer
Telecard Gottlieb 1949 Similar playfield as Gottlieb's 1949 'Gin Rummy'
Telecard Gottlieb 1949 Confidential advance distributor flyer
Temptation Sega - Japan 1976 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Ten Pins Rock-Ola 1939 Almost identical to Williams 1959 machine but 20 years earlier
Ten Spot Williams 1961 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Center swinging target
Ten Stars Zaccaria 1976 Italian, 1 player E.M, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 drop targets
Ten Stars Zaccaria 1976 Italian (English text)
Ten Strike Classic Benchmark Games 2004 Reproduction of the original 'Ten Strike' bowler game
Ten Strike, Ten Pins Williams 1958 Manikin Bowler, T.P is replay version with match, T.S is novelty version
Ten Up Gottlieb 1973 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1973 'King Pin'
Tenth Inning (10th Inning) Williams 1964 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Terminator 2 Williams 1991 Player controlled oscillating cannon, Gun grip ball shooter, Video mode
Terminator 2 Williams 1991 Promo flyer for an official limited edition T2 jacket
Terminator 2 Williams 1991 German version flyer, Fold-out
Terminator 2 Williams 1991 Shot map
Terminator 2 Williams 1991 German version flyer
Terminator 2, Gilligan's Island, TMNT Kendo 1991 French distributor flyer promoting multiple games
Terminator 3 Stern Pinball 2003 Backbox with reciprocating cannon shoots ball horizontally at 5 targets
Test Fixture Flyer Gottlieb 1977 Gottlieb solid state bench test fixture flyer
Texan Alben 1960 French, Playfield is the same as Gottlieb's 1960 'Texan'
Texan Gottlieb 1960 Last 4 player woodrail produced by Gottlieb, John Wayne likeness?
Texas Maresa 0 1 player copy of the 2 player Gottlieb's 1969 'Wild Wild West'
Texas Leaguer Keeney 1961 Pitch-n-bat, Console baseball game, Balls elevated to runway & released
Texas Ranger Gottlieb 1972 Italian version of the 2 player 'Lawman' and the 4 player 'Sheriff'
Theatre Of Magic Bally 1995 Magic trunk magnet levitates ball and makes it 'disappear' to start multi-ball
Theatre Of Magic Bally 1995 German version flyer
The 30'S Playmatic 1977 Spanish, 1 player version of Playmatic's 1977 'Speakeasy'
Thoro Bred Gottlieb 1965 First Gottlieb with the "Shoot Again" feature
Three Coins (3 Coins) Williams 1962 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 4 stand-up targets, Swinging target
Three D (3 D) Williams 1958 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 6 kick-out holes, 1 gobble hole
Three Deuces Williams 1955 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 stand-up targets, 1 gobble hole
Three Hundred (300) Gottlieb 1975 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 'Top Score'
Three Hundred (300) Maresa 1976 Copy of the 4 player Gottlieb's 1975 '300'
Three In Line (3 In Line) Bally 1963 4 player version of Bally's 1964 'Bongo'
Three Jokers (3 Jokers) Williams 1970 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1970 'Straight Flush'
Three Musketeers Gottlieb 1949 A star-studded Hollywood movie was made in 1948
The Three Musketeers Rally 1964 French, Unlike the novel, the main characters in this backglass are all women
Thrill Chicago Coin 1948 Postcard, Lite-up scoring target in the center of playfield
Thunderbird Williams 1954 Left kicker loops ball to 4 kick-out holes which progressively advance ball
Thunderbirds Homepin 2018 First machine produced by this manufacturer
Thunderbolt Allied Leisure 1977 4 player solid state, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers
Tic Tac Toe Williams 1959 Backbox animation (tic-tac-toe board), 2 gobble holes
Ticket Tac Toe Williams 1996 Redemption pinball, 9 gobble holes, Upper playfield is elevated with a ramp
Tiger Gottlieb 1975 Italian add-a-ball similar to 'Outer Space' and 'Orbit'
Tim Buc Tu Williams 1956 Flippers described as "flash back kickers", 4 thumper bumpers
Time Bally 1977 Pinball article in 1977 made to look like Time magazine story
Time 2000 Atari 1977 Widebody, Left and right sets of flippers
Time Fantasy Williams 1983 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Horseshoe lane
Time Line Gottlieb 1980 Widebody, Atomic tic-tac-toe, 4 flippers
Time Machine Data East 1988 Time travel through the 50's 60's & 70's, Stereo sound & chimes, Multi-ball
Time Machine Data East 1988 German version flyer
Time Machine Zaccaria 1983 Italian, Playfield section with bumpers lowers when ball lands in 'time hole'
Time Warp Williams 1979 Banana flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 3 and 5 bank drop targets
Time Zone Bally 1973 2 player version of 'Space Time', 3-D bonus time tunnel
Times Square Williams 1953 The automatic flippers activate when balls land in the pockets
Timothy T C.E.A 1977 Italian, 1st game made by C.E.A, Made in E.M and solid state
Title Fight Gottlieb 1990 Backbox animation (animated boxing characters in backbox)
Tivoli Gottlieb 1968 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1968 'Fun Land'
TKO Gottlieb 1979 8 X 10 press photo, The last wedgehead game from Gottlieb
Tokyo Perfect Drift Quetzal Pinball 2018 Second game from Quetzal Pinball
Toledo Sega - Japan 1975 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Toledo Williams 1975 2 player version of Williams 1975 'Valencia'
Tom Tom Williams 1963 The 2 swinging targets swing back & forth in unison throughout game play
Tommy Data East 1994 More music than any other pinball with 21 hit songs, Flipper blinders
Tommy Data East 1994 German version flyer
Top Card Gottlieb 1974 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Royal Pair'
Top Hand Gottlieb 1973 Italian add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1974 'Capt. Card'
Top Hand Williams 1966 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1966 'Full House'
Top Hat Williams 1958 2 flippers, 4 jet bumpers, 2 cyclonic kickers
Top Hit Midway 1964 Pitch-n-bat, 2 target levels, 2 alternating ramps raise and lower
Top Racer Recel 1976 Spanish, 1 player version of Recel's 1975 'Top Speed'
Top Score Gottlieb 1975 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1975 '300'
Top Secret Maresa 0 Playfield similar to Williams 1969 'Miss-O'
Top Speed Recel 1975 Spanish, 4 player version of Recel's 1976 'Top Racer'
Top Ten Chicago Coin 1975 2 player version of Chicago Coin's 1975 'Gold Record'
Tops Tournament Bump 'N Win Stern Pinball 2002 Tournament pinball system - TOPS
Tops Tournament Pinball System Stern Pinball 2002 Tournament pinball system - TOPS
Torch Gottlieb 1980 This game was called 'Decathlon' prior to production
Toreador Gottlieb 1956 Similar playfield as Bally's 1956 'Balls-A-Poppin'
Torpedo Recel 1976 Spanish, 1 player version of Recel's 1976 'Underwater'
Torpedo Alley Data East 1988 Instant (2 or 3) multi-ball, 2 Torpedo tube kick-outs, Double layer backglass
Total Nuclear Annihilation Spooky Pinball 2017 Early 80’s Bally influenced machine designed by Scott Danesi
Totem Gottlieb 1979 Flippers are off-set or asymmetrical, Vari-target
Totem Cedes S.A. 1966 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Touch Inder 1973 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Touchdown Gottlieb 1984 Developed at Mylstar but produced at Premier
Touchdown Williams 1967 Replay version of Williams 1967 'Kickoff'
Tournament Gottlieb 1955 2 reverse flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 passive bumpers, Gobble hole
Trade Winds Williams 1962 2 flippers, 5 pop bumpers, 1 kick-out hole
Trail Drive Bally 1970 Backbox animation (cowpuncher rises up and shoots to make wildcat spin)
Transformers Expo Stern Pinball 2011 Given out at the 2011 Pinball Expo before the regular flyer came out
Transformers Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2011 Limited edition flyer
Transformers Pro Model Stern Pinball 2011 Based on the movie of the same name
Transformers Redemption Stern Pinball 2012 Redemption ticket dispenser that mounts to side of cabinet
Transformers The Pin Stern Pinball 2012 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Transporter Bally 1989 Left ramp accesses the space ship to lock balls for multi-ball
Travel Time Sega - Japan 1973 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Travel Time Segasa 1973 Spanish, Licensed version of Williams 1973 'Travel Time'
Travel Time Williams 1973 Replay or extended play (timed) version of Williams 1973 'Summer Time'
Tri Zone Williams 1979 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 4 drop targets, Kick-out hole
Trident Stern Electronics 1979 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 5-bank drop target. 2 rollunder spinners
Trident Stern Electronics 1979 German version flyer
Trio Bally 1965 2 flippers, 4 pop bumpers, 4 mushroom bumpers, Right ball return gate
Triple Action Sega - Japan 1974 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Triple Action Segasa 1974 Spanish, Licensed version of Williams 1974 'Triple Action'
Triple Action Williams 1974 Replay version of Williams 1974 'Star Action'
Triple Strike Williams 1975 Ten rollover buttons on the playfield are arranged like a set of bowling pins
Triplets Gottlieb 1950 2 reverse flippers, 1 kick-out hole, Variable bonus award
Tron The Legacy Stern Pinball 2011 Based on the movie, 3-D backglass
Tropic Fun Williams 1973 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1973 'Gulfstream'
Tropic Isle Gottlieb 1962 Backbox light animation (3 back-lit monkeys climb tree)
Truck Stop Bally 1988 The first game following the merger of Williams and Bally/Midway
Tumbleweed Exhibit 1949 3 flippers, A center playfield flipper could flip in both directions
Turf Champ Williams 1958 No point scoring in this game, the only goal is to get your horse to win
TV Baseball Chicago Coin 1966 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Twenty Four (24) Stern Pinball 2009 Based on the television show
Twenty Grand Williams 1952 2 flippers, 2 thumper bumpers, 9 trap holes
Twenty One (21) Williams 1960 Similar playfield as Williams 1958 'Club House'
Twilight Zone Bally 1993 Flipper magnets on mini playfield, Powerball, Gumball, Clock
Twin Bill Gottlieb 1955 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes
Twin Gain Recel 1977 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead, Vari-targets
Twin Win Bally 1974 Launches the ball into play from between flippers to the spinning disc
Twinky Chicago Coin 1967 Probably referring to 'Twiggy' (Lesley Hornby), a popular British model
Twister Sega 1996 Spinning magnetic disc captures balls then releases them
Twister Sega 1996 German version flyer
Two In One (2 in 1) Bally 1964 Play high score & 21 at same time, Hold score feature, Mushroom bumpers
Two Thousand One (2001) Gottlieb 1971 Backbox light animation (completing drop targets lights 1 of 4 cards)
Two Thousand Two (2002) Maresa 1971 Replica of Gottlieb's 1971 '2001'
TX Sector Gottlieb 1988 Poster Flyer, Display panel moved toward top of backglass
TX Sector Gottlieb 1988 German version flyer
TX Sector, Secret Service, Cyclone Kendo 1988 French distributor flyer promoting multiple games
U Boat 65 Nuova Bell Games 1988 Italian, Last game produced by Bell Games
U.S.A Bally 1958 After shooting 5 balls you can buy 3 more, No flippers
U.S.A. Football Alvin G. and Company 1992 Head to head pinball, Not the same game as A.G Football
UFO Model Racing 1978 Italian, Video Game disguised as a pinball machine
UFO - X Playmatic 1984 Spanish, Similar playfield as Playmatic's 1984 'KZ-26'
Ultimate Golf Frenzy Custom 2006 Custom built to promote the 2006 EDS Byron Nelson Golf Championship
Ultrapin Global VR 2007 Simulated video pinball with 6 titles but expandable
Underwater Recel 1976 Spanish, 4 player version of Recel's 1976 'Torpedo'
Universe Gottlieb 1959 Mechanical backbox animation (2 rockets circle the Earth)
Universe Zaccaria 1977 Italian, Made in both E.M and solid state versions
Up Away Inder 1975 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 7 standup targets, upper left kicker lane
Upper Deck Williams 1973 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation, Last E.M baseball game by Williams
Utah United 1949 1 player, Western theme
V.1 I.D.S.A 1986 Believed to be IDSA's first machine
Vacation America Chicago Gaming 2003 Home model (non-commercial machine - no coins)
Vagabond Williams 1962 The first pinball machine to have a drop target
Valiant Williams 1962 4 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 3 passive bumpers, 2 swinging targets
Vampire Bally 1971 Left drain ball kickback, Up-post
Vector Bally 1982 Double level playfield, Digital display built into playfield
Vector Bally 1982 German version flyer
Vegas Game Plan 1979 Cocktail table, Space age 2-way sounds
Vegas Gottlieb 1990 A simple design "Street level" game
Velocity Ball Grand Products 1986 Balls are propelled with speed around the track by air power
Verne's World Spinball 1996 Widebody, Volcano erupts for multiball
Victory Gottlieb 1987 German version flyer
Victory Gottlieb 1987 First game to use a "Vitrigraph" mylar overlay for it's playfield
Video Pinball Atari 1979 Video pinball game
Video Pinball Arcooda 2016 Virtual pinball machine
Viking Bally 1980 Brook Shields depicted on the backglass as a background character
Viking Williams 1960 Styling of the 60's with aluminum trim and tapered steel legs
Viking Playmatic 1970 Spanish, 1 player wedgehead
Viper Stern Electronics 1981 Widebody, 3 ball multi-ball, Round turret in the center of the playfield
Viper Night Drivin' Sega 1998 Black Light feature for "Night Drivin" with glow in the dark balls
Viper Night Drivin' Sega 1998 Flyer made for car dealerships with $3,995 price tag on flyer
Viper Night Drivin' Sega 1998 German version flyer
Viper Night Drivin' Sega 1998 Pre-production flyer
Volcano Gottlieb 1981 How to play flyer in French
Volcano Gottlieb 1981 Widebody, Shooter lane has moving guide to vary direction of ball
Volley Gottlieb 1976 Based on the Bobby Riggs - Billie Jean King "Battle of the Sexes"
Vulcan Gottlieb 1977 4 player version of Gottlieb's 1977 'Fire Queen'
Wagon Train Gottlieb 1960 1 player with score reels, Roto-target, No gobble holes
Walking Dead Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2014 Limited edition flyer
Walking Dead Premium Edition Stern Pinball 2014 Premium edition flyer
Walking Dead Pro Model Stern Pinball 2014 Pro version flyer
Walkyria, Punky Willy Joctronic 1986 Spanish, 'Punky Willy' is a copy of Premier's 1985 'Rock'
Wall Street Bally 1974 Bingo machine
War Fascination 1978 Cocktail table, Contract built by Allied Leisure
Warlok, Defender Williams 1982 Williams portfolio of innovative pinball and video games
Watch My Line Gottlieb 1951 Likely a reference to the TV quiz show "What's My Line"
Waterworld Gottlieb 1995 Motion picture tie-in, Multi-ball, Sink the Deez!
West Club Rally 1967 French, Also produced in an Italian add-a-ball version
West Show A.M.I 1976 Italian, Right outlane has gate that is activated by hitting the drop targets
Western/Rally Dama S.R.L. 1970 Italian conversion kits. Western is a conversion kit for Gottlieb's 'Subway'
Wheel Maresa 0 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 10 drop targets, 1 vari-target, 1 spinning disk
Wheel Of Fortune Stern Pinball 2007 Mechanical spinning wheel on playfield, 3 'bobble head' contestants
Whirl Wind Gottlieb 1957 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 gobble holes, Roto-target
Whirlwind Williams 1990 Fan on top of backbox blows air, 3 whirlwind spinners, The cellar
White Shark Bell Coin Matics 1980 Italian, Conversion kit, Similar playfield as Bally's 1978 'Playboy'
White Water Williams 1993 Upper mini-playfield, Animated Bigfoot turns head & diverts ball
Who Dunnit Bally 1995 3 wheel slot machine toy on playfield
Who Dunnit Bally 1995 German version flyer
Whoa Nellie Stern Pinball 2015 Retro style E.M design with modern parts
Whoopee Williams 1964 Two kickers direct balls to the center 'captive ball unit'
The Wiggler Bally 1967 3 ball multi-ball, Zipper flippers, Wiggle alley, Mushroom bumpers
Wild Card Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese version, American game distributed by Sega / Japan
Wild Card Williams 1977 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, Spinner, 1 player
Wild Fyre Stern Electronics 1978 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 4 kick-out holes, 3 and 4 bank drop targets
Wild Fyre Stern Electronics 1978 2 sided flyer with distributor list on back
Wild Life Gottlieb 1972 2 player version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Jungle'
Wild West Gottlieb 1951 Similar drop target as 'Minstrel Man', 'V' gate between flippers
Wild Wheels Bally 1966 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 7 mushroom bumpers, Right ball return gate
Wild Wild West Gottlieb 1969 Replay version of Gottlieb's 1969 'Lariat'
Willy Wonka Jersey Jack Pinball 2019 A Pat Lawlor designed game based on the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder
Willy Wonka Collectors Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2019 Collectors edition flyer
Win A Card Alben 1961 French, The playfield is a copy of Gottlieb's 1960 'Wagon Train'
Wing Ding Williams 1964 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1964 'Zig Zag'
Winner Midway 1964 Pitch-n-bat, Same backbox animation as Midway's 1963 'Race Way'
Winner Sega - Japan 1971 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Winner Williams 1972 Widebody, Turret shooter, Mechanical horse race under plexiglas playfield
Winter Sports Zaccaria 1978 Italian, 4 player solid state version of Zaccaria's 1978 'Ski Jump'
Wipe Out Gottlieb 1993 Race the slalom, Ride the chair lift
Wipe Out Gottlieb 1993 Japanese version distributed by SAMMY
Wipe Out Gottlieb 1993 German version flyer
Wisconsin United 1948 The first flipper game made by United
Wishing Well Gottlieb 1955 Only Gottlieb with a pressboard wood cabinet instead of plywood
Wizard Bally 1975 Inspired by the movie 'Tommy' with Roger Daltry and Ann Margret
Wizard of Oz Jersey Jack Pinball 2013 U.K version flyer, Oversized
Wizard Of Oz 75th Anniversary L.E Jersey Jack Pinball 2014 Features a new topper, new toys, and red trim
Wizard of Oz 75th Limited Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2014 Limited edition 75th anniversary edition
Wizard of Oz L.E Yellow Brick Road Jersey Jack Pinball 2019 Limited edition version with yellow trim
Wizard Of Oz Limited Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2013 Original emerald green trim version
Wizard Of Oz Standard Edition Jersey Jack Pinball 2013 Standard stainless steel trim version
Wolf Man Peyper 1987 Spanish, 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, 2 captive balls
Woman Lib Sega - Japan 1977 Japanese flyer, Original game design
Wonderland Williams 1955 2 flippers, 3 pop bumpers, Kick-out hole, Gobble hole
Wood's Queen Zaccaria 1976 Italian, Produced in 1, 2 and 4 player versions
World Beauties Gottlieb 1959 2 working flippers with 8 stationary flippers used as ball guides
World Challenge Soccer Gottlieb 1994 Gottlieb's answer to Bally's World Cup Soccer '94?
World Champ Gottlieb 1957 1 gobble hole, Produced with both a wooden or metal coin door
World Cup Williams 1978 Soccer legend Kyle Rote Jr. on cover
World Cup Williams 1978 Version without Kyle Rote Jr. on cover
World Cup Williams 1978 French version with soccer legend Michel Platini
World Cup 90 Mr. Game 1990 Italian, Small video monitor in backbox, Unique cabinet
World Cup Soccer Bally 1994 Rotating soccer ball, Motorized moving goalie, Magna-Lock near left flipper
World Cup Soccer Bally 1994 German version flyer
World Cup Soccer Bally 1994 Single sided "doggie" version flyer
World Defender Nuova Bell Games 1985 Italian, Inspired by the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie 'Terminator'
World Fair Gottlieb 1964 Playfield "Spin-disc" spots any 1 of 11 numbered cars on backglass
World Poker Tour Stern Pinball 2006 Based on the hit television series featuring Texas hold 'em
World Series Chicago Coin 1974 Pitch-n-bat in a video game style cabinet
World Series Chicago Coin 1960 Baseball shuffle alley, light animated backglass runners
World Series Gottlieb 1972 Postcard, Add-a-ball version of Gottlieb's 1972 'Grand Slam'
World Series 1962 Williams 1962 Pitch-n-bat, Backbox animation (players run bases)
Wrestlemania Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2015 Limited edition flyer
Wrestlemania Pro Model Stern Pinball 2015 Pro version flyer
WWF Royal Rumble Data East 1994 Widebody, WWF Wrestling, Shaker motor
WWF Royal Rumble Data East 1994 German version flyer
The X Files Sega 1997 German version flyer
The X Files Sega 1997 File cabinet raises from playfield to capture balls for multi-ball
X Force Tecnoplay 1987 A mixture of Bally/Williams Electronics and Gottlieb Playfield Parts
X-Men Limited Edition Stern Pinball 2012 Limited edition flyer for Wolverine and Magneto versions
X-Men Pro Model Stern Pinball 2012 Based on the comic books rather than the series of movies
X's & O's Bally 1984 Tic-tac-toe board in middle of playfield
X's & O's German Bally 1984 German version flyer
Xenon Bally 1980 German version flyer
Xenon Bally 1980 First game with a female voice (electronic music composer Suzanne Ciani)
Yankee Baseball Chicago Coin 1969 Pitch-n-bat, 2 home run ramps, Pitcher control, 3 outs per game
Yukon Williams 1971 Add-a-ball version of Williams 1971 'Klondike'
Yuma Arizona United 1950 Same playfield layout as United's 1949 'Utah' and United's 1949 'Tampico'
Zankor Zaccaria 1986 Italian, Upper playfield, 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers
Zig Zag Williams 1964 Replay version of Williams 1964 'Wing Ding'
Zip A Doo Bally 1970 2 player E.M, Up-post, Mushroom target
Zodiac Williams 1971 Widebody, Similar to Williams 1971 'Planets'
       
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