Agents 777 (Game Plan, 1984)

Agents 777

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5 years ago
Agent 777 is an unusual game with a few cool shots.

The Pros:
Nice shots to the saucers at the top of the PF and a satisfying spinner shot as well. The 1-2-3 standups are nicely placed and the 3 drops require that at least the bottom drop be hit by the upper flipper. the bonus x alley to the standup requires sniper like skills. Good action from the pops to the rest of the PF.

The Cons:
The upper left orbit to the top lanes is an incredibly difficult shot from the upper flipper, it's a luck shot really. The lower left orbit is another bounce/luck shot as well. The upper flipper is designed to have 3 shots, the drops, the upper left orbit and the multiplier alley. The drops are ok from the flippers, but the other 2 shots are nearly impossible to make with anything other than a hail mary shot. The art package is best described as "light hearted". Dick White must have been learning how to use the airbrush with this BG.

The Takeaway:
I didn't get enough time on this deck to understand the strobing bonus award in the middle of the PF. Would this be awarded from the drops? Even if I got to know this game, I'm not sure I'd really like it.
5 years ago
Just an average game.
7 years ago
The only photos of this game at Pinside are of the ones of my machine that I took over 10 years ago in my back room. There's nothing really special about this machine and that's probably why I paid $40 for it non-working. It was a long fixer upper project, but it was my first machine and it served it's purpose.

There's some drop down targets, 3 flippers and a spinner. Designed by Ed Cebula who went to work for Data East and Sega after Game Plan, I'm sure had his hands tied with a limited budget on this machine.

With only 400 made, you would be hard pressed to find one. I have a Agents 777 backglass hanging on my wall that I bought on ebay, but the machine is long gone. It would make a fun entry into pinball if you found one at the right price.
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