Dragon (Gottlieb, 1978)

Dragon

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3.500
1 year ago
The art work is below par. That creature looks like some mutant turtle, not like a dragon. Ball drains quickly, the distance between the flippers seems to be the largest of any game I ever played.
Overall I found this game rather boring. No cool features, no drop targets. 2 bumpers, 1 spinner and 2 vary-targets, that's as bad as it gets.
7.486
3 years ago
This is a good game with a few tricky shots. The art work is good the sound is what you would expect for a late 70s game.
8.060
7 years ago
One of the last gasps of the EE era, "Dragon" was originally manufactured as an Electro Mechanic pin, before being converted in a SS one. It shows, but also works as a missing link between two different steps in the pinball evolution.
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