Supersonic (Bally, 1979)

Supersonic

Supersonic

Supersonic is a pinball machine from October 1979, manufactured by Bally Manufacturing Co.

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Design team

Game Design: Greg Kmiec
Artwork: Kevin O'Connor



Game details

467
Bally Manufacturing Co.
October 1979
Solid state
10,340 produced
$460 - $540
Normal
Digital
4
2
0
0
#2455
Unknown


Flyers


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Game quote

"The SST Backglass on this game makes a dramatic statement.Very cool---especially now that the aircraft is no longer in service!"

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Pinside rating

This game has been rated by 22 Pinsiders and currently has a rating of 6.601 out of 10 ranking it #321 (not in Pinside Pinball Top 100)


Rating comments

There are 7 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

74 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.
10 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.
10 public locations known where you can play this machine.


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$ 1,200.00
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Recent Pinsider scores

The most recently logged high scores by Pinsiders.

VON
on Supersonic
125,810
Madgreek
on Supersonic
1,087,220
NPO
on Supersonic
1,071,970
NPO
on Supersonic
458,390
folio
on Supersonic
279,180
NickyVanHalen
on Supersonic
940,200


Instructions card

Card courtesy of Peter “Inkochnito” Koch


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