It's only a promo item, no flippers.
Quoted from BackFlipper:
It was definitely a "joust" style game. I was sitting in the second row and Andrew had a picture of the game itself on the screen for a brief moment. It had a Bacardi "billboard" in the middle. I did not notice if it had flipper bats or buttons.
As you can see in the photos, it was much thinner than a traditional pinball machine. 140 are going to the US.
Can I debunk whatever myth this is becoming!! I've seen it, it is not a pin, it is a promo game using 'some' traditional pinball parts.
Quoted from jungle:
I believe Andrew compared it to Baffle Ball. Great if it made them decent money but has little in common with future machines other than it shoots a ball.
Jungle is right, Baffle ball is the basis of it, I Hope that clears up any confusion
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