For all your Gottlieb Caveman owners out there, share you Caveman experiences here!
One of the heaviest Gottlieb's for sure, wider than the Bally /Willams SuperPins and possibly heavier.
Loaded with printed circuit boards up the wazoo in the head, a card cage under the playfield for the video portion of this pin,
I find this to be quite an accomplished pin for 1982. I've owned mine for 2+ years now. My girlfriend loves this game
as much as I do. We find ourselves shrieking out loud as we play this game from the excitement of the video portion
of this pin, trying to get "Aleeb Aleeb" we call it (for extra ball lit in the maze), or just outsmarting the T-Rex's.
This pin usually can be found for cheap but to me it's more fun than some newer DMD or AlphaNumeric pins.
In fact, we find ourselves always playing Caveman. She got a high score one night of 1.7 Million and I just recently topped her score with
Anyhow, Welcome To The StoneAge & Share Your Experiences w/ Gottliebs's Caveman (hopefully positive)!