I got my Stargate 2 weeks ago and am loving it. I honestly haven't played the other Gottliebs listed except Class of 1812 once, but my Stargate seems built like a tank and almost as heavy as one. And it does seem like a Super LE edition since it sits beside my highest valued pin, Spiderman, and Stargate has so much more going on.
I only have one Gotlieb, "Tee'd Off", but it's ridiculously fun to play. Might not be best ever but still cool. Black Hole probably wins this race.
I hated all the 90's games they did but they did a lot of excellent games in the 80's and earlier.
I just got my first Gottlieb. It is a 1984 machine called, "The Games". Olympic themed, designed by John Trudeau. It was my dad's and he gave it to me a few weeks ago. I can't wait to shop it out and start playing it.
There are many I haven't played, but I had a lot of fun with Big Hurt on route BITD.
SF2 is what it is. Its a great representation of the video game. You kill each player, and play a boss. There are a few multiball modes that are fun, and I enjoy the light show, but you cant say its the WORST gottlieb even if its very stop and go. It is its own type of game IMO.
Black Hole without a doubt. I also really like Central Park and Sing Along.
Haunted House was my first pin, but I felt it just didn't do enough with it's three play fields.
I like the Super Mario games also.
I (obviously) like SF2, but I am a bit biased.
The missus' favourites are Black Hole and Haunted House.
Mine is some TX Sector! Only got to play a few games at an event but can't stop thinking about it!
Least favourite (of only a few plays) was actually Class of 1812.
Probably can't go wrong with any EM.
2001, El Dorado, Atlantis, Royal Flush / Card Whiz, Abra Ca Dabra, Drop A Card, Big Indian / Big Brave, Sky Jump, Centigrade 37, Jack In The Box / Jumping Jack, Jacks Open, Quick Draw, Big Shot, Sure Shot
and many, many, many more....
North Star, Slick Chick, Kings and Queens, Sing Along, King of Diamonds, Bank A Ball, Buckaroo, Cross Town, Central Park, GiGi, Sky Line, Ice Revue, Royal Guard, World Fair, Square Head, Sweet Hearts
50's Wood Rails
Royal Flush (1957)
Queen of Hearts
Honorable mention to Spiderman, Joker Poker, and Haunted House
easily Black Hole! so fast (properly set up), so fun. there is no other mulitball like it in all of pinball -- on the upper and lower fields, balls falling across two different gravitational planes simultaneously. uniquely intense, while it lasts, which usually isn't long!
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