(Topic ID: 214450)

Dracula Girl


By AlexSMendes

10 months ago



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  • 10 posts
  • 6 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 10 months ago by AlexSMendes
  • Topic is favorited by 2 Pinsiders

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    #1 10 months ago

    Does anyone have any info regarding this game? Turns out IPDB has none...

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    #2 10 months ago

    Looks like Christian Marche pointy people style artwork. 32 different Williams one player games that he did artwork for, maybe it's a retheme of one of those playfields?

    #3 10 months ago

    There's a listing in IPDB for Dracula Girl but the manufacturer is unknown. Maybe you can find the manufacturer name on the game somewhere?

    http://ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=6193&picno=64517

    #4 10 months ago

    Looks very similar to Gottlieb's Royal Guard, minus the target mech in the middle

    #5 10 months ago

    I thought it might be a Spain game, but unfortunately the Pinball Espana site is no longer active.
    Tried using the Wayback Machine to see if the site was archived, but only could confirm that Dracula Girl was not on their fairly comprehensive list of Spanish Origin pins..

    #6 10 months ago

    Would that be Portuguese or Spanish on the score cards?

    #7 10 months ago

    Maybe pinsider colsond3, who happens to love the Dracula theme, knows sthg about it?

    #8 10 months ago
    Quoted from Darcy:

    Would that be Portuguese or Spanish on the score cards?

    Spanish.

    #9 10 months ago

    Would pins from Spain been imported to Brazil, back in the 1970's. Could it be a partially built pin from the USA, imported for final assembly in a South American country, like Brazil.

    #10 10 months ago
    Quoted from Darcy:

    Would pins from Spain been imported to Brazil, back in the 1970's. Could it be a partially built pin from the USA, imported for final assembly in a South American country, like Brazil.

    Never seen this one down here... The pics are from IPDB.

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