Black Hole has an extra ball shot on the upper playfield (lit by dropping the lower playfield 3-bank twice), and another extra ball shot on the lower playfield, although I'm not 100% sure how you light that (it tends to light up for me during what are already good games though).
Quoted from pezpunk:
Not really sure I understand the distinction.
Gottlieb's Spring Break. Once EB is lit, it is collected from one of two targets (rollunders). The lit rollunder alternates with every pop bumper or slingshot hit.
Gottlieb's Genie too. Target at upper left lit from completing ABCD lanes, target on upper right lit by completing white drop targets. (Thanks Pinball Arcade!)
Mata Hari has two different ways of getting an extra ball. One is getting in the saucer and the other is hitting the A-B lanes.
Catacomb (1981) -- EB is lit on the inlanes (alternating) by one method, and on the spinner lane by getting to 4x multiplier.
Like Genie or STTNG, these are in some sense different 'modes' that reward an EB. Same with TOM and some other games which have a Video Mode EB that's not on the same shot as the EB shot. (AFM doesn't count: it's the scoop for both.)
Note that 'crazy' EB on Simpsons PP doesn't move randomly, but instead 'evilly': to the lane least likely given the current switch hits.
Big game - spell big game and EB is lit behind the G A targets. If you get four corners on two bingo cards, the right outlane is lit for EB. The interesting this about these EBs is that if you light both on the same ball and collect one, the other goes away, but if you light one and collect it on one ball, then light the other on your next ball and collect that, you can collect two EBs in one game.
EBD - the left loop lights EB if you hit it enough. The game awards EB for collecting a lit 8 ball for the second time. It also awards an EB if you complete the deluxe targets when lit.
Gottlieb Haunted House has 2. One on the lower playfield and one on the main level.
Gottlieb Super mario bros has 2. One is after 4 cave shots and its on a timer and one is on a certain castle shot.
Robo-War has 4 EB lights, one above each top lane. You can light all 4, but there's no need -- you can only get one per ball.
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