Through a lot of research online and at shows and from personnel experience
I derived the following list of Bally pins
that were made with German Playfields and Backglasses.
Below is a list of Bally Games which have been verified as having been produced
as a German version as well as a standard US release.
Verified with photos of German BG or PF (most found archived on ipdb.org)
German Version is virtually identical in every way to the US version,
except that the BackGlass and PlayField have all or most of the writing in German.
Most every 4 Player Bally games ( with production >100 units) had a German version produced
from 1964 to 1972, ( including a couple of 2 Player models)
Big Day 4P 8/64 (1st verified game with a German version)
Sheba 2P 2/65
Band Wagon 4P 3/65
50/50 2P 7/65
Aces High 4P 8/65
Discotek 2P 9/65
Blue Ribbon 4P 12/65
Wild Wheels 2P 2/66
Six Sticks 6P 3/66
Campus Queen 4P 8/66
Capersville 4P 12/66
Wiggler 4P 8/67
Dogies 4P 1/68
Rockmakers 4P 8/68
Alligator 4P 12/68
Cosmos 4P 1/69
Bally Hoo 4P 11/69
Camelot 4P 2/70
Big Valley 4P 5/70
SeeSaw 4P 11/70 (I own one)
Firecracker 4P 2/71
4 Million BC 4P 5/71 ( I own one)
Fireball 4P 2/72 (last verified game with German version) (I also own one)
It is rumored that a German version existed of the following prototype games
but seems remote since production was so very low, (<100 units)
even though a German language schematic may exist (per info found ipdb).
Joker 4P 6/68
Bali Hi 4P 9/70
Time Tunnel 4P 10/72
There may be a remote chance that
Mariner 4P 11/71 (unverified);
and other (2P) multiplayer games produced between 1964 & 1972
were also made as German versions,
but no (verified) photo proof exists ( to my knowledge).
Sheba, 50/50 & Wild Wheels
and now apparently Discotek (from a ebay.de posting listed in this pinside thread)
are the only Bally (verified with photos) 2 player German games made;
and Bally may have stopped making German language pins
with 4 Million BC in May 1971;
but made special exception with Fireball in Feb 1972.
I know of no single player Bally pins that were made with German BG & PFs.
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