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List of Games Produced in Both EM & SS?

By OldHockeyGuy

1 year ago


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#1 1 year ago

I'm primarily interested in the era when pinballs converted from mid-to-late entirely EM to entirely SS. Has anyone published a comprehensive list of games produced in both formats? Two games were Mata Hari (B '78) and Charlie's Angels (G '79). Anyone know of others?

#12 1 year ago

Love the early and rapid responses. Thanks!

Prototypes are intriguing, but my question is about real production machines.

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#58 68 days ago
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The second one is on it's legs now
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This is a beautiful and fun game.

#59 68 days ago

Referring to post #49 Evel Knievel

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