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Most Loaded Game Ever? (poll inside).

By sataneatscheese

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    “Most loaded game ever (for the time)”

    • Twilight Zone 146 votes
      36%
    • Dialed In 11 votes
      3%
    • JJP Pirates 62 votes
      15%
    • DE JP 0 votes
    • Stern JP 3 votes
      1%
    • Last Action Hero 3 votes
      1%
    • Thunderbirds 6 votes
      1%
    • Indiana Jones 8 votes
      2%
    • Lord of the Rings 3 votes
      1%
    • Simpsons Pinball Party 13 votes
      3%
    • Fun House 1 vote
    • Black Knight 0 votes
    • Black Knight SOR 2 votes
    • Addams Family 1 vote
    • Stranger Things Pro 2 votes
    • ST:TNG 20 votes
      5%
    • Stern Star Trek LE 4 votes
      1%
    • Wizard of Oz 104 votes
      25%
    • Pinball Magic 3 votes
      1%
    • Banzai Run 2 votes
    • Road Show 8 votes
      2%
    • Haunted House 4 votes
      1%
    • Safe Cracker 4 votes
      1%

    (410 votes)

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    #97 10 months ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    I've had both (briefly). LAH is LOADED on paper. 3 Magnets Addams family style, moving crane and physical lock, multiple captive balls, 6 ball multiball, Smart missile, and the best artwork of Arnie anywere! I just wish it had more Arnie on the translite!

    3 magnets
    Shaker motor
    A crane with at least 2 crane modes
    2 physical ball locks
    1 Ripper kickback
    5 drop targets with warning bar mech
    6 ball multiball (and a few different multiball modes)
    1 smart missile
    2 captive balls
    3 pops
    4 stand up targets
    1 subway (short) with two scoops in/out
    1 blind scoop
    1 spinner
    1 ramp with diverter
    1 VUK
    Stereo sound

    With the "aftermarket" 1.13 code a great game. It is one of Data East best games but gets little love due to crapfest movie.

    #99 10 months ago
    Quoted from woody76:

    The love for WOZ still blows me away. I dropped serious cash on a RR and after 2 weeks had it for sale. What a stinker game play wise. It lasted about as long as TOM.

    WOZ is an amazing game.

    #101 10 months ago
    Quoted from Haymaker:

    LAH is an awesome movie. Much like the pin, its FINALLY starting to get some of the love it deserves. I think DE GNR gives it a run for its money though

    You should look up the history of it being made, in a way explains how it turned out as it did.

    The movie was suppose to be a raging satire ridiculing a popular "action script writer" at the time and through a number of twists and turns "that guy" actually ended up working on the script! Can't make this up. There was also some time constraints due to a writers strike, studio head meddling and holidays I think.

    Last Action Hero was an original screenplay by Zak Penn and Adam Leff, meant to parody typical action-film screenplays of writers such as Shane Black. Penn noted himself that the studio ironically then had Black rewrite the script.[9] The original screenplay differs heavily from the finished film and is widely available to read online. Although it was still a parody of Hollywood action films, it was set almost entirely in the film world and focused largely on the futile cycle of violence displayed by the hero and the effect it had on people around him. Due to the radical changes, Penn and Leff were eventually credited with the story of the film, but not the screenplay, which is unusual for a film based on an original screenplay. Several script doctors did uncredited work on the script, including Carrie Fisher, Larry Ferguson, and William Goldman.[10][11] Penn and Leff disliked various parts of the final film, including the idea of a magic golden ticket. In their draft, the story would not explain how Danny got transported into the film world.

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