A friend in Tucson dropped of his Godzilla for me to refurb and light up with the Pinduino. Overall, this game is in good shape, even though it spent part of its life in a bar in Texas and another part in a pinball hall in Tucson. For those that haven't played one, Gozilla is a pretty low production Sega game that uses the Whitestar board set. Whitestar was continued by Stern when the bought Sega's pinball division and was replaced by the SAM system in 2006. Both of these board sets are fully supported by the Pinduino (uses the same version of the board).
Now Godzilla, with 500 games made, is pretty hard to find and is worth playing. This is a "must" play for people who like multiball, and the major modes are each a multiball (all are 4 ball multiball), with each mode allowing you to stack in other multiballs. As the modes stack, the jackpot values increases. My favorite strategy is to start one multiball, get another one ready to start, then when down to two balls, start the next multiball. That puts on a ball saver and brings all four balls back into play. Rinse, repeat, and get all multiballs started. Then, it is time for the wizard mode and saving New York. Overall, a pretty easy game to get to (and finish) the wizard mode, and I can usually get through the wizard mode once or twice per game.