Per IPDB, the last game to feature roto-targets was Zaccaria's 1986 Black Belt, prior to that, Gottlieb's 1980 Circus.
Why have roto-targets disappeared from pinball, and is it deserved?
They cost a lot, they are a servicing headache, and, let's face it, they aren't that cool. They take up WAY too much real estate on a playfield. They also really aren't very satisfying. You don't get that tactile response or THUNK from hitting one, it just kind of glances off and you hope you get credit for the hit.
Not a huge fan.
I thought the rotating 4-sided target on a few Williams EMs was far more clever.
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