We've all seen it, many of us have played it (once probably). Why does it exist and why is it worth more......check that.....why is it worth anything at all?
889 were made. Personally that's 889 too many. It's not fun, it's not pretty, it's not "inventive" or even very "interesting". Some ideas are just bad.......clearly.
If I had been the head of Stern at the time I would have told the person(people) who presented the idea to me to "get the F out of my office.....Oh, and stay off the LSD!"
Now you can say "they were just trying to think outside the box". Or it was "an exercise of imagination ", but that doesn't make it a good idea. Think outside the box all you want......hell maybe even make a prototype; but how the heck did it get past the prototype stage?
Call me crazy but pinball must have a reasonable amount of skill involved to be interesting. Hell, even pre flipper machines had more skill involved just from the ball launch alone.