(Topic ID: 157396)

Speakeasy flyaway targets: how they work

By mtgedney

5 years ago



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  • Latest reply 5 years ago by fireball2
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#1 5 years ago

Just as the title suggests, can anyone here explain how these targets are intended to operate? I am bringing one of these back from the dead. All switches seem to work when pressed by finger, however none of them "hold" the card target.

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#2 5 years ago

appears no one gave you any insights. A friend of mine just picked one up for $250. He dropped it off at my house to bring it back to life for him. Once I get in and look at it I will let you know.

#3 5 years ago

Think he sold the game.

#4 5 years ago

Aay. Ok. Thx. I need to understand the targets as well. Haven't even opened it up yet to begi to look at my friends. One target looks broken/missing unless it drops down somewhere. Similiar to his pic.

#5 5 years ago

When the ball rolls from the front side, they are supposed to swing up and lock out of the way. From the back they just let the ball roll through. When all 5 are locked up, the bank resets down. Get them in order, you add-a-ball. Get them all in any order and it jacks your spinner value and your bonus multiplier at the end.

I have a working SPeakeasy if you need any other help.

mark

Edit: only one other game has these targets. It's a baseball themed one called Grand Slam, I think.

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