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    #2651 3 months ago

    Is that the carpet from TBL?

    #2654 3 months ago

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    #2655 3 months ago

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    #2656 3 months ago

    Barracora: http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=177&picno=51700&zoom=1

    Next one (Playfield):

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    #2658 3 months ago

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    #2659 3 months ago

    Here's a hint.

    This is a very unique EM multiplayer as it is the only one I can think of that keeps track of each player's progress , so when a player finishes a ball, it goes back to where the last player left off with the ultimate goal of lighting and scoring a special and beating other players. Similar to how solid state games would keep player memory later on.

    #2660 3 months ago

    This sounds a lot like a Williams machine, they did this in perfection with 1966's 8 Ball.
    Also this is typical Molentin-Girl, but still I have to think about it

    #2661 3 months ago
    Quoted from Mardi-Gras-Man:

    they did this in perfection with 1966's 8 Ball.

    I don't own 8-Ball, but from what I can see it does not have a special. Pit Stop also has play field memory, but again the players only advance laps.

    This game has typical single player game rules for each player.

    #2662 3 months ago

    Of course you're right about the Special, no question.
    What I wanted to say was that the 'Memory-Effect' was perfect for an EM-Game. 1966's 8 Ball was the inspiration for 1977's Eight Ball, both themed by Norman Clark.

    #2663 3 months ago

    Here's another hint then. From the backglass of the same game.

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    #2665 3 months ago

    From BG

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    #2666 3 months ago

    Good one Tom! But that one's too easy...

    I'll let someone else have at it.

    #2667 3 months ago

    Hey, here is the thread again

    I know these jumping bunnies also. Remind me of Aurthur from The Tick.

    But should we pass when we know it?

    #2668 3 months ago

    Alright, it is Jumpin' Jack's

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1328&picno=20143&zoom=1

    This might be tough. Let me know if I need to give a couple of hints.

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    #2669 3 months ago

    Hint : This is a playfield picture. But that is a sicker / decal on something on the playfield.

    I left some color on the edges of the picture and some details to help.

    #2670 3 months ago

    The sticker is on something that comes out of the playfield.

    #2671 3 months ago

    Austin Powers: (last hint gave it away) http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=4504&picno=23381&zoom=1

    I gotta run. Someone else feel free to post.

    #2672 3 months ago
    Quoted from LeonSpinkx:

    Austin Powers: (last hint gave it away) http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=4504&picno=23381&zoom=1
    I gotta run. Someone else feel free to post.

    Nooooo, answer and post or the thread might die again

    #2673 3 months ago

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    From a playfield plastic.

    #2674 3 months ago

    Diamond Jack / King Of Diamonds: http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1372&picno=20198&zoom=1

    Next one (Backglass):

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    #2675 3 months ago

    Morning, Happy New Year

    Frontier (luv the crickets)

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=959&picno=5841

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    #2676 3 months ago

    Good evening and a happy new year

    This is Gottlieb's sadly underrated VOLCANO from 1981.

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    #2677 3 months ago

    Time Warp
    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=2568&picno=48601&zoom=1

    back from vaykay during the holidays
    with relatives in Calif

    #2678 3 months ago

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    from BG

    #2679 3 months ago

    Do we allow "Game Plan" games?

    Pinball Lizard

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1464&picno=12023

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    #2680 3 months ago

    Raven: http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1922&picno=25201&zoom=1

    Next one (Backglass):

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    #2681 3 months ago

    I know that one
    its WMS Golden Bells
    one of 2 woodrails i have
    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1045&picno=1021

    #2682 3 months ago

    This game was released after WMS Golden Bells

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    Quoted from Taxman:

    Do we allow "Game Plan" games?

    I think the unwritten rule is USA manufactured flipper games are allowed.

    #2683 3 months ago

    Clue to above pin:
    The bumpers caps should be numbered 1 through 9
    except for the center cap which in this example is not original to this game either.

    #2684 3 months ago

    Still from the movie "Tommy"
    Last Clue
    cause this actually gives it away

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    #2685 3 months ago

    Eleven Belles: http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=3079&picno=2764

    Thank goodness for that final giveaway clue!

    Next one (Playfield):

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    #2686 3 months ago

    BLY Embryon
    I know that insert light cluster well
    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=783&picno=37208

    #2687 3 months ago

    One might consider this game a precursor to Embryon.

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    #2688 3 months ago
    #2690 3 months ago

    BG

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    #2691 3 months ago

    We can go back and forth all day!
    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=308&picno=290

    #2692 3 months ago

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    #2693 3 months ago

    It's a nice place to spend Labor Day weekend at.

    #2694 3 months ago

    Catalina
    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=471&picno=7208
    I used to go camping at two harbors Catalina at least once a year during the summer
    way back when.
    It was always fun when some of the Buffalo would meander into the beach campground,
    though I think they finally rounded the bison all up a few years ago and
    they are now safely corralled to a section of the island.
    It was even more fun and scary when the wild boars would come nosing around the camp at night
    looking for food and getting into our ice chests, as long as they stayed away from the beer, I did not mind.

    #2695 3 months ago

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    #2696 3 months ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    I used to go camping at two harbors Catalina at least once a year during the summer
    way back when.

    My dad used to take us over there on his cabin cruiser a lot and we'd just moor up and camp on the boat with a small Boston Whaler to ski or surf behind and take us to shore.

    Funniest time was a buddy who grew up in Ohio and myself were heading to Avalon just after dusk and the flying fish came out and started flying in and around the boat. He'd never heard of a flying fish and just about flipped out. I was rolling. It was hilarious.

    #2698 3 months ago

    Hint, the fantastic artwork for these hands was not the same artist who did the Mona Lisa.

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    #2699 3 months ago

    Why, the self proclaimed greatest pinball artist of all time, of course!

    http://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=1343&picno=9451

    #2700 3 months ago

    Some cabinet side art.

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