From the BG
actually this game was my first (wrong guess) to the last visual clue,
actually posted that wrong answer, but caught it after i went to ipdb for proof,
i was able to change to correct answer within seconds,
so if you were quick to look you would have seen this clue's answer.
Quoted from LeonSpinkx:
America's Most Haunted: https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=6161&picno=62271&zoom=1
European game here:[quoted image]
Quoted from pinwiztom:
But is it from the proto/sample or production game ( 4 digit vs 5 digit scoring)
It was the 4 digit backglass. I'm not certain what WMS was doing at the time. I've worked on both an Student Prince and a Smart Set where the point values on the playfield did not match what was inked on the playfield. Really messed with your head when troubleshooting.
Here is confirmation of that correct answer,
it had me stumped,
i am not that knowledgeable with DMD pins.
But Australia still needs to come up with the next clue.
Well that's an easy one
GTB World Fair
Supposedly art by Roy Parker,
But no one can convince me ever that
those exoctic dancers are Parker girls.
Roy may have layed out the artwork and did some of the details
but I got to believe that some of the faces (like the guy by the credit window)
and these gals bodies and faces
were probably an assistant's work or maybe Art Stenholm.
This guy on the BG is probably Parker
Along with a lot of the backgrounds and some other faces
The PF artwork along with the plastics are probably Parker people.
Also Look at the gal depicted on the (Ice Show) right plastic,
Even though this game is supposed to be by Parker,
and most (if not all) of the artwork on the BG is Parker
That plastic gal is not a Parker Gal ( i also have my suspicions by the guy on the left plastic.
By the flippers, if they have not been changed out to non-originals
We can rule out GTB or WMS.
So that leaves Bally or maybe CCoin.
My Gut says CCoin.
My gut is wrong.
I was also thinking EM, but me thinks it is a transition game
and it is a GTB
but might have different apron and flippers
Found the orgional image
Some more clues
This MFR only put out 4 confirmed pins
At least 2 of which were near identical copies of GTB Playfield Layouts,
not 100% sure if they were retrofit update kits.
Here is a same perspective shot of the above game's GTB donor clone.
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