And maybe you were viewing on a cellphone? I'm always using a desktop where the presentations may not be identical.
I don't know. We have no production count in our listing and I see the IPSND.net has no serial numbers submitted to them for this game.
Do you see a serial number on your three games, either on the cabinet or inside the game? If so, you should submit them to the IPSND.net to get the ball rolling. Include there a focused close-up of each serial number as provenance. Your serial number spread can give a clue as to a minimum quantity.
Quoted from undrdog:
The backglass colors on each are different. The backglass layout doesn’t change. The cabinet trim on each is different. Want pictures?
You bet I do. Also make photos of the reverse side of each backglass, if it is easily accessible. Otherwise, don't mess with removing your backglass for this shot. However, from the "Inside backbox" picture that we have, it looks like you can easily move the brace at the top enter of the insert to allow it to hinge downward to make this photo without touching the glass? Except I wonder what holds the glass in place so it doesn't tip over when the insert is hinged open? Don't take risks for my sake.
If you find and photograph the serial numbers, I can explain in our listing where you found them so other owners can look for theirs, then submit them to the IPSND.net.
We always request photos be taken in good lighting so they are not grainy-looking. We can accept images up to a whopping 10MB each but most folks send them in between 1MB and 4MB each.
You may email your pics to me at the address below.
Thank you for your help to photo-document this game for the pinball record.