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Undocumented Gottlieb VS Pinball machine “short videos added”


By N80G80

6 months ago



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#51 6 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

...He’s already got the street cred right?

LOL That's the understatement of the year.

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#52 6 months ago
Quoted from Jojo1111:

LOL That's the understatement of the year.

Nah I think that would be “nobody wanted SW Home Edition”

Anyway, update from Jon, hopefully we can get him in here soon! So this is NOT an International Concepts game. This was from later in ‘96 how cool!

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#53 6 months ago

Get your story to TWIP. !!! Make a great podcast.

#54 6 months ago

This is so cool! Following for more details

#55 6 months ago
Quoted from chad:

Get your story to TWIP. !!! Make a great podcast.

I linked them to the thread

#56 6 months ago

verify VERIFY VERIFY!!!

#57 6 months ago

With the sticker and the dollar bill acceptor installed, it appears this game was routed. Check the audits, I'd love to know how much $ it made. Very cool piece! And in Maryland? How'd you beat Lloyd to it?!

#58 6 months ago

I wonder if it could be made like a kit with Jon's help? I'd build one!

#59 6 months ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

With the sticker and the dollar bill acceptor installed, it appears this game was routed. Check the audits, I'd love to know how much $ it made. Very cool piece! And in Maryland? How'd you beat Lloyd to it?!

It wasn’t anywhere close to MD lol

#60 6 months ago

Great find, congrats! Let me know if you want to sell it.

#61 6 months ago

One helluva concept: It's all the fun of Strikes 'N Spares meets Shaq Attaq, in everyone's favourite cocktail cabinet!

But still an amazing piece of pinball history right there.

#62 6 months ago

Wow looks like it might be fun, Nice find!

#63 6 months ago

Awesome find!

#64 6 months ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

With the sticker and the dollar bill acceptor installed, it appears this game was routed. Check the audits, I'd love to know how much $ it made. Very cool piece! And in Maryland? How'd you beat Lloyd to it?!

I thought that was pretty funny to be honest! Some arcade had this thing sitting around, this rare, three-of-a-kind piece of pinball history and they’re like “will people pay a buck to play this basketball thing? Probably.”

I’m sure they had no idea of the historical significance. Also it looks like they were able to add the validator in very cleanly

#65 6 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

I thought that was pretty funny to be honest! Some arcade had this thing sitting around, this rare, three-of-a-kind piece of pinball history and they’re like “will people pay a buck to play this basketball thing? Probably.”
I’m sure they had no idea of the historical significance. Also it looks like they were able to add the validator in very cleanly

I’m sort of astounded it just kind of fell out of historical knowledge....there’s legit ‘0’ documentation or reference about it anywhere.

#66 6 months ago

This is cool as hell. I added it to our database.

#67 6 months ago

WOW!! Super cool find!

#68 6 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

What’s his handle? I’m sure someone maybe Forceflow can verify him. He’s already got the street cred right?

Done!

#69 6 months ago

Very cool I love these oddball games.

Thanks for posting

#70 6 months ago

Favorite mod

#71 6 months ago

While you're at it, ask jon norris if there are any other games he designed that arn't on the internet.

#72 6 months ago

Alright, best thread I've read in a LONG time! This is super cool - congrats on unearthing this gem! I'd love to see it up and running in a video (hint hint...)

#73 6 months ago

This might be the coolest thing I've seen on Pinside. Congrats man!
Wait. Coolest thing I've seen was official Iron Maiden announcement.
SECOND COOLEST FOR SURE.

#74 6 months ago

How much did you pay for it out of curiosity?

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#75 6 months ago
Quoted from hool10:

How much did you pay for it out of curiosity?

$25k

#76 6 months ago

Perfect answer

#77 6 months ago

Congrats on your find. Interested in hi-res photos of this game.

#78 6 months ago

Would.

#79 6 months ago

Yeah I realized it was a dumb Q in the shower just now. Still you have a one of a kind machine. It's priceless we will put it that way!

#81 6 months ago
Quoted from hool10:

How much did you pay for it out of curiosity?

Maybe a better way to ask is "Did you get a good deal on it?"

#82 6 months ago

Now I kinda wanna know what other revelations hool10 has in the shower.

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#83 6 months ago

'one on one' i want to play that game tonight.

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#84 6 months ago
Quoted from greenhornet:

'one on one' i want to play that game tonight.[quoted image]

Oates looks like a tenacious defender.

#85 6 months ago
Quoted from mbwalker:

Maybe a better way to ask is "Did you get a good deal on it?"

My guess is $300

#86 6 months ago

Hard to believe that Gottlieb (Premier Technologies) went out of business with games like these.

#87 6 months ago
Quoted from mbwalker:

Maybe a better way to ask is "Did you get a good deal on it?"

If you think driving 13-14 hours to pickup a game is a good deal lol

#88 6 months ago
Quoted from N80G80:

If you think driving 13-14 hours to pickup a game is a good deal lol

I drove 1600 miles round-trip for my Diner

#89 6 months ago

If you’re looking to sell, let me know. :—

#90 6 months ago

Very interested, thanks for taking the time to post about this game. Looking forward to seeing and reading more about this as this thread progresses.

#91 6 months ago

Now we await pinballguru

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#92 6 months ago

From my interviews page, per Jon when I interviewed him many moons ago - "One on One (1996) novelty game - sample run of 5 games only, 2 were dismantled, leaving 3 known to exist. "

Cool find! I'm still looking for the elusive System 3 Bad Girls game. 10 were made, so there has to be one sitting out there, unless Katrina wiped them all out.

Jim

#93 6 months ago

It’s so cool that there is stuff like this still floating around out there.

#94 6 months ago
Quoted from Gott_Lieb:

From my interviews page, per Jon when I interviewed him many moons ago - "One on One (1996) novelty game - sample run of 5 games only, 2 were dismantled, leaving 3 known to exist. "
Cool find! I'm still looking for the elusive System 3 Bad Girls game. 10 were made, so there has to be one sitting out there, unless Katrina wiped them all out.
Jim

Where can I find this interview?

#95 6 months ago

10k by Christmas! Come on... someone had to say it.

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#96 6 months ago

Thanks Lonnie for verifying me.

One on One was designed by me in late 1995 and we made a few (three to five) prototypes in early 1996. The game was an arcade novelty game based on the existing arcade hoops style games where the object was to make as many baskets as possible during a timed game. It had an adjustable "Catch-Up" feature, where if one player fell behind by 10 points, their baskets would score more points.

The game was never made because Gottlieb closed in July 1996. I do recall seeing at least one of these sold at the liquidation auction in late 1996.

A side note, I also designed an arcade novelty drag race game that used the same principle except that target hits advanced your car up a drag strip and the first car across the finish line won. Instead of a basket, this game used the drop target arrangement from Hot Shots, with standup targets replacing the drop targets. The cabinet was a side-by-side style rather than a head to head style. That game was titled "Eliminator" This game was done around 1990 and never made it past the whitewood stage and was killed when the company went to the street line design philosophy.

#97 6 months ago
Quoted from Foo:

10k by Christmas! Come on... someone had to say it.

Haha I’ve had a bunch of offers on it already.....don’t even know what I’d sell it for if I did

#98 6 months ago
Quoted from pinballguru:

Thanks Lonnie for verifying me.
One on One was designed by me in late 1995 and we made a few (three to five) prototypes in early 1996. The game was an arcade novelty game based on the existing arcade hoops style games where the object was to make as many baskets as possible during a timed game. It had an adjustable "Catch-Up" feature, where if one player fell behind by 10 points, their baskets would score more points.
The game was never made because Gottlieb closed in July 1996. I do recall seeing at least one of these sold at the liquidation auction in late 1996.
A side note, I also designed an arcade novelty drag race game that used the same principle except that target hits advanced your car up a drag strip and the first car across the finish line won. Instead of a basket, this game used the drop target arrangement from Hot Shots, with standup targets replacing the drop targets. The cabinet was a side-by-side style rather than a head to head style. That game was titled "Eliminator" This game was done around 1990 and never made it past the whitewood stage and was killed when the company went to the street line design philosophy.

Thanks for the info Jon! Do you figure the one I have is the one that sold at auction? All I know is it was operated by an arcade in Amarillo.

#99 6 months ago
Quoted from pinballguru:

One on One was designed by me in late 1995...

Wow....just.....wow.

#100 6 months ago

Nice Game !

Thank you for pictures .

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