I know it won't happen, but I would love a pin based on the '79 cult classic "The Warriors". There was a highly-acclaimed PS2 game based on this awhile back that expanded upon the storyline. The pin would definitely have to include scenes from this too. It's still a popular film, even among the younger crowd.
To start, the backglass should be something like this:
The game would require John Borg and Steve Ritchie-esque kinetics, since the movie was fast paced. The object is to reach your final destination (and wizard mode) Coney Island. You must battle the various gangs and find shortcuts to stay alive. It would play like cross between IM, MET, X-Men, T2, HS2 and No Fear.
-Toys include a subway ramp (subway is above ramp like the skull dragon ramps of Scared Stiff) and the subway may move or just be decoration.
-Molotov Cocktail catapult launcher into smashable car toy.
-Borg-esque magnets to simulate gang fights and hand-to-hand combat.
-Center of playfield would have 2 possible design choices: A large "W" tagged like a graffiti Warriors tag with lights around it showing a different insert for each gang you need to conquer. It would feature the Boppers, High Hats, Gramercy Riffs, Orphans, Turnbull ACs, and Baseball Furies just to start.
-A subway map showing each destination with the gangs surrounding it. (Also, the map can be suspended in the back panel of the playfield and the "W" can still be in the playfield's center).
-Insert 1 coin: you hear Cyrus saying "Can you dig it?"
-Insert 2nd coin: You hear Cyrus repeat the phrase with more charisma: "Caaaaaaan youuuu diiiiig iiiiit??" followed by the ferocious
cheering of the gangs in the audience. Just for reference:
-Pressing start shows clips of Cyrus being shot and all hell breaking loose. Luther screams and points "It was the Warriors!" as you begin your mission to evade the blame and crack some gang's skulls.
-Classic soundbites from film are found here including the classic "I'll stick that bat up your ass and turn you into a popsicle." (Used when battling Baseball Furies) They are used for certain shots and game modes, not just thrown out for the hell of it.
-Main gameplay music (including pre-launch before 00:41)
-Before you start multiball, you hear this tune found in the trailer (which also has the Cyrus soundbites on it).
-Attract mode: Classic bottles clinking and Luther uttering the classic "come out and play-ay!" This would also play before starting Coney Island wizard mode.
-During game play, you hear the awesome Barry de Vorzon synth-laden tracks you heard in the film.
-After game over, you hear Joe Walsh's "In the City"
-"Knock on Wood" and "I love livin' in the city" would play when battling the Boppers and Turnbull ACs bosses. They were used in the PS2 game it fit the game very well.
-Other tunes from the film: "Nowhere to Run", "Last of an Ancient Breed"
-Since the DJ (Lynn Thigpen) from the film died, there would have to be a stand in to capture her sultry voice. Call outs would be insanely good.
-Side cabinet art is the tagged Warriors logo in red letters on an urbanesque brick/rusty background.
-Speaker panels have red tagged "W" on each speaker and tagged artwork on the rest of the panel.
-Backbox shows a different Warrior/gang member on each side. This can be customized, or be something like:
I'm sure I'm in the minority but some of you guys must agree with me....Can you dig it? Or can you not?