Quoted from o-din:
Here are a few pics of my original, unrestored Fun Park.
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Quoted from chubtoad13:
That makes my Fun Park look like a pile of crap. I really wish it wasn’t painted over. Oh well, it’s still a blast to play. The game kicks my ass every time
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Fun Park is the biggest sleeper in all of wedgeheads, I've been saying it for years. It blows Fun Land away. They added a major game feature to Fun Park that is totally missing in Fun Land and that is the "red-yellow-green" system that is awesomely controlled by a pop bumper. If green, the SPECIAL awards 500 points. If yellow, the SPECIAL awards one extra ball. If red, the SPECIAL awards TWO extra balls - and a satisfying double knock on the cabinet.
It totally makes/breaks the game and it is a shame Fun Land doesn't have it. This game is my all time favorite and totally blows away Atlantis, Centigrade 37, and El Dorado IMO
I have a nice mint one too, unfortunately I don't have any good pictures of it. Playfield is immaculate. One of the nicest wedgeheads left, I have never seen a playfield so nice in any collection. I still think it's the nicest Fun Park around ever.
I guess I'll contribute to the wedgehead thread, I don't have pictures of them all because they're all in storage awaiting my arcade to open later this year but I am up to 16 or so all-original wedgeheads now:
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