3-In-Line

3-In-Line

The first Bally Multi-Player Flipper-Game since 1957.

Early models had a different Cabinet-Artwork with pink and blue colors. A similar artwork was used 2 years later on Gottlieb's Dodge City.

There also were some slight changes in the playfield-artwork.

Some units featured an "Extra Ball"-Insert above the Flippers.

Design team

Concept: Ted Zale
Game Design: Ted Zale
Mechanics: Ted Zale
Animation: Ted Zale



Game details

1484
Bally Manufacturing Co.
July 1963
(Electro) Mechanical
1,000 produced
Unknown
Normal
Mechanical Reels
4
0
0
0
#2549
Unknown

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