Abra Ca Dabra

Abra Ca Dabra

With its mysterious magic and sorcery theme and unique layout, Abra Ca Dabra is one of the most beloved games released by Gottlieb in the mid-1970s. The game features a moving lit drop target that will score an indicated bonus value, a value which is increased by completing the rollover sequence or hitting the centre target after collecting all the drop targets. The same layout appeared in Gottlieb’s soccer themed games Team One and Kicker.

Design team

Game Design: Jeff Brenner
Artwork: Gordon Morison

Game details

D. Gottlieb & Co.
November 1975
(Electro) Mechanical
2,825 produced
$2130 - $2470
Mechanical Reels


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Price history

Price estimate

This game has been listed a total number of 59 times on the Pinside Marketplace, most recently on 2023-08-13.

This past year, we've seen it listed 14 times. The median asking price (trimmed median) was $2,250

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Pinside rating

This game has received 75 approved Pinsider ratings and currently has a rating of 8.399 out of 10.


Top 100 ranking

This game ranks #14 in the Pinside EM Top 100.

Rating comments

There are 47 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

171 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.

131 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.

17 public locations to play this machine.

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