Dipsy Doodle (4-digit-Test-Sample)
The DiDo-Test-Samples from summer 1970 still had the usual 4-digit-totalizers.
But since Bally invented the "dummy-zero" for Multi-Players with BIG VALLEY and players loved it, Williams quickly got onto it and changed it for the DiDo-serial-production scheduled in December 1970.
Therefore the game-name had to be set in the lower right side of the backglass, while the WILLIAMS-Logo remained at the top.
Approximately 100 4-digit-DiDo's were produced.
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