Gorgar was the first talking pinball machine with a vocabulary of seven words: Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, You, Me, Hurt, Got. The words could be combined together for different phrases.

This may sound rather ridiculous 40 years later but was absolutely leading edge in 1979, not only for the pinball-industry but for technology in general, and nobody should forget that.

Plus, after the sensational success of FLASH, it was the second SS-milestone for Williams and did a further important step to beat Bally and becoming #1 in the industry.

It still ranks at #15 of the most produced Flippergames ever.

Design team

Game details

December 1979
Solid state
Williams System 6
14,000 produced
$1940 - $2260


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Price history

Price estimate

This game has been listed a total number of 199 times on the Pinside Marketplace, most recently on 2023-03-29.

This past year, we've seen it listed 26 times. The median asking price (trimmed median) was $2,050

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Pinside rating

This game has received 231 approved Pinsider ratings and currently has a rating of 7.574 out of 10.


Top 100 ranking

This game ranks #166 in the Pinside Pinball Top 100.

Rating comments

There are 115 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

687 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.

360 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.

73 public locations to play this machine.

Market value

There are currently 2 ads for this game on our Market place.

2,500 (OBO)
Machine - For Sale
Gorgar New ad!
Nesconset, NY
Machine - For Sale
Waukesha, WI

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