Harley Davidson

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9.642

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9.642/10
2 years ago
There weren't a lot of these made, and these often we're routed to death. Exceptional copies are extremely hard to find.
The flow on this game is incredible...one of the very best.

There are some interesting scoring discrepancies, but nothing outlandish.
If you like old-school charm, Harleys, and flow...this is your game.
8.689/10
3 years ago
I played this machine at Double Pinball for the Pre Ifpa 16 tournament, and I found it a nice game, even though it has no ramps. It has two objectives: advancing all cities by shooting loops and getting the jackpot in a 3-ball multiball activable by shooting the scoops.
6.659/10
10 years ago
Ok, first things first. I'm not into Harley-Davidson as a theme, bike or culture. Fortunately, I'm rating a pinball game that just happens to have that theme.

The Pros:
The Sprenger/Oursler design team did a great job (once again) of making the most out of less. A simple game that is fun to play and works with the theme of travelling across the country and back. Building spinner value and then looping the ball to travel across the country. Jackpots are earned at each end of the trip. Rinse and repeat... simple and nicely done. Fathom inlanes/outlanes keep you on your toes and working your nudging skills. PF artwork is nicely done. The cab with the map on the sides is cool too.

The Cons:
Bonus points for getting to Milwaukee? What're you gonna do there? Take the factory tour, drink some beer and check out the Dahmer Murder sites? The BG artwork is a bad impression of Drew Struzan's craft.

The Takeaway:
A solid game and a better table than many will give it credit for. Harkens back to early 80's games with no ramps and simpler rules. Wax it up, put on a new set of rubbers and let this rip.
6.891/10
13 years ago
Just played this game for the first time and enjoyed it. The inverse outlanes drove me nuts, but I always liked something a little different from the norm. Once you get the loops going you can get your score and progress going. By no means my favorite game but I would never dream of walking by one without spending some time on it.
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