Laser Cue

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Manufacturer

Williams Electronic Games, Inc. (United States)

February 2nd, 1984

2800 units

Laser Cue on the IPSND.


Main details

Williams System 7
4 player game

digital

normal

manual

No

No

No

No


Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 44 users and currently ranks #192 (not in Top 100)

Playfield details

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5
Yes
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Design team

Game Design: Edward Tomaszewski
Artwork: Pam Erickson


Tags

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Noteworthy features

  • The 5 targets on the drop target bank are individually controlled; this is not a common feature because it requires 5 solenoids instead of just one. Swords of Fury also has this type of drop target bank, though this machine also has an extra solenoid that lets it drop all 5 targets at once as well.

Trivia

  • Its flyer claims that it's the first pinball machine to store 4 high scores, as well as the first pinball machine to guarantee a given amount of time for extra balls.

Backbox ornament(s)

It is unknown wether any backbox ornaments were available for this machine.

Video mode

This machine has no dot matrix or video display, so it has no videmode.

Latest software version

IC14 ROM- Never ending bell FIX

Click here to view the changelog.

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