The Machine: Bride of Pinbot

Williams

The Machine: Bride of Pinbot

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Manufacturer

Williams Electronic Games, Inc. (United States)

February 1st, 1991

8100 units

The Machine: Bride of Pinbot on the IPSND.


Main details

4 player game

Alphanumeric

normal

manual

Yes

Yes

No

No


Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 465 users and currently ranks #124 (not in Top 100)

Playfield details

2
2
2
3
0
0
0
0
Yes
No
No

Noteworthy features

  • Her head spins as you slowly turn her from machine to human. The first change is upon shooting the ball up the ramp twice and the second time the ball drops in her mouth to activate her speech. The head then rotates to show a new face with a mouth but open eye sockets. The next two ramp shots fill in each eye socket to activate her sight upon which multiball is triggered. Two more balls up the ramp during multiball will change her to human form and activate the one billion timer!
  • Spinning Ball Lock
  • Pin*Bot mini playfield

Trivia

  • Talented singer and songwriter, Stephanie Rogers, does the voice of the Bride of Pinbot.
  • John Trudeau, the designer behind Bride of Pinbot, was given the name "Doctor Flash" during its development by fellow co-worker Python Anghelo. When they were doing this game and Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball, at the same time, they worked insanely fast doing both games in a short time. They were doing so much, so fast, that one day Python called John "Doctor Flash". It stuck from that point.
  • Python Anghelo had a good sense of humor with the playfield art to Bride of Pinbot. Look around the playfield, and see where you can find little spacemen situated around the Bride's body.
  • Williams's last Alpha Numeric game.

Backbox ornament(s)

Computer Controlled Lights in backbox indicate Jackpot millions as shown on the backglass

Video mode

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

Latest software version

Latest software version is unknown.

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