Medieval Madness

Medieval Madness

Medieval Madness, regarded by a major part of the Pinball-Community as the best Machine of all time, was manufactured in 1997.

Prototypes were released in March 1997. The serial-production ended in October-November of the same year.

According to Brian Eddy's interview in The Pinball Compendium, George Gomez helped with the mechanics on this game when a deadline was drawing near.

Game details

October 1997
Solid state
Williams WPC-95
4,016 produced
$12950 - $15050
Dot Matrix
V1.09 - 03 June 1999


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Price history

Price estimate

This game has been listed a total number of 267 times on the Pinside Marketplace, most recently on 2023-12-03.

This past year, we've seen it listed 24 times. The median asking price (trimmed median) was $13,997

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Game quote

"I'm, like, totally captured!"

Pinside rating

This game has received 1455 approved Pinsider ratings and currently has a rating of 8.880 out of 10.


Top 100 ranking

This game ranks 3rd in the game group "Medieval Madness". The group itself ranks #3 in the Pinside Pinball Top 100.

Rating comments

There are 849 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

1126 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.

1762 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.

275 public locations to play this machine.

Market value

There are currently 3 ads for this game on our Market place.

Machine - For Sale
Medieval Madness New ad!
Brighton, CO
13,500 (OBO)
Machine - For Sale
York, SC

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