Road Show


Road Show

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Williams Electronic Games, Inc. (United States)

October 1st, 1994

6259 units

Road Show on the IPSND.

Main details

4 player game

Dot Matrix

wide body






Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 514 users and currently ranks #88 in the Top 100

Playfield details


Design team

Concept: Pat Lawlor
Game Design: Pat Lawlor
Mechanics: John Krutsch
Artwork: John Youssi
Callouts: Tim Kitzrow

Noteworthy features

  • Two heads (Ted and Red) on the playfield with moving eyes and mouths that can swallow the ball. Ted has a bulldozer thing in front of him that can go up and down.
  • There is a double plunger. The right plunger is used for starting the game. The left plunger is used for "flying rocks" kind of skill shot during the game.
  • Latest upgrade: ROM chip vL-6.


  • Road Show's Red, according to Pat Lawor, is the sister to Funhouse's Rudy.
  • Country music star Carlene Carter does the voice for Road Show's Red, and appears on a faux billboard on the game's translite.
  • Country music star Carlene Carter contributes to the Road Show soundtrack with her song entitled "Every Little Thing" (which plays during multiball).

Backbox ornament(s)

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

Video mode

This machine has no video mode.

Latest software version

U6: V. L-6 official / L-6 ccd1 u

Click here to view the changelog.

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