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Rating #351 of 6 1 month ago
This is a grail game for me. Once you play, you understand why it deserves its ranking.
Rating #351 of 6 1 month ago
Just like in JP, you need to get ChadH's code update for Star Wars. Once you have that installed, this game really comes back to life and fixes a lot of scoring/rules issues with the game.

As for play, it's probably one of the top 3 best produced Data East games and very desirable to all different types of collectors.
Rating #351 of 6 1 month ago
A really great System 9 game. Great play-ability for those new to pinball. The theme still holds strong and it's probably one the best space themed pins in the non-DMD era.
Rating #351 of 104 1 month ago
Very fun pin with some bad art. The glove is a fantastic toy, it will STUFF you hard on your attempts at hitting balls out of the park. I Love the pop up ramp, and the rules aren't bad. lot's of ways to score points on this one. This is like a world cup soccer, but much better.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
What a great looking pin. And it plays well too ... the multiball rule of locking balls to get more playfield multipliers is a clever rule that you should see more often.

Fun pin! Buy one!
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Can be a brutal game! But certainly has that "one more game" factor, for me anyway!
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Meow - meow - meow - meow!
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
What a sweet game. Classic looker and player.
Rating #351 of 70 2 months ago
Great little two-inch flipper game.  The circle of pop bumpers integrate well with the theme of the Chicago World Fair Ferris wheel quite well.  Chasing the lit bumper to collect points and spins is a novel idea, and works to give players something to shoot for after the number sequence is completed.  Pops are quite lively if the game is cared for correctly.  The flipper gap on this game is ridiculous…getting a hold of the ball is difficult…I need not elaborate for fans of Gottlieb 2-Inch flippergames.   Collecting all of the numbers in the sequence is a challenge in itself, as the five top rollovers are difficult to hit after the ball has entered play given their odd angles.  Backglass artwork is beautiful and one of the best from the period—lots of little details and stories to explore.  I love that the World Fair depicted in this game isn’t the World Fair that was occurring in New York at the time of the game’s release, but of the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, which celebrates the accomplishments showcased in the birthplace of pinball, the second city, and not the eye to the future that the New York World Fair was promoting. 
Rating #351 of 6 2 months ago
Love the jackpots
Rating #351 of 6 2 months ago
All time great. A must for every collection.
Rating #351 of 82 2 months ago
Contender for the worst pinball ever made. And it has jar jar binks. Nice one, George Lucas.
Rating #351 of 82 2 months ago
Nice art package but gets tired quickly
Rating #351 of 82 2 months ago
Possibly the most one dimensional bally williams dmd
Rating #351 of 82 2 months ago
The pro is far superior, the dumb upper playfield slows things down, it doesn't add much to the game and makes it hard to see the upper lanes. I like the blue art package.
Rating #351 of 82 2 months ago
Dull
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Another sweet Lyman coded Stern game. One of the classics.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Brutal Sys11 title. This game can play nasty but it is very addictive!
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Rare Sys11 title. Don't be put off by the hideous creature on the backglass, this is a cool game.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Classic Sys11 title.

No multiball but that doesn't detract from the game play as you try to loop the Cyclone and the Comet ramps. Try and get double playfield running before you hammer the Comet ramp. :)
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Just like Harry himself, this game is tough. The shots are tight, and the ramps are steep. Make sure your flippers are up to par on this one.

Love the artwork and callouts, having Eastwood come back for the pin is great. Multiball start is great, and the DMD animations are nice. Really enjoy this one.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
The best of the double playfield games IMHO.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
Underrated in my opinion. Maybe the two ball multiball drags it back a little in public opinion.

In my humble opinion, Solar Fire is the best of the 4 double playfield games, followed by Pharoah/BK tied for second and JL trailing behind.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
The worst Sys11 game.

Hands down.

Boooom. I said it.
Rating #351 of 25 2 months ago
One of the best pinball rulesets ever?

Right feed out of pops can be very nasty with SDTM drains.

Addictive addictive game.
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