What’s that in the back of my vehicle? Oh noo… another pinball!
Let’s unload it and take a look under the hood.
At the Houston show I shot some video of a pretty cool custom-made Visual Pinball game installed inside a Zizzle toy pinball cabinet. Check it out:
Here’s a look at playing the vintage 1976 Williams EM pinball game, “Space Odyssey”. This is a classic Williams electro-mechanical game that featured a sweeping stationary target across the middle, and ball kickers on each side of the flipper. It’s especially exciting when you can get the timing just right so the kicker fires the ball into the moving target. This is the 2-player version of the same game, “Space Mission”. There were 4,300 of these produced.
And as a bonus here’s a quick look at a vintage 1975 Gottlieb “Fast Draw”, the 2-player version of “Quick Draw” – another classic EM:
But Wait! There’s more… here’s a look at the 1977 Gottlieb classic “wedgehead” EM game, “Centigrade 37”:
Check out the newest member of the family, and aptly named if you ask me:
Another flub in the video – he’s nine weeks old, not nine months old.