Medieval Madness™ (1997): One of the most highly acclaimed pinball machines of all time, the “Reign of Payne” comes to life thanks to the design artistry of Brian Eddy and masterful game rules by Lyman Sheats Jr. Incorporating some wonderful humor within the game theme and overall game play, there’s something for everyone with a playfield that features damsels needing to be rescued from a dragon, peasants revolting, catapults to be launched to storm a fully animated castle that quivers and shakes once the drawbridge has been lowered. Add to this trolls that pop up from under the playfield and able assists from Merlin’s magic and this is one pinball fit for a king (or even a queen). 4,016 units of this table were produced. The Machine: Bride of Pin•Bot™ (1991): From the inventive mind of Python Anghelo with able assistance from John Trudeau and software by Brian Eddy, this is the second in the very successful Pin•Bot trilogy of tables. This time it’s Pin*Bot’s Bride who takes center stage with a dramatic transformation that always turns heads. From the opening skill shot the quest is to bring the Bride to life with a sequence of shots up the Shuttle Ramp to first give her speech, then sight, and a dazzling, heart beating grand finale with the chance to join the Billionaire’s Club—the largest single scoring feature in pinball history. Approximately 8,100 units of this table were produced.