Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)

This add-on works with:

  1. Pinball Arcade

    Pinball Arcade

    3,569

    3/28/2012

Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Image from Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)

Funhouse™ (1990) was designed by the legendary Pat Lawlor and is one of the most popular and iconic pinball classics of all time. Rudy is the star of this table! His talking animatronic head responds in real-time to game events. This includes taunting the player and following the ball with his eyes. Rudy even gives each player a nickname such as “Chucky” , “Spunky ”, “Bucko”, and “ Slick” for the duration of the game. The player's primary goal is to advance the clock to midnight so that Rudy falls asleep. While Rudy snores, shooting a ball into his open mouth starts 3-ball multi-ball and the potential for million-plus scoring. 10,750 units of this table were produced. Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997): The enchanting Lady of the Cirqus guides the player throughout this highly-rated table designed by John Popadiuk and Cameron Silver. The table features the first ever dot matrix display mounted in the playfield and a cannon- firing back box. Rising and disappearing below the playfield are a jet bumper and a wise-cracking Ringmaster that taunts the player throughout various modes. The player must light up the Cirqus, unmask Voltaire and then join the cirqus to achieve a multi-level wizard mode and the chance to earn a spectacular grand finale. 2,704 units of this table were produced featuring a variety of different colors of neon tubes and menagerie balls.

Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)
  • 5/19/2015
  • Farsight Studios
  • Crave Games
  • Strategy & Simulation, Classics
  1. Two table add-on pack #2: Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997) and Funhouse™ (1990)

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    • 5/19/2015
    • 71.40 MB
    Funhouse™ (1990) was designed by the legendary Pat Lawlor and is one of the most popular and iconic pinball classics of all time. Rudy is the star of this table! His talking animatronic head responds in real-time to game events. This includes taunting the player and following the ball with his eyes. Rudy even gives each player a nickname such as “Chucky” , “Spunky ”, “Bucko”, and “ Slick” for the duration of the game. The player's primary goal is to advance the clock to midnight so that Rudy falls asleep. While Rudy snores, shooting a ball into his open mouth starts 3-ball multi-ball and the potential for million-plus scoring. 10,750 units of this table were produced. Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997): The enchanting Lady of the Cirqus guides the player throughout this highly-rated table designed by John Popadiuk and Cameron Silver. The table features the first ever dot matrix display mounted in the playfield and a cannon- firing back box. Rising and disappearing below the playfield are a jet bumper and a wise-cracking Ringmaster that taunts the player throughout various modes. The player must light up the Cirqus, unmask Voltaire and then join the cirqus to achieve a multi-level wizard mode and the chance to earn a spectacular grand finale. 2,704 units of this table were produced featuring a variety of different colors of neon tubes and menagerie balls.