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Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)

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  1. Pinball Arcade

    Pinball Arcade

    3,569

    3/28/2012

Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Image from Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)

Gorgar™ (1979): was designed by Barry Oursler, a legendary designer who helped create many classics over two decades. His credits include: Pin•Bot, Cyclone, Comet, Space Shuttle, and Jungle Lord to name just a few. Gorgar was the very first “talking” pinball machine. With a vocabulary of seven words (Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, Me, You, Hurt, and Got), Gorgar is able to say phrases such as “Gorgar speaks”, “Me Gorgar, beat me”, and “You hurt Gorgar”. It has a magnetic Snake Pit that holds your ball captive as he thunders, “Me got you”. The audio also features a heartbeat sound that races faster and faster as the action of the gameplay builds up when the player is doing well. Over 14,000 units of this table were produced. Monster Bash™ (1998): was designed by George Gomez. The goal of the table is to get six of the most iconic Universal Studios Monsters® to form a band the likes of which has never been seen! If you can dig out the Mummy, he'll dust himself off and plug in his bass. Dracula will fly out of his coffin, dying to sink his teeth into a mean guitar riff. The Creature from the Black Lagoon will crank on his sax! Frankenstein will jump off his slab and jam on his keyboard. The Bride of Frankenstein will start to sing about her Ball and Chain and the Wolfman will give you a howling drumbeat. With the help of the PHANTOM FLIP auto-play feature, you can let go of the flippers and watch the game complete your shots! 3,361 units of the table were produced.

Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)
  • 5/19/2015
  • Farsight Studios
  • Crave Games
  • Strategy & Simulation, Classics
  1. Two table add-on pack #3: Gorgar™ (1979) and Monster Bash™ (1998)

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    • 5/19/2015
    • 52.36 MB
    Gorgar™ (1979): was designed by Barry Oursler, a legendary designer who helped create many classics over two decades. His credits include: Pin•Bot, Cyclone, Comet, Space Shuttle, and Jungle Lord to name just a few. Gorgar was the very first “talking” pinball machine. With a vocabulary of seven words (Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, Me, You, Hurt, and Got), Gorgar is able to say phrases such as “Gorgar speaks”, “Me Gorgar, beat me”, and “You hurt Gorgar”. It has a magnetic Snake Pit that holds your ball captive as he thunders, “Me got you”. The audio also features a heartbeat sound that races faster and faster as the action of the gameplay builds up when the player is doing well. Over 14,000 units of this table were produced. Monster Bash™ (1998): was designed by George Gomez. The goal of the table is to get six of the most iconic Universal Studios Monsters® to form a band the likes of which has never been seen! If you can dig out the Mummy, he'll dust himself off and plug in his bass. Dracula will fly out of his coffin, dying to sink his teeth into a mean guitar riff. The Creature from the Black Lagoon will crank on his sax! Frankenstein will jump off his slab and jam on his keyboard. The Bride of Frankenstein will start to sing about her Ball and Chain and the Wolfman will give you a howling drumbeat. With the help of the PHANTOM FLIP auto-play feature, you can let go of the flippers and watch the game complete your shots! 3,361 units of the table were produced.