Here’s a Addams Family Pinball game for sale. This is the best selling pinball machine of all time. In great condition and comes with color DMD display. Some of the features include Thing who comes out and picks up the ball. Addams Family has magnets that make the ball do crazy things. It has a bookcase which opens to lock balls. It has a flipper that thing flips for you. Addams Family has music from the show and a great sound track. We can install the Addams Family Gold software if you want, which adds some additional features.
This game is in stock.
Images of the game are actual pictures of the game that is for sale.
The following is from the International Pinball Database:
|Manufacturer:||Midway Manufacturing Company, a subsidiary of WMS Industries, Incorporated,
of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1988-1999) [Trade Name: Bally]
|Date Of Manufacture:||March, 1992|
|MPU:||Williams WPC (Fliptronics 1)|
|Type:||Solid State Electronic (SS)|
|Production:||20,270 units (confirmed)|
|Serial Number Database:||View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)|
|Theme:||Celebrities – Fictional – Licensed Theme|
|Notable Features:||Flippers (4), Pop bumpers (5), Slingshots (2), Ramps (2), Kick-out holes (2), Dual left inlanes. One of the four flippers doubles as a game-controlled mini-flipper. First ever optical target bank (in the bookcase). Bookcase, when active, rotates to reveal a lock hole. Magnets under the lower playfield activate as “The Power”, an earned feature during play to affect ball movement. 2- or 3-ball multiball. Upper right playfield has “Thing”, a large plastic hand that comes out if its box to magnetically pick up the ball and take it below the playfield.
Actual measured weight: 255 lbs (includes legs).
|Toys:||‘Thing’ hand – ball capture device.
|Concept by:||Pat Lawlor|
|Design by:||Larry DeMar, Pat Lawlor|
|Art by:||John Youssi|
|Dots/Animation by:||Scott Slomiany|
|Mechanics by:||John Krutsch|
|Music by:||Chris Granner|
|Sound by:||Chris Granner|
|Software by:||Larry DeMar, Mike Boon|
|Notes:||‘The Addams Family’ has a flipper that not only is controlled by the player’s flipper button but also is caused by the game programming to flip at certain points in game play. One earlier form of “auto-flipping” appears on Williams’ 1953 ‘Palisades’.|
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