Lost World Pinball Machine
Bally’s Lost World pinball machine was originally released February 10th, 1977. For Bally, Lost World was a game of firsts. It was the first to use a photographic backglass, allowing the background image to have far more colors than were available prior as well as a fascinating 3D look. It was also the first machine Bally made that used electronic sounds rather than the traditional chimes.
This game was designed by Gary Gayton
The artwork was created by Paul Faris He did many famous Bally Pinball machines
There were 10,330 pinballs created in 1978.