Playboy 35th Anniversary
This is the Playboy 35th anniversary edition. It has ramps, multiball and lots of cool features and ramps. When you start the game you hear Hugh Hefner’s voice say I’m Hef, welcome to my party.
Data East Pinball released the Playboy 35th Anniversary pinball machine in 1989. Joe Kaminkow and Ed Cebula designed it, and Kevin O’Connor created the artwork.
The game celebrates Playboy magazine’s 35th anniversary with a poolside party at Hugh Hefner’s Playboy house. Shoot up the ramps to enter the Mansion, then interact with the animals in the Mansion Zoo to increase your score. When you’re finished, head over to the pool terrace to take your 35th anniversary playmates to the Photo Shoot and get a Special. Lock two balls into the Grotto for multiball and try to shoot the ramps for the Jackpot as 1989 Playmate of the Year Kimberley Conrad observes from the playfield!
Playboy 35th anniversary edition description:
The following is from the International Pinball Database:
|Playboy 35th Anniversary|
|Date Of Manufacture:||May, 1989|
|MPU:||DataEast/Sega Version 2|
|Type:||Solid State Electronic (SS)|
|Production:||2,338 units (confirmed)|
|Serial Number Database:||View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)|
|Theme:||Celebrities – Licensed|
|Notable Features:||Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2).
Actual measured weight: 241 lbs (includes legs).
|Design by:||Joe Kaminkow, Ed Cebula|
|Art by:||Kevin O’Connor|
|Music by:||Kyle Johnson|
|Sound by:||Kyle Johnson|
|Notes:||This game was produced from May 1989 to August 1989.|
*Note: These are photos of the actual game you can purchase!*
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