Spanish Eyes Pinball Machine
Spanish Eyes is a pinball game produced by Williams and released in 1972. It was designed by Norm Clark.who designed many great Williams pinball machines. The art was done by John Craig. The rules of the Spanish Eyes pinball machine are fairly straight-forward. The Player’s goal is to light up the numbers 1 through 6 by hitting the matching targets. For every one of the lit numbers, the game adds an additional 1,000 points to the total value of the saucer in the center. To score an extra ball, a Player must light the A, B, C, D and E top rollovers. The player can also win an extra ball by completing 1-6 and making the loop shot. This game allows you to win multiple free balls, it is an add a ball and a replay game. This is one the early pinball games to use DC current for the jet bumpers, giving the game some fast action.
One of the more interesting features of this particular pinball game is the bumper at the bottom of the playfield, between the flippers. If you’re looking for other pinball games made by Williams during the same era, take a look at our Swinger pinball game.
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