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Me gustan los Pinball clásicos.
Echo de menos estos dos pinballs, que jugaba de pequeño:
Aquarius, de Gottlieb (1970)
Y también ésta:
Tiro's de Maresa (copia de Fun Land, de Gottlieb, 1968)
A ver si alguien se anima a recrearlas en Future Pinball.
My goal is to recreate the pinballs I played in real life around the 60's. With a lack of knowledge in programming but with a lot of patience and using a trial-error method I hope to achieve it. This is my second recration and I hope you like it.As I mentioned previously I am guy in his early seventies who enjiyed this "flippers" (as we called in my country) from tha wonderful de cade of the 50,s and 60' when I was a young one with a lot of hopes and dreams in his brain.
If you want to practice some Spanish just do it.You'll be welcome in my native language.
Muchas gracias a todos.
Oh Boy / IPD No. 1696/ February 07, 1964 / 2 Players Average Fun Rating: Needs More Ratings! 7.0 / 10 (5 ratings) [ Add Your Rating! ]Manufacturer: Williams Electronic Manufacturing Company (1958-1967) [Trade Name: Williams]Date Of Manufacture: February 07, 1964Model Number: 288Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Production: 1,700 units (confirmed)Serial Number Database:View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site)Theme: Girls/WomenNotable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (5), Passive bumpers (4), Slingshots (2), Ball kickers (2), Kick-out hole (1). Double match award optional for 2, 5 or 10 replays (operator adjustable).Design by: Steve KordekArt by: George Molentin
1 REPLAY FOR EACH SCORE OF 1100 POINTS 2 REPLAYS FOR EACH SCORE OF 1300 POINTS 3 REPLAYS FOR EACH SCORE OF 1600 POINTS 4 REPLAYS FOR EACH SCORE OF 1900 POINTS 5 REPLAYS FOR EACH SCORE OF 2100 POINTS1 Replay for either matching last number in point score tolited number that appears on back glass when game is over.
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