Random pinball question (from late 1980s)

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zetax
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Random pinball question (from late 1980s)

Postby zetax » May 13th, 2018, 10:50 pm

Just curious, but do any of you remember a pinball machine from the late 80's that had a "bride of Frankenstein" vibe...artwork had the bride (pale chick) and a scientist (and/or) Igor? Used to play it in the late 80's, but cannot remember the name.

Recent pinball arcade posts brought this up in my mind... Any help would be great!

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Re: Random pinball question (from late 1980s)

Postby Stalvern » May 14th, 2018, 2:58 am

Elvira had a pinball machine. Maybe that's what you're remembering?

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Re: Random pinball question (from late 1980s)

Postby zetax » May 14th, 2018, 5:14 pm

I did some Goggling, looking for things like "bride of Frankenstein pinball" (found a lot of Frankenstein related stuff, as well as "bride of Pinbot" pinball), no luck. Then tried looking for "mad scientist pinball", and after scrolling down through a bunch of images managed to find what I was thinking of...

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Genesis by Gottlieb. The only pinball they had in our college rec, but seemed pretty fun back in the day.


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