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Twilight Zone pinball machine is a widebody machine, planned by Pat Lawlor and in light of the TV series of a similar name. It was first delivered in 1993 by Midway (under the Bally name). This game is essential for WMS’ SuperPin line of widebody games close by Star Trek: The Next Generation and Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure.
Following the gigantic accomplishment of The Addams Family pinball game, Midway gave Lawlor full imaginative command over the plan of his next game, and the outcome is a curiously complicated machine. Among its prominent highlights incorporate a working gumball machine (which stores balls), a functioning simple clock (utilized as a clock for different modes), the Powerfield (a little isolated play field where the ball is pushed by magnets rather than flippers), and the “Powerball”, a white ceramic ball which is lighter than a standard steel ball and is non-attractive.
As well as adjusting the signature music from the first TV show, the game’s primary ambient sound is an understanding of the 1982 hit “Twilight Zone”, by Golden Earring. Tim Kitzrow gave the voice of Rod Serling.
This game was initially expected to be the primary game to utilize Williams/Midway’s DCS Sound System, but since the DCS board was as yet being developed when the game was delivered, it rather utilized the Yamaha YM2151/Harris CVSD sound board.
Twilight Zone is presently the first class electronic pinball machine ever on the Internet Pinball Machine Database.
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