Ann Arbor Michigan Pinball Museum Game Pictures
1934 J.H. Keeney Torpedo pinball machine

The 1934 J.H. Keeney Torpedo was basically a copy of the 1934 Rube Gross & Company (Seattle) Torpedo game. Keeney really didn't change any of the game's features for their version, but artwork is a bit different though. Regardless, this is a very fun 10 ball (1" glass marble) game. The idea is to get the balls into the highest scoring pockets. But to do that, you need to "torpedo" them! The game has several coils that kick and "ball walk" the balls (think 1980s Stern solidstate games.) The player must add up their score to get the total.

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