1956 Genco Lucky 7 pinball machine
The 1956 Genco Lucky Seven is actually a roll down game.
Meaning the player is given some 3" balls, and they must
roll them down the playfield into scoring holes. The
game tells you what score range to hit for the most points.
The player rolls two balls per frame, trying to get
either under seven or over seven. This gets the
points earned plus big bonus points. Hitting seven
exactly always earns the most points. But the unique
thing about this game is the "flipper". It's actually
a mechanical bar that the player controls to influence
which hole the ball rolls. We've never seen another
rolldown game with this feature.
This is the actual game at the Ann Arbor Michigan pinball museum.
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