1999 Williams/Bally Revenge from Mars pinball machine
The 1999 Bally/Williams Revenge from Mars uses
the Pinball 2000 game format. That is, there is a
video monitor angled at the playfield, and through
reflective glass, holographic characters appear
on the playfield. As the ball travels through
the holograms, it hits a switch behind it.
Then the game displays an explosion on the
screen via the video monitor. Pretty cool stuff!
It was for sure the future of pinball, but the
execs at Williams wanted nothing more to do with
pinball, and closed the pinball division (then
only making slot machines.) The end of an
era for pinball unfortunately. They made 6878
of these machines, which was a production number
not seen in pinball since the early 1990s.
This is the actual game at the Ann Arbor Michigan pinball museum.
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