(845) 623-2255

Williams

  • The Machine: Bride of Pin-Bot | Pinball

    Complete the advanced machine to help her turn into a real human woman with Williams’ 1991 The Machine: Bride of Pin-Bot Pinball game. The intricate robot themed game is the second in the Pin-Bot series by Python Anghelo and John Trudeau.

    Read more
  • Slugfest | Pinball Machine

    Built by Williams in 1991, the baseball themed Slugfest game closely resembles various elements of pinball such as a similar body and dot matrix display, but doesn’t have any flippers.

    Read more
  • Scorpion | Pinball Machine

    The Scorpion Pinball machine is another Barry Oursler classic, released by Williams Electronics in 1980. Featuring bright, vivid designs, a large, double-headed, green creature takes over the playfield and is surrounded by dangerous waters.

    Read more
  • Gorgar | Pinball Machine

    Designed by Barry Oursler and released by Williams Electronics in 1979, the Gorgar is known as the first “talking” pinball machine. The speech-synthesized game has a 7 word vocabulary of “Gorgar”, “Speaks”, “Beat”, “Me”, “You”, “Hurt” and “Got” to form broken English sentences to escalate gameplay.

    Read more
  • Funhouse | Pinball Machine

    Featuring a talking ventriloquist doll named Rudy, the classic pinball game released by Williams Electronics in 1990 is based off of the amusement park theme Funhouse.

    Read more
  • Junk Yard | Pinball Machine

    Featuring a crane with a wrecking ball, a toilet that flushes the ball, and a dog house with an attack dog, the game was marketed with the slogan “The meanest game in the whole darn town”.

    Read more
  • Indiana Jones The Pinball Adventure

    Marketed with the slogan, “ The Adventure Continues…” the action-packed playfield is full of movie characters, various airplanes, and other movie-related interactive features that put the player into the mindset of an adventurer. Perfect for all pinball and Indian Jones lovers!

    Read more
  • Black Knight | Pinball Machine

    Designed by pinball legend Steve Ritchie and the first pinball machine to feature a two-level playfield. With four flippers, one pop bumper, two slingshots, four 3-bank drop targets, two kick out holes, one spinning target and more, the action-packed playfield creates fast paced gameplay.

    Read more