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Australian Pinball Expo 2014 - Games List


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This will be public knowledge within two weeks, so it seemed fair to post it here first. Games list as of today 12/01/2014.

 

12/01/2014 - added Sinbad, Gottlieb.

20/01/2014 - added Fire!, Williams.

 

1940s & 1950s

 

Woodrails

Knockout

Humpty Dumpty

Lady Robin Hood

Cinderella

Madison Square Garden

Mermaid

Happy Days

Roto Pool

 

1960s

 

Bally

Cue Tease

Starjet

Campus Queen

Safari

On Beam

King Tut

 

Gottlieb

Egghead

Sweet Hearts

Gigi

Bank a ball

Bank a ball woodrail

Cowpoke

Ice Show

Cross Town

Sing Along

Diamond Jack

King of Diamonds

Solitaire

Fun Land

Mibs

Mini Pool

 

Midway

Winner

 

Williams

Lucky Strike

 

1970's Electro Mechanical

 

Bally Low Production Games

King Rex

Jokers

Round Up

The Red Max

Bali Hi

Fore

Black Jack EM

Slap Stick

 

Bally

4 Million BC

El Toro

Fireball

Hi-Lo Ace

Wizard!

Hi-Deal

Capt. Fantastic

 

Gottlieb

Aquarius

Star Trek

Astro

Roller Coaster

Flying Carpet

Pro Pool

Pro-Football

New York

Royal Flush

Sure Shot

Bank Shot

Cleopatra

Golden Arrow

Team One

Centigrade 37

Rock Star

Close Encounters

Pyramid

Eye of the Tiger

 

Williams

Solids and Stripes

Granada

Triple Strike

 

Zaccaria

Combat

 

1970's Solid State

 

Atari

The Atarians

Time 2000

Airborne Avenger

Space Riders

Middle Earth

Superman

 

Bally

Playboy

Playboy

Kiss

Future Spa

Hot Doggin'

Star Trek

Space Invaders

 

Gottlieb

Joker Poker

Sinbad

Charlie's Angels

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Genie

 

Hankin

FJ

 

Stern

Nugent

 

Williams

Stellar Wars

 

1980's

 

Bally

Fireball II

Centaur

Medusa

Black Pyramid

Kings of Steel

Blackwater 100

Escape from the Lost World

 

Geiger

Fly High

 

Gottlieb

The Amazing Spider Man

The Amazing Spider Man

Circus

Panthera

Counterforce

James Bond

Star Race

Time Line

Asteroid Annie & The Aliens

Buck Rogers

Black Hole

Black Hole

Black Hole

Force II

Mars God of War

Pink Panther

Volcano

Haunted House

Haunted House

Eclipse

Spirit

Caveman

Rocky

Q*Bert's Quest

 

Hankin

Dennis Lillie's, Howzat!

 

Premier

Rock Encore

 

Stern

Iron Maiden

 

Williams

Fire Power

Hyperball

Furie

Defender

Fire!

 

Zaccaria

Zankor

Spooky

 

1990's

 

Alvin G

A.G. Soccerball

 

Data East

Robocop

Maverick

 

Capcom

Pinball Magic

Airborne

Breakshot

 

WMS

Terminator 2

The Machine: Bride of Pinbot

The Addam's Family

Creature from the Black Lagoon

Doctor Who

Fish Tales

White Water

Twilight Zone

Twilight Zone

Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

World Cup Soccer '94

The Addam's Family Gold

Theatre of Magic

Scared Stiff

No Good Gofers

Medieval Madness

Cirqus Voltaire

Cirqus Voltaire

Champion Pub

Monster Bash

Monster Bash

Cactus Canyon

Revenge From Mars

 

2000's

 

Stern Pinball

Lord of the Rings

Sopranos

Spider-Man

Iron Man

Tron LE

Transformers Decepticons LE

Avengers LE

Metallica MOP LE

AC/DC BIB LE

AC/DC LTBR LE

Xmen Magneto LE

Xmen Wolverine LE

Very Rare Games

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Great selection covering all ages.

 

I'm sure you know who is involved, but we've only managed it because the 3 of us are interested in 3 different eras of pinball. The only real overlap in the collections are the System 80s, and a couple of WMS titles.

 

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Keen for the early EMs.

Played a ton of them on virtual.

Awesome stuff.

 

 

Sent from iPhone using Tapatalk

 

 

A bunch of the EMs won't have been seen in Australia before (might have been back in the day but definitely not now).

 

I bring the cookies, the other guys bring the rare stuff ;)

 

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Wow so many machines and so many i have never seen/played i cant wait

Great effort

Out of the six pinballs i have only one is on that list.

 

A lot of the early titles especially are very rare, if you look at the production numbers for the games under the 'bally low production numbers' games from the 70s, most of those only had between 50 and 100 units made. Its likely that even among the guys who've been collecting EMs for 20 years that they've never seen any of them. Other titles very few survive like Mermaid. There are also a lot of 80s solid states that are quite rare in the country, especially furie, fly high, asteroid annie and the aliens, eclipse, spirit etc etc etc.

 

Keep in mind this is not the full collection - this is merely what we can get working in the time we've got. Give me an unlimited budget and enough techs, and we'd probably have 300 games there.

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May I suggest you keep all expo information in one thread to keep new members informed

 

eg, when and where pinball expo is held?

 

It hasn't officially been announced yet which is why there is no post, but I can put up something with the current info I spose.

 

Having put on an event with almost 100 machines previously the games list is the #1 thing I got asked for over and over again, hence its own post.

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Looks good but what are cookies?

 

Peter

 

DMDs that every collector has.

 

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Looks awesome, imagine the juice you guys will burn over the 3 days!

 

Thankfully power is included at this venue, at a lot of others it isn't!

 

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As good a line-up as you'll find anywhere.

 

Thanks!

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  • 2 weeks later...
  • 6 months later...
ben, i'm sure it's the 1968 bally joker, they made 110

 

Ok, great, thanks mate. Will check out the photos. Never played a 1960's EM before so pretty excited. Have decided to play each game in Chronological order from 1940-1988 and then see how I feel about the modern games on the day. Still getting used to them but finally after 20 plays on each this month, got a score credit on The Addams Family and The Simpson....so things are looking up :blink:

 

But starting to see why people like the modern games. Lots to shoot for, Good game time but hard to get a credit. Need sharp reflexes though.

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