Live game of the Fire Power pinball machine!
When was the Firepower pinball machine released?
In February 1980 by the company Williams Electronic Games. It was designed by Steve Ritchie and was the second model to incorporate its own voice, with permission from the pinball machine from Gorgar. Over 17,000 units were sold, all averaging between $1,300 and $1,600 in value. In addition to S.R, who else was involved in its design?
In the programming John Jung was a witness, in the software Eugene Jarvis, in the artwork Constantino Mitchell and Jeanine Mitchell, in the sound Eugene Jarvis and in the voice, again, Steve Ritchie. The person we mentioned when giving the sound to pinball is not entirely true, you see:
According to the extract of information extracted from ipdb.org, the voice processing was produced apart from the software, so everything indicates that Paul Dussault was the one who really gave voice to this pinball machine model Among the most important attributes of this range of pinball machines, we have the following:
It was the first prototype that had the function of changing lanes, which the player could open freely by pressing the right trigger of the flipper, instead of the CPU, another novelty that did not exist until then. It was the first solid state that had the multi-ball function, with up to a total number of 3 balls
And it was the first to incorporate an animated playing field, although it was somewhat stuck, it had an iframe drop, that is, the visual experience was not the most fluid, given that the capacity of its hardware was not the TOP
These are the Main Features of the Firepower pinball machine:
– 2 flippers
– 4 pop type bumpers
– 2 slingshots
– 10 stand-up targets
– 3 kick-out holes
– 2 star rollovers
– 1 spinning target
– 1 outlane kickback
– Multi-balls up to 3
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Can I buy the Firepower pinball machine in your online store?
It is not necessary for us to answer that, because you have for sale the largest stock of Firepower pinball machines on the market: We are the only online store on the net that offers you two alternatives . These have names: one you have already seen and the other is Vintage Arcade. In Vintage, the Firepower pinball machine is sold for $3,995. On Ebay, it is usually something cheaper: between 2000-3000 dollars on average
In addition to being able to purchase the real pinball machine as such, you will be able to buy the most important parts of it. As for the purchase policies that stand out the most in these two stores, it is that you can pay through Paypal, Mastercard, American Express, Visa and Discover. You can pay for it cash on delivery, if you select the local pickup option on eBay, and full payment, if you make the transaction on vintagearcade.net
Both stores offer you a return guarantee: For Vintage it can be extended up to 5 years, at ebay.com we settle for a month, but vintage stock tends to go more slowly. On eBay, as there is a section dedicated to this pinball machine, it is more for sale, although both stores alike are united by the fact that the Firepower pinball machine is not available too much