This is what the Sopranos pinball machine looks like!
History of the Sopranos pinball machine
The plot of this pinball machine model is based on the successful Sopranos series that first aired on January 10, 2005. A month later, and due to the good reception it had in the public, Stern decided to develop a pinball game under the name of the series
The designers were: In the concept, the role was George Gómez and Lyman F. Sheats Jr. In the game design, the lead actor was George Gómez. In software, Dwight Sullivan, Lonnie D. Ropp and Lyman F. Sheats Jr got the upper hand. Lastly, the artwork or illustration, was owned by Kevin O’Connor. The animation, let us not forget, was copied by Mark Gálvez
Despite the information provided by pinside.com, the number of sales is unknown, but it is known that they were sold at an average cost of 4,500-5,200 dollars. The reason why it is not known what number of sales was made, may be due to the controversy that was generated by sending some models abroad to test
All this during its development. And you will ask yourself: “What did they do that for?” According to what ipdb.org tells us, we can confirm that it was because many of those models were sold outside of America. The company did not welcome this fact, and it is possible that for this reason the number of sales is not freely displayed
The title used for its marketing was the following: “This kid can win F*&^%$!” (fucking shit money)
The 11 Characteristics of the Sopranos pinball machine
– 2 flippers
– 3 spinning targets
– 1 drop target from 5 banks
– 2 ramps
– Elevated tunnels
– Own voice system
– 1 slingshot
– 1 kick-out hole
– Multi-balls up to 4
– Dimensions: 58″ high, 29″ wide and 77″ deep
– Weight: 250 pounds
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On eBay and TPC, you have local collection, one being free (Ebay) and the other free (TPC), only if they are fulfilled some conditions: that it does not come installed and they leave it in the middle of the street. More information, contact us and we will tell you. Also, both share an installment payment system, one in a maximum of 2 years and the other in a maximum of three years
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