This is what the Street Fighter pinball machine looks like!
When was the Street Fighter pinball machine released?
In March 1993, a total of just over 7,300 units were sold, most of which were offered for a value between 1900 y 2300 dólares
The main designers of this pinball machine prototype were the following: Bill Parker, Jon Norris, Mike Vetros and Ray Tanzer, the game designers; Constantine Mitchell and David Moore
Its theme is inspired by martial arts, as a video game. It stands out because one of the flippers is capable of rotating 360 degrees, something that did not exist to date, except for one model, the Stern Hot Hand from 1979
With what phrases was it advertised in the market-sale? With these: “Shoot the target of the bracelet”, “No location is complete WITHOUT this pair!” and “We dare you to fight on our playing field!”
One piece of information that ipdb.org had was that Gottlieb had a hard time acquiring the license for this pinball machine. In Japan, where he was born, he wanted to develop an arcade room oriented to this game
However, it only remained an idea and that allowed Gottlieb to be able to have the license, and later, manufacture it and sell it to the market
The 6 Relevant Features Street Fighter pinball machine:
– 5 flippers (one of them is below playfield, and it rotates 360 degrees)
– 2 pop bumpers
– 3 level playing field
– 1 spinning target
– 3 ramps
– Multi-balls up to 3
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Am I likely to find the Street Fighter pinball machine in stock?
Look, we’ve already told you that if we have to go all the way to Japan to tell the company to release a game, we’ll do it. The hopes of achieving it are few, especially since we are not people of power like the famous, who, by virtue of being famous, are already well received or more willing to listen to them than a normal person. Leaving the dreams aside, let’s go with reality:
Where else the Street Fighter pinball machine has been seen for sale is on the pinside.com portal. It has also been seen on Ebay, but to a lesser extent. Normally, they are usually people who resell it at more expensive prices, but don’t worry, mypinballmachine.club automatically rejects this type of person
From our years of experience checking the availability of various models of pinball machines, we strongly recommend that you check both Pinside and eBay on a daily basis. In both, with medium odds, you will have the possibility to buy your Street Fighter pinball machine, at an average price of 2,000-3,000 dollars. Any questions you have about it, contact us and we will gladly assist you