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Historical data World Cup pinball machine
When was the World Cup pinball machine manufactured?
In February 1994, shortly before the celebration of the 1994 World Cup in the summer of that same year
What class does the World Cup pinball machine belong to?
To the SS class
How many World Cup pinball machine units were sold?
What size cabinet does the World Cup pinball machine feature?
What average price did the World Cup pinball machine sell for?
Between $3,060 and $3,660
Which people designed the World Cup pinball machine?
Game Design: John Popadiuk and Larry De Mar
Software: Larry De Mar and Matt Coriale
Illustration: Kevin O’Connor
Music: Vince Pontarelli
Voice: Tim Kitzrow
What marketing slogan was used to market the World Cup pinball machine?
- It’s the biggest game in the world
- Take part in the biggest game this summer. Enjoy Soccer World Cup pinball
- Bally brings the world to you with the Soccer World Cup. The Soccer World Cup will stand out from the crowd, as well as attract one
This was the digital pinball version of the World Cup range:
It was available as DLC for The Pinball Arcade, until the authorization I had to make it available for download expired in June 2018
Why was it never called USA 94?
You may have found us looking for a pinball machine and something from USA 94, and that’s why we didn’t remove it, because that’s what the pinball machine should have been called
As the last great World Cup to be held on American soil and where the USA completely covered the covers, it never used the terms used by Fifa, because they did not obtain the rights
For this reason, they had to use the traditional nomenclature of “World Cup of Soccer”, as this pin is called
The 16 Features of the World Cup pinball machine by Bally:
– 2 flippers
– 3 pop bumpers
– 2 ramps
– 2 slingshots
– 6 stand-up targets
– 1 magna-save
– 4 rollover buttons
– USA 1994 mascot print on marker
– 1 spinning target
– 1 up-post
– Outlane kickback
– 1 goalkeeper target moves from side to side in the upper left of the playfield
– 3 kick-out holes
– 1 lane diverter
– 2 ball poppers
– Multi-balls up to 5
The 9 Characteristics of the World Cup 1978 pinball machine by Williams:
– 2 flippers
– 2 pop bumpers
– No ramps
– 1 spinning target
– 2 stand-up targets
– 2 kick-out holes
– 8 rollover buttons
– 2 ball kickers
– No multi-balls
Football pinballers, excellent news: you have the World Cup pinball machine for sale in our online store!
To date, we have few models of soccer pinball machines. How is it possible?! Among all of us who make up this great family of pinball players, you have to go to the Bally manufacturer and “sing them the 40” (Spanish expression that means throwing shit at someone, like arguing, recriminating something)
We have to recriminate not only Bally, but also all the manufacturers, who, please, take out a model of a soccer player who has marked an era. It would be so nice!
Leaving aside our most nostalgic part, you should know that the World Cup range of pinball machines is for sale in three stores: thepinballcompany.com, ebay.com and vintagearcade.net. In them, you can find the following values:
For TPC, its value is 6999 dollars. For Ebay, the average round is around 5000 dollars and in Vintage Arcade, you have the cheapest World Cup machine on the market, at an amount of $3,295
You also have in stock just a click away from our online site, access to the pinside.com marketplace, which has been seen for sale more than two hundred times, at a value similar to eBay