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TWISTER PINBALL of 1996 by Sega at

TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Like Whirl-Wind Twister has a fan on the backbox so you can "feel" the storm.
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Ramps & wireforms dominate the playfield.
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
An middle playfield disc spinner randomizes ball action.
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
An lower playfield shot.
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Coin Door Shot
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Ramps are in great shape.
TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Artwork is greatly inspired by the film.

TWISTER - Pinball Machine Image
Side Artwork shot.

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Twister April, 1996
Manufacturer: Sega Pinball, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois) (1994-1999)
Model Number: 41
MPU: Sega/Stern Whitestar
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
Toys: Fan mounted on top of the machine that starts/stops depending on the current mode.
Design by: John Borg
Art by: Paul Faris
Software by: Lonnie D. Ropp, Orin Day
Rule Sheets: Twister Rulesheet Version 1.0 (Oct/26/1996), by Lee Van Doren

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