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Star Gazer Pinball By Stern of 1980 at

Stern games of this era were very impressize machines.  Here is another low production example.

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Full cabinet view.  You have to love the artist putting Scorpio on the art.
Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Pinball Glass features a woman looking up at the stars with a pinball in hand.

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Upper playfield has drops, a spinner, and three jet bumpers.

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Middle playfield has another bank of drop targets..

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Lower playfield view of the games uniqe slingshots.

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Coin door view.

Star Gazer Pinball By Stern - Photo

Backglass detail.

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Star Gazer
August, 1980 / 4 Players
Manufacturer: Stern Electronics
Model Number: 127
MPU: Stern M-200 MPU
Type: Solid State Electronic
Production: 869 units
Theme: Horoscope - Astrology
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop Bumpers (3), 3-bank drop targets (3), Rollunder spinners (3),
Stand-up targets (12, one for each Zodiac sign). There are no side lane flipper feeds. Instead, there
are semi-circle concave scoops feeding each flipper. Hitting one of the drops on the top left bank will
stop the vari-value lights, locking in a value for each spin of the adjacent spinner and an inverse (converse)
value of knocking the rest of that bank of drops down.
Design by: Brian Poklacki


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