Playboy Pinball By Stern of 2002 at www.pinballrebel.com
This game came in three levels. One type had the girls in
swimwear, the second in night attire and the third featured the girls
in full nude poses and is not at acceptable for family use. This is
mostly a bar game and due to the mature theme they are not found in
homes very often. It is not family friendly and that should be a consideration if buying for a family gameroom.
Pinball Glass with the icons of the Playboy culture.
Coin door and front artwork.
Side artwork features a photo rather than a drawn art package.
The head artwork has a girl in a bunny outfit.
Opposing view of the pinball machine.
The black cabinets due a good job of hiding scratches.
The front of the game.
Upper playfield view with the centerfold partly unfolded in the middle
Full playfield view.
Upper left playfield view with the peek-a-boo target
Upper right playfield view
Above Photos Courtesy of www.childamusements.com.au
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January, 2002 / 4 Players
Manufacturer: Stern Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois,
Model Number: 76
MPU: Sega/Stern Whitestar
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
Theme: Adult - Licensed Theme
Toys: Unfolding Centerfold toy, drop-down "Tease" screen, Peek-a-Boo
beaded curtain, opening magazine
Concept by: Dwight Sullivan, George Gomez
Design by: Dwight Sullivan, George Gomez
Art by: Kevin O'Connor
Dots/Animation by: Mark Galvez
Mechanics by: George Gomez, Wesley Chang
Music by: Kyle Johnson
Sound by: Kyle Johnson
Software by: Dwight Sullivan, Lonnie D. Ropp, Orin Day
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