The playfield is in very nice condition, about a 8 out of 10 with only minor playfield wear, mostly to the replaceable stickers. The cabinet shows some normal wear and tear having some scratches, but it’s it is complete and intact and is also about an 8 overall. Please contact us if you are interested in seeing this pinball machine.
Buyer responsible for actual shipping charges from Salem, Oregon 97301. Missing coin mechanism, but plays great for home use… more photos coming soon!
About this Pinball Machine:
Revenge from Mars is a pinball machine designed by George Gomez and manufactured by Williams Electronics Games (under the Bally label) in 1999. It is the sequel to the similarly themed Attack from Mars.
This game was the first to use the Williams Pinball 2000 system that overlays interactive video onto the mechanical playfield (see also Star Wars Episode I).
An additional first was the default non-existence of a replay/special. Instead of awarding the player a free game when reaching a certain amount of points, it was decided to rather award extra balls (default at 50 million and 200 million). This default behavior can be changed by the operator though. Additionally the match sequence at the end of a pinball game (a random free play award) can be disabled. This was originally disabled in 1994’s Road Show pinball machine by default, but was since enabled by default again.