SOLD! “Space Shuttle” Pinball Machine circa 1984

$1,600.00

Has original playfield, but in excellent condition with minimal wear. Has updated Rottendog LCD boar and screens, just shopped and ready for a home. Everything works as it should. Solid 7 overall with minor wear and tear for its age.

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Description

Condition:
Has original playfield, but in excellent condition with minimal wear. Has updated Rottendog LCD boar and screens, just shopped and ready for a home. Everything works as it should. Solid 7 overall with minor wear and tear for its age. Photos coming soon!

About the Pinball Machine:
Space Shuttle (full title: Space Shuttle: Pinball Adventure) is a Space Shuttle themed pinball machine designed by Barry Oursler and Joe Kaminkow and produced in 1984 by WMS Industries. The machine’s marketing slogan is “The fastest way to make your earnings really take off!”.

Gameplay:
In Space Shuttle the main goal is to acquire the shuttle score value from spelling out “S H U T T L E” by hitting six stand up targets and one drop target – or by using the lit inlanes (if available).
The reward for the shuttle score value is assigned randomly with each new ball, or by hitting a stand up target, at the top of a short ramp. It will be one of the following:
50,000 points plus a bonus holdover,
an extra ball (a score award is given if 5 extra balls are earned during game),
a special,
100,000 points,
50,000 points,
20,000 points, or
100,000 points plus lite outlanes, which will give another shuttle score value if the ball goes down one of the outlanes
Additionally three lights labeled U, S and A are lit when a ball rolls over them. They are worth 2,000 points each. Spelling USA increases the end of ball bonus multiplier (a multiplication factor for points earned and awarded when the ball in play drains), up to 7X. There are three jet bumpers that are worth 100 points when unlit and 1,000 points when lit. Two or three ball multiball is started by hitting one ball up a ball lock or two balls up two different ball locks and then shooting a ball up the center ramp when the drop target is down.

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