Game details PinsideID Have you found a YouTube video related to this machine? I then explain my dilemma and he lets me in on the first problem. View all details Edit game details. Please donate to Pinside, support the site and get a next to your username to show for it!
Backglass x [Bob Graham]. Playfield x [Bob Graham]. Blank Playfield x [Richard Harvey]. Drop Target Bank x [John Harris]. Illuminated Backglass x [Jean-Pierre Renault]. Playfield x [Mark Steinman]. Upper Playfield x [Mark Steinman]. Middle Playfield x [Mark Steinman].
Lower Playfield x [Mark Steinman]. Simply paste the complete YouTube link in the box and click 'add video'! Great to see you're enjoying Pinside! Did you know Pinside is able to run thanks to donations from our visitors? Please donate to Pinside, support the site and get a next to your username to show for it! Design team Game Design: Game details PinsideID Manufactured by Williams Electronic Games, Inc. Generation Williams System 6A. View all details Edit game details. Marketing slogan "The highest scoring game ever created by Williams".
Yorktown Parts and Equip. Super Skill Shot Shop. If it had, it may have been one of the best designed games. Its speech was decent for its day. The unique twist added to the five-bank drop target was a good feature and the layout had a good flow.
When I first turned on the game, only two displays worked and only every other digit worked on those displays. This was a simpler problem to fix than I first suspected. The problem was basically with the connectors. I cleaned them and made sure that the connections were good and then the displays worked.
The status display ball in play, number of games did not work. The only solution was to buy a new four digit display and solder it to the display circuit board. Player Number 3 display had a missing digit.
I swapped the display with another one to see if the problem was on the display driver board or on the display itself. It was on the display itself.