Demolition Man Pinball Machine
Demolition Man pinball machine is based on the motion picture of the same name. It is part of WMS’ SuperPin line of widebody games. It was manufactured by Williams Electronics in 1994.
Sylvester Stallone (John Spartan) and Wesley Snipes (Simon Phoenix) provided custom speech for this game during ADR sessions at Warner Brothers Studios in Los Angeles under the direction of Jon Hey. Hey scored the music of the pinball game in part based upon the movie score by Academy Award winner Elliot Goldenthal, but including new music.
This game is centered on multiball modes. The player has to shoot the left ramp when the “freeze” light is lit (lit by the right inlane) to “lock” a ball. When the required amount of locks are made, the player has to shoot the left loop to start multiball.
- Fortress Multiball (2 balls required)
- Museum Multiball (3 balls required)
- Wasteland Multiball (4 balls required)
- Cryoprison Multiball (5 balls required)
Completing all four multiball modes lights the right ramp for the wizard award, Demolition Jackpot, which is the total amount of all the jackpots collected during the game. The Demolition Jackpot is lost if the ball drains.
Flippers (3), Ramps (3), Automatic Plunger. 4 Multiball modes.
Magnetic Ball Lifter (Cryo Claw), 2 Matchbox® cars used like sequential captive balls, Upright player handles with trigger buttons for activating flippers and thumb buttons to launch balls, Custom captive ball (Retina Scan shot), Elevator from playfield to Cryo Claw
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