Bram Stoker’s Dracula Pinball Machine by Williams Electronics
Bram Stoker’s Dracula pinball machine was released by Williams in 1993. The game is based in the 1992 film of the same name. The game is characterized by its unusual blood-red DMD display (most other games at the time used orange for their color) as well as a “Multi-Multi-Ball” mode, where up to three different multiball variations could be active at the same time, with each successive active mode providing a jackpot multiplier of up to 3x. It also featured a unique variation on the usual multiball mode known as “Mist Multiball,” where a magnet would drag a pinball across the playfield and the player would be required to knock it loose from the magnet’s grasp to start the mode.
2 Flippers, 2 Ramps, Multiball (3 Modes), Autoplunger. The flippers have a lightning bolt pattern molded into them and reportedly are 1/8 inch shorter than the standard Williams flippers. A magnet moving under the playfield slowly transports a captured ball in a straight line across the mid-playfield from one side to another. Dislodging this ball from its path by hitting it with the ball in play starts Mist Multiball. A player can get two or three multiball modes going at the same time for a total of a 4-ball multiball.