Mata Hari Pinball Machine by Bally
Mata Hari is a four player pinball machine created by Bally Manufacturing in 1977 and released in 1978. The theme of the game is based on Dutch exotic dancer, Mata Hari.
Mata Hari pinball has a simple straight-forward objective that can be fun and challenging to both beginners and advanced players alike. There are three goals to accomplish: knock down the drop targets, complete the A-B combination a certain number of times and land in the kickout hole multiple times. The rules in detail are the following: Making ‘A’ and ‘B’ top rollover lanes or left and right ‘A’ and ‘B’ orbits scores and advances ‘A-B’ lit value which is displayed in the center of the playfield. Landing the ball in the top kickout hole the first time scores 3000 points, advances bonus value 3 places, lights 2x bonus multiplier and lights left outlane for 50,000 points. Second time lights the right outlane for 50,000 points and 3x bonus multiplier. Third time lights the 5x bonus multiplier, knocking down all drop targets scores 50,000 points and lights the target special light. A replay is available for making ‘A’ and ‘B’ when lit for special and another +50K for all target down when lit for special. The maximum is one extra ball per ball in play.
The game includes the classic chimes signature to pinball machines of that era. The table features two flippers, four pop bumpers, two slingshots, two four-bank drop targets and one kick-out hole. The machines makes use of a MPU 2518-17 circuit and an AS2518-18 power supply.
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