Vacation America Pinball Machine

Vacation America is a solid-state pinball machine released by Chicago Gaming in 2003. This was a non-commercial machine designed specifically for the home. The machine was designed by John Trudeau and Steve Kordek with artwork by Paul Faris.


Vacation America Pinball Machine by Chicago Gaming Company

Vacation America Pinball is an odyssey where in order to win the game the player must visit: New York, Philadelphia, Cape Canaveral, Everglades, Myrtle Beach, Washington DC, Niagara Falls, Fort Knox, Detroit, Indianapolis, Atlanta, New Orleans, St. Louis, Chicago, Hot Springs, San Antonio, Roswell, Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, Estes Park, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Yosemite, and Hollywood.

Vacation America is an arcade caliber pinball machine designed for the home. In every aspect including size, playability and overall appearance, this machine is on par with coin- operated pinball machines.

Features of Vacation America Pinball Include: 3 balls per play. 3 pop bumpers, 2 flippers, 2 slingshots, 7 standup targets, 2 kick-out holes, 1 captive ball, 1 spinning target, 2-ball and 3-ball multiball. No rollover switches; game used infrared LEDs bounced off the ball. Minimal wiring; uses large circuit boards under the playfield. Single layer playfield with no ramps. Display is two rows of 10 digit 7-segment displays, showing basic information: ball number, score, extra ball and game over.


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