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Marble Queen - Gottlieb 1953
« on: October 02, 2016, 06:25:18 PM »
Marble Queen - Gottlieb 1953;sa=view;down=479Marble Queen was released in June 1953 and was designed by Wayne Neyens with Art by Roy Parker. 1,000 Marble Queen games were produced making it moderately rare today. Marble Queen is interesting because of the rotational sequence for specials, the points buttons that light on each gobbled ball, and the wide spaced flippers with a POP bumper between them. This gives the game a lot of action. The large gobble hole seems like it would eat a ball easily, but if you try to get the replay for putting all 5 balls in the gobble hole you'll find that's not at all an easy task.  Whether by score, points or specials replays come in bunches but are not easy to get.
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