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Title: Bally Big Valley
Post by: pbecker1946 on May 03, 2018, 09:31:56 PM
Bally Big Valley
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http://roguepinball.com/index.php?action=downloads;sa=view;down=559Big Valley was released in March 1970 and was designed by Ted Zale with art by Christian Marche.  2,500 Big Valley games were produced, so it is only moderately rare to find one today. Ted Zale designed most of the Bally EM flipper games and was responsible for many innovations during his decade long design run (1963-1973).  Among these were the Mushroom bumper, and the Free Ball gate along with the use of high voltage DC to power bumpers, flippers and slingshots with far more "oomph" than had been seen previously. In Big Valley we see Zale's use of asymmetry and many gates as well as his early multiball design. Pressing the "4" key toggles between a 3 Ball and 5 Ball game, and as with all of my games, pressing the "R" key will display the game rules and all of the feature keys.
Title: Re: Bally Big Valley
Post by: Pinball_Wolvi on June 05, 2018, 11:53:43 AM
I love Itchigos conversations but also your great work. Thanks for the table!