DescriptionThis second table pack for Pinball Arcade contains two tables:
- Cirqus Voltaire (Bally, 1997): defeat each and every one of the Ringmasters, light up the Cirqus, unmask Voltaire and join the cirqus in this exciting circus-themed table, featuring such things as a dot-matrix display mounted on the playfield, a rising bumper target, an animated backbox which also served as a minigame, an animated head for the Ringmaster that would taunt you, neon tubes and "menagerie balls", and a multitude of modes, including a multi-level Wizard Mode. Approximately 2700 units were originally produced, with different colors for the neon tube and menagerie ball.
- FunHouse (Williams, 1990): designed by Pat Lawlor (Twilight Zone, The Addams Family, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, amongst others) this table involves an amusement park featuring an animatronic head named Rudy (voiced by Ed Boon) that would react to the action, making comments (such as when getting certain things and even when you hit him with your ball), giving the player nicknames (such as "Biff" and "Bucko") and following the ball with his eyes, something Williams referred to as "Pin-Mation", which would later be used on another table designed by Lawlor, Red & Ted's Road Show (often considered as FunHouse's spiritual successor). The objective of the table is to advance the in-game clock to 11:30 PM, then to 11:45 when locking the first ball and finally to midnight after locking a second ball, which makes Rudy fall asleep, and shooting a ball to his mouth begins multiball. This also has other features such as a "Mystery Mirror" which gives you some bonuses, and a "Crazy Steps" ramp, which is notable for the second plunger used to launch the ball on it. Approximately 10.700 units were originally produced. The table was previously included in Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection.
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