Gilligan's Island (pinball)

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Gilligan's Island
Manufacturer Midway
Release date May 1991
System Williams WPC (Dot Matrix)
Designer(s) Designer: Ward Pemberton, Dan Langlois
Programmer: Mike Boon
Artwork: John Youssi
Music / Sounds: Jon Hey
Production run 4,100 (appx.)

Gilligan's Island is a Midway pinball machine (produced under the Bally name) released in May 1991. It is based on the television series of the same name and the first Williams WPC machine that was released with a high resolution (128x32) dot matrix display (the first DMD as used in Checkpoint by Data East and released three months earlier only featured 128x16).

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