|Release date||December 1979|
Artwork: Constantino Mitchell, Jeanine Mitchell
Sound: Eugene Jarvis
|Production run||approximately 14,000|
Gorgar was the first 'talking' pinball machine. With a vocabulary of seven words (Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, You, Me, Hurt, Got) The words could be combined together for different phrases, such as "Gorgar speaks" and "Me got you." The pinball machine also has a heart beat sound effect that increases in frequency during longer game play.
- Flippers (2)
- Pop bumpers (3)
- Kick-out hole (1)
- 3-bank drop targets (2)
- Rollunder spinner (1)
- The Snake Pit has a magnet under the playfield to hold the ball while scoring lit value.
In popular culture
Gorgar is available as a licensed table of The Pinball Arcade for several platforms. The table is also included in the Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection. Unlicensed recreations of the game are available for Visual Pinball that runs on Windows.
- "Internet Pinball Machine Database: Gorgar". August 24, 2013.
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