Batman Forever (pinball)

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Batman Forever
Manufacturer Sega Pinball
Release date June 1995
System Sega Version 3B
Design Paul Lesley, Joe Kaminkow
Programming Kristina Donofrio, Neil Falconer, Harry Cline
Artwork Morgan Weistling, Mark Raneses, Jeff Busch
Music Brian L. Schmidt
Sound Brian L. Schmidt
Production run 2,500 [1]

Batman Forever is a pinball machine released in June 1995 by Sega Pinball. It is based on the motion picture of the same name.


The game uses the 192x64 "supersize" dot matrix display with a Motorola 68000-based 16-bit controller. It features several electric-green wireform ramps with the "Batcave" escape ramp extending down behind the flippers and over the playfield apron, releasing balls up the playfield during multi ball. The "Batwing" cannon rotates & aims across the playfield and fires the ball with a pistol grip on front of the machine. Speech clips from the film are used. Additionally, the game had a video mode in which the Batwing is guided over rooftops, dodging obstacles to earn bonus points. [2]


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  2. ^ Rossignoli, Marco (2000). The Complete Pinball Book: Collecting the Game and its History. 4880 Lower Valley Road, Atglen, PA 19310: Schiffer Publishing. p. 312. ISBN 978-0-7643-3785-7. 

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