Elvira and the Party Monsters

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Elvira and the Party Monsters
Backglass of Elvira and the Party Monsters pinball.jpg
Manufacturer Midway
Release date October 1989
System Williams System 11B
Design Dennis Nordman, Jim Patla
Programming Mark Penacho
Artwork Greg Freres
Sound Chris Granner
Production run approximately 4000

Elvira and the Party Monsters is a 1989 pinball game designed by Dennis Nordman and Jim Patla and released by Midway (under the Bally label), featuring horrorshow-hostess Elvira. It was followed 1996 by Scared Stiff, also designed by Nordman.

Description[edit]

The marketing slogan "Elvira is No Cheap Date!" referring to the new .50/.75/1.00 pricing scheme.[1] Elvira and the Party Monsters was made shortly after the merger of Williams and Bally. Although the game uses a vaguely Bally-style cabinet and flippers, all the rest of the game hardware are completely made up of Williams parts. The machine uses a System 11B CPU and associated board setup.[2]

Digital version[edit]

Elvira and the Party Monsters is available as a licensed table of The Pinball Arcade for several platforms. A game cartridge called "Pinball Jam" was also produced for Atari Lynx, which includes two pinball games, Police Force and Elvira and the Party Monsters. This version of the table includes a scrolling 2D screen, a two-ball Multi-Ball, and more or less self-censored Elvira quotes.[2]

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