|Release date||January 1979|
|System||Williams System 4 & 6|
This was Steve Ritchie's first game for Williams after leaving Atari, after he was finished developing the Superman pinball for Atari. This game was known for having the first background sound for a pinball game, as well as the first pinball game to use flash lamps.
Steve Ritchie designed about 90% the game on a cocktail napkin during a flight, while flying from Atari to Williams. The game also broke the factory production record at Williams and is still Ritchie's biggest seller.
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