Flash Gordon (pinball)

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Flash Gordon
Manufacturer Bally
Release date May 13, 1980
System Bally MPU AS-2518-35
Design Claude Fernandez
Artwork Kevin O'Connor
Production run 10,000 units

Flash Gordon is a pinball machine produced by Bally. It was the first split-level pinball machine from Bally, as well as the first game to use the "Squawk and Talk" sound board. It was also the second production Bally game with speech. (Bally's 1980 Xenon was the first, utilizing a crude 'vocalizer' board set.) The game is based on the perennially popular "Flash Gordon" character and stories of comics, film and television.

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