Victory (pinball)

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Manufacturer Gottlieb
Release date October 1987
System System 80B
Design John Trudeau
Artwork Constantino Mitchell, Jeanine Mitchell
Production run 3,315

Victory is a John Trudeau designed 1987 solid state pinball machine by Premier and licensed under Gottlieb.[1]


It was the first pinball machine to use a completely screened photo-realistic Vitrigraph. Other games had the silk screen on the wood. The table sold 3,100 units. The game was designed by John Trudeau, the artwork was by Constanitino Mitchell and sound by Dave Zabriskie.


Victory is a driving themed game. The goal is to get the ball into all seven targets (or as the game refers to them as checkpoints) and to then finish the race by making the ball go through the checkered spinner.

Digital version[edit]

Victory is a playable table in Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection as well as The Pinball Arcade on multiple platforms as a licensed table.


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