|Release date||January 1990|
|System||Williams System 11B|
|Mechanics||John Krutsch, Jack Skalon|
|Production run||7,300 units (approximate)|
Whirlwind is distinguished by three playfield rotating discs, and a fan topper that blows wind on the player at certain times in the game. The objective in Whirlwind is to move the storm using the compass targets to light ball locks for multiball. In multiball, a progressive jackpot can be scored by making left ramp shots from the upper right flipper. Alternatively, one can work towards the "Wizard Mode" by lighting and collecting all of the seven "Super Cellar Door" values.
- "Internet Pinball Machine Database: Williams 'Whirlwind'". www.ipdb.org. Retrieved 19 December 2016.
( Whirlwind at the Internet Pinball Database
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