World Cup Soccer (pinball)

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World Cup Soccer
WCS flyer.jpg
Manufacturer Midway
Release date July 1994
System Midway WPC-Security
Design John Popadiuk, Larry DeMar
Programming Larry DeMar, Matt Coriale
Artwork Kevin O'Connor
Mechanics Jack Skalon
Music Vince Pontarelli
Sound Vince Pontarelli
Voices Tim Kitzrow[1] (Announcer)
Production run 8,743 units (confirmed)

World Cup Soccer is a 1994 pinball machine designed by John Popadiuk and Larry DeMar and released by Midway. It is based on the 1994 FIFA World Cup.

Digital versions[edit]

This table was formerly available as DLC for The Pinball Arcade until it was removed on June 30, 2018. This was previously published as World Champion Soccer, as FarSight Studios was unable to secure the World Cup license from FIFA. This digital table has many changes; the W-O-R-L-D-C-U-P lights leading to the left loop are replaced by C-H-A-M-P-I-O-N, World Cup USA 94 on the plastics between left inlanes and outlanes are renamed to Champion Soccer TPA 17, and the backglass is also changed to avoid possible lawsuits from FIFA for using the tournament's mascot Striker, World Cup USA 94 name and any other references to World Cup USA 1994. without required license.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ IGN Staff. "Breaking into the Industry: Tim Kitzrow". IGN. Retrieved 7 May 2018. 

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