Bronco (Gottlieb, 1977) v2.0
IPD No. 388
IPD No. 388
NOTES:MOD UNAUTHORIZED WITHOUT EXPLICIT PERMISSION FROM THE AUTHORS
You can access to the menu with the Special2Key.
You can toggle (by the toggle HUD key) the HUD reel.
You can manage plunger with the Plunger Key or arrow up-arrow down.
> Insert coin and/or press credit button to reset machine. Repeat for additional players.
> Completing A-B-C rollovers doubles bonus value.
> Completing drop targets lights "Extra Ball" light occasionally. Completing drop targets and A-B-C rollovers light top "A" rollover for "Special".
> Center pop bumper scores 1000 points (3 balls game) or 10 points (5 balls game).
> Bonus is scored and features reset after each ball in play. Bonus value doubles on last ball.
> Matching last two numbers in score to number that appears on back glass after game is over scores 1 replay.
Date Of Manufacture: March, 1977 Production: 9,160 units (confirmed) Notable Features:
Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Star rollovers (3), Kicker lanes (2), Kick-out holes (2), 3-bank drop targets (1). No slingshots. 3 or 5 ball play.
Maximum displayed point score is 99,990 points per player (except exports to Germany).
Maximum displayed point score is 199,990 points per player (exports to Germany only).
Sound: 3 chimes, knocker
Design by: Art by: Notes:
The 2-player version of this game is Gottlieb's 1977 'Mustang'.
We previously showed a date for this game of April 1977. The new date is per Gottlieb documentation.
A special version of this 4-player Model 396 game was made for export to Germany only. It had 100,000-point relays for each player and the backglass was silkscreened to show 100,000 scoring. The coin door had three coin chutes and associated coining adjustments.
Gottlieb Domestic & Export Sales Sheets for Bronco: 9160 total
Domestic Sales: 2863
Export Sales: 6297, of which 1080 were sold to Germany.