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Grand Prix (Williams, 1976)

Williams EM Recreation FP Grand Prix (Williams, 1976) v1.2

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Grand Prix (Williams, 1976) v1.2
IPDB No. 1072
NOTES:​
MOD UNAUTHORIZED WITHOUT EXPLICIT PERMISSION FROM THE AUTHOR
You can access to the menu with the Special2Key.
You can toggle (by the toggle HUD key) the HUD reel.
If you use arrows for plunger (optional), you have to use arrow down and arrow up (customisable) in order to pull or push the plunger.
RULES:​
* Insert coin and wait for machine to reset before inserting coin for next player.
* Each player shoots one ball at e time as indicated on back glass.
* Tilt penalty - ball in play - Tilt does not disqualify player.
* Making drop targets A & B or C & D advances star value from No. 1 to No. 4.
* Making No. 1 start scores double bonus.
* Making No. 2 star lites 2 bottom inside rollover lanes alternately, for extra ball.
* Making No. 3 (or 4, adjustable) star lites 2 bottom outside rollover lanes alternately, to score 1 credit.
* Matching last two numbers of score to number that appears on back glass after game is over scores 1 credit..
IPDB HIGHLIGHTS:​
Date Of Manufacture:
June, 30 1976​
Production:
15,554 units (confirmed)​
Notable Features:
Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (2), Slingshots (2), Drop targets (4), Kick-out holes (3), Spinning targets (2). Upper left lane has a unique tilt rollover.​
Design by:
Art by:
Notes:
Compare the playfield with Williams' 1976 'Liberty Bell'.
A few of these games exist with solid state controllers. See Williams' 1977 'Grand Prix'.
BACKGLASS & FLYER:
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