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High Hand (Gottlieb, 1973)

Gottlieb EM Recreation FP High Hand (Gottlieb, 1973) v2.1

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High Hand (Gottlieb, 1973) v2.1
IPDB No. 1173
You can access 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.
Points are scores as indicated.
Drop targets score 500 points.
Bonus value is 100 points for each lit card, or 1000 points for each lit card in suite if sequence of four is completed.
Completing the spades, clubs, hearts and diamonds sequences lit bottom rollovers and hole alternately for special (5 balls).
Completing the spades and clubs or hearts and diamonds sequences lit... (3 balls).
Special scores 1 replay.
Matching last two numbers in score to number that appears on back glass after game is over scores 1 replay.
Date Of Manufacture:July, 1973
Production:4,950 units (confirmed)
Notable Features:
Flippers (2), Pop bumper (1), Slingshots (2), 4-bank drop targets (4), Kick-out hole (1), Star rollover (1). Wedge head.
Drop targets reset only at start of a new game.
Maximum displayed point score is 99,990 points.
Sound: 3 chimes, knocker
Design by:Ed Krynski
Art by:
The Add-a-ball version of this game is Gottlieb's 1974 'Capt. Card' and the Italian version is Gottlieb's 1973 'Top Hand'.​