Kings & Queens (Gottlieb, 1965) v3.0
IPDB No. 1381
IPDB No. 1381
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.
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.
You have to use the Special1Key in order to lift the ball or to choose automatic ball lift in the menu.
Menu in order to manage:
- balls per game,
- difficulty with 3 levels: easy, normal (recommended by Gottlieb), hard,
- bumpers adjustment, based on match unit: bumpers are lit more or less frequently,
- reset high score entries,
- use arrows (up and down) for plunger,
- tilt handling: normal FP's way (8 warning allowed), liberal (16 warnings allowed), and not tilt,
- Automatic ball lift (for lazy boys).
RULES:Hitting rollovers increases score of corresponding holes.
Holes light intermittently after each hole sequence is completed.
Hitting four clubs lights top center rollover occasionally for special.
Special when lit hole or special when lit rollover scores 1 replay.
Rollovers score 5 points.
Matching last number in point score to lighted number that appears on backglass when game is over awards 1 replay
Changelog (V3.00):Playfield entirely redrawn
Backglass entirely redrawn
Plastics entirely redrawn
New Menu with more options
New lighting mode
Some script changes
Date Of Manufacture: March, 1965 Production: 2,875 units (confirmed) Notable Features: Design by: Wayne Neyens Art by: Notes: Pictured here is a playfield that we have designated Early Production because it matches the playfield on the game in the manufacturer's flyer. Its "clubs" and "spades" are colored blue while the regular production playfield shows them in white. Also, the sequence of suits below each kick-out hole is different. The metal lower apron has the art design of the flyer game, otherwise it is found only on 'Bowling Queen' and 'North Star', both from 1964, and on 'Central Park' from 1966. The serial number on the certificate on the upper apron is not legible. The cabinet serial number is 04166 which, when compared to reported serial numbers, seems to be on the early end of production but not the earliest. This playfield may actually be from a Sample game and got placed into a later cabinet, but we cannot know this.
FLYER & BACKGLASS: