Recreation in VP912 of "The Jolly Marble Game (1875 - Unknown Manufacturer)" made by Romolo.
IPD No. 5359
Note from Xenonph:
If you look close at the playfield pic below, you can see it says "PATENTED MARCH 1st 1892" on the yellow horizontal strip in the middle of the playfield.
I am hesitant...
Beverly Hillbillies - Novelty Bagatelle -
As you might have guessed, this table is paying homage to The Beverly Hillbillies that classic comedy starring Buddy Ebsen (Jed), Irene Ryan (Granny), Donna Douglas (Ellie-Mae and Max Baer (Jethro) just to name a few.
EA Nagy 1930s
by Nissananimal, Destruk, Patrick, & tiltjlp
Thanks to the coding magic of Destruk, Buddy Bowling now plays great and scores correctly.
A bowling influenced bagatelle,with what is most probably the largest number of balls per game and the lowest possible high score, since 300 is...
EA Nagy 1930s
by Nissananimal, Patrick, tiltjlp, Destruk, and tamiya9202
Deluxe mod has three scoring modes, Recreational, League, and Professional. tiltjlp
Buddy A Bowling was made by EA Nagey of Niagra Falls NY for export to Canada in the early to mid 1930s.
If you have ever bowled, you...
by Patrick & tiltjlp
IPD No. 4704
Challenging and innovatice bagatelle by the smallest of the Big 3 in Home Sale bagatelle.
Ride M Cowboy was made in 1939 by Gotham Tool & Toy of New York State. Gotham and Linsdtrom shared about 23-35 % of the "home sale" bagatelle business, which...
You get 10 tries to put the football through the uprights. Thanks to Bob for a football image, and destruk for an image and coding help. tiltjlp
Note from Xenonph:
The ball gets stuck when shot to upper left side.
A simple rearrangement of the upper left kickers, fixes...
One of millions of toys given away by Cracker Jack over the past century.
A bowling themed pin toy that was small enough to fit in the palm of a kid's hand. Cracker Jack, which has been sold for over a century, gained popularity by adding cheap little wooden & plastic...
You really have to nudge this one in order to score. A fast, fun little game.
One of many pin toy games given away free by Cracker Jack for buying a nickel or dime box. A favorite prize of boys from the 1930s-60s.
Cracker Jack, which has been sold for over a century...
Bazooka 1958 Marx Toys
Optional Music Pack..
This is a bagatelle (flipperless pinball game), which I rescued in 2002 from
our garage sale or Goodwill. The cover was a bit scuffed up, and this showed
up in the scanned...
By druadic for VP9.
Basket Bounce is a simple little cardboard-backed game. But itfs also one of the most challenging and addictive games I have ever played. Will plans to do a series of these games, made by Smethport in the 1980s, several that he remembers playing. The back of the game says...
An outstanding feature packed bagatelle by 11 year old Ryan.
You are a knight in the service of King Authur, and while the forces are away, Camelot is stormed and captured by the Dark Knight. Upon your return, it is your task to lay seige to Camelot and reclaim to for...
By tiltjlp & druadic for VP9.
A better image allowed me to implement correct scoring in this update for VP9. Once again, druadic helped to sort out scripting problems I had, so I have credited him with co-authorship. Press F1 for a 2 inning mini game or S for a full 9 inning game...
A nicely done game made in England. My guess would be between the 1930s-70s. The image I found is of a much played, well worn table.
The Emerald Bagatelle, which was made in England, must have been a magnificant looking game when it was made. I have no clue...
By tiltjlp for VP9.
StarLight is a home sale bagatelle made by the Durable Toy & Novelty Corp. of New York City. It measures 23" x 14 1/4" and was probably made in the 1950-60s. It is fairly unusual in that it is a looping bagatelle.
There were very few home-sale looping bagatelles...
Spiderman SS is one of a new generation of sideshooter pin games. Two things make them different from what you might be familiar with. First, the ball launches upward instead of sideways, which does change gameplay some. But what has really surprized me was that there...
by Patrick &tiltjlp
Updated for VP9 By tiltjlp
East meets West in Antique Smartball, where hitting right pockets will send colorful blue balls raining down from the top of the Smartball game. The maximum number of balls you get from the pockets not only vary, but can be adjusted to...
SShotVP62.3L 1932 Carlson Manufacturing Co.
IPD No. 4708
BIG UPDATE - NEW playfield image, NEW options, NEW scoring! TONS of new stuff! Enjoy yourselves!!!
See the playfield screen for the rules. Have fun! In the upper right hand screen corner, the words will change. Take note of...
A colorful circus themed Russian bagatelle from the 1940s or 1950s.
This Cheerful circus themed bagatelle was made in the 1940s or 50s, showing that everyone likes having fun. Considering the situation at that time, Russian Clown might have been made for ezport. The...
This bagatelle was probably made for resale in the early part of the 1900s. The playing field would have been painted wood, or painted oilcloth glued to wood.
What looks like a crack in the playing field is indded a crack where the wood has cracked and begun to...
Made for VP9 by tiltjlp.
Rollette is a well-made wooden bagatelle, most probably dating from the early or mid 1930s. It seems to use some of the "standard" festures found on Poosh games, such as the Doubler cup.
While I have no idea who made Rolette, my guess is that it was made to...
A 12 ball modern interpretation on the nobel Bagatelle.
My goal in creating Reactions Bagatelle is to hopefully introduce those who are gunshy about Flipperless & Novelty games and tables to all the fun they can be.
Made for VP9 by tiltjlp.
Fixed a typo that caused a scoring error, and adjusted a scoring cup so the ball wouldn't get stuck. This is the first and only pressed tin Poosh M Up bagatelle I've seen. That and the modernized clown date this to just after WWII.
The discovery of...
The Poosh-M-Up Jr 4-in-1 table was manufactured in the 1950's by Northwestern Products Company located in St. Louis, Missouri
This Bagatelle has scoring for all 4 games, bagatelle, Put & Take, Baseball, and Colors, also known as Pennants.
You can play four different games...
This Bagatelle has scoring for all 5 games: Bagatelle, Baseball, Colors, Put-N-Take, and Twenty-One.
You can play four different games on this table:
NOTE: It is possible to nudge the table from the front, left, right and...
Pin Football is really a soccer themed bagatelle for us Americans. An excellent game with Bob-style sounds
Press 1 to Start
Press B to change Ball Image (siver or white)
Press [Z] or [/] or [Spacebar] to nudge
Press [Shift] Keys to Super Nudge (left, right)
A new style bagatelle that combines bumpers and drop targets with the kicker cups and pins associated with old timey bagatelle. Nudge well and you might fill the EM Reels very quickly.
Modern Day Bagatelle has the potential to be as high a scoring game as some...
This Mickey Mouse Bagatelle was created by Walt E. Disney in the 1930s (Licensee - Marx Bros Company, Boston Massachusetts U.S.A).
This type of authentic Mickey Mouse Bagatelle is hard to find and was seen going for $300+ at auctions,
Launch each ball...
When I was making Marx Skee Ball, I focused so much on getting my new kicker direction code working right that I didn't even consider that some shots might not make it to the top of the table. I have added not only hidden drains, but also sounds. Sorry, I need to...
IPD No. 5522
This version of Lindstroms Poker plays like the original bagatelle. I plan for a Deluxe version that will tarck winning hands and award bonuses,
Lindstroms Poker is an ambitious bagatelle made between the 1930s and 1950s. This probably was a very successful home sale...
A colorful playfield and well designed layout make for a fun game.
While I have no idea who made this game, I would guess it was made in England or Europe. What makes Kosmos different from most pin toys we've seen is the large ball collection area for holding balls yet...
By tiltjlp for VP 9.
Amos & Andy was first a radio comedy starting in 1928, and was also a TV series from 1951 till 1953. The radio show continued until 1960, and the TV shows were in syndicated until 1966.
As far as I can determine, Jazbo High Score had no pins like most...
Jamboree Bagatelle was probably made in England in the mid-to-late 1800s. I believe that the game whose image I used for my recreation was a Deluxe model, since the playfield surface was most probably dyed or painted felt, since much of the color is the same/similar color...