Judge Dredd

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Judge Dredd

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De passage au Gamecenter , le flipper à disciple/Rv feras regner l'ordre !!!

Judge Dredd / IPD No. 1322 / September, 1993 / 4 Players
Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company, a subsidiary of WMS Industries, Incorporated,
of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1988-1999) [Trade Name: Bally]
MPU: Williams WPC (DCS)
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) [?]
Production: 6,990 units (confirmed)
Theme: Fictional - Licensed Theme
Specialty: Widebody [?]
Notable Features: Diamond Plate playfield, Flippers (4), Autoplungers (2), 6 Ball Multiball, Inline Captive Balls (3). No pop bumpers.
9 modes + "Ultimate Challenge" wizard mode, SuperGame Feature (4 additional modes)
Toys: Spinning planet and rings - "Deadworld" (used for ball locks, but is disabled in later ROM revisions), Robotic Arm, Eagle topper on backbox
Design by: John Trudeau
Art by: Kevin O'Connor
Dots/Animation by: Eugene Geer, Scott Slomiany
Mechanics by: Ernie Pizarro
Music by: Paul Heitsch, Vince Pontarelli
Sound by: Paul Heitsch
Software by: Jeff Johnson
Notes: This game was part of Williams/Midway's "SuperPin" line of widebody games.
Based on the character licensed from the comic series '2000 AD', not the 1995 Judge Dredd movie.

on est pas tout seul !!