Atari incorporated a gimbal joystick in both Food Fight and Red Baron. Although this joystick as proven very robust, age has taken its toll on the plastic connection from the stick to the potentiometer and they always break. Our aluminum replacement resolves broken sticks and insures no more failures
The Earthshaker pinball machine has playfield toy named Earthshaker Institute. In around 100 sample machines, this building sunk into the playfield when balls were locked or in mufti ball modes.
All Earthshaker machines, regardless of ROM revision, have the software necessary to control the sinking building feature. Unfortunately, due to cost overruns, the motor and all associated wiring and mechanics was left out in all but these few prototypes, and the toy was banished to be bolted on the playfield forever.....
Well, NO MORE! Using my kit now available, You too can have the same "Sinking Feeling" offered in the first prototype machine!
The Doctor Who pinball machine has a Dalek head on top of the backbox. In under 100 prototypes, this head contains a motor to allow for the head to swivel from left to right in coordination with the speech.
All Doctor Who pinball machines have the software necessary to control the Dalek head. Unfortunately, apparently due to cost overruns, the motor and all associated wiring was left out in all but these few prototypes. In all non-prototype machines, the top of the head is simply glued to the bottom and a flasher is the only thing mounted inside the head.
Well, NO MORE! Using my kit now available, You too can have the same Dalek head movement offered in the first prototype machine!
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