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Safe Cracker

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Average Prices: USD $1,600 to $4,600
Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company (1988-1999)
Produced: March, 1996
Production Run: 1,148 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: Williams WPC-95
Players: 4
Concept by: Pat Lawlor
Design by: Pat Lawlor
Art by: John Youssi
Dots/Animation by: Adam Rhine, Brian Morris
Mechanics by: John Krutsch, Carl Biagi
Music by: Dan Forden
Sound by: Dan Forden
Software by: Matt Coriale
Safecracker is a pinball machine with a safecracking theme, designed by Pat Lawlor, and distributed by Midway (under the Bally label). It was created in 1996. About 1148 were manufactured. Safecracker differs from a standard pinball game in that the player is playing against the clock as opposed to having a certain number of balls available. If the player loses a ball, as long as there is time left on the clock they can continue playing.

The machine is smaller in size than a standard pinball machine. The main objective of the game is to break into the bank's safe. The game can be broken into 3 areas of play:

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Cost Location Date
EUR 5,100 Germany 07 December, 2016
USD $4,939 Georgia, United States 20 December, 2015
EUR 1,710 Germany 07 May, 2015
EUR 2,550 Germany 26 February, 2015
USD $4,990 Iowa, United States 21 December, 2014
EUR 2,450 Germany 01 July, 2014
EUR 2,475 Germany 15 May, 2014
USD $6,950 Pennsylvania, United States 06 April, 2014
GBP 1,726 London, United Kingdom 11 December, 2013
USD $7,450 Pennsylvania, United States 13 November, 2013

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