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Demolition Man

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7.57 / 10
Average Prices: USD $800 to $1,500
Manufacturer: Williams Electronic Games, Incorporated
Produced: 1994
Production Run: 7,019 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: Williams WPC (DCS)
Players: 4
Design by: Dennis Nordman
Art by: Linda Deal (aka Doane), Doug Watson
Dots/Animation by: Scott Slomiany, Eugene Geer
Mechanics by: Win Schilling, Armando Zuniga
Music by: Jon Hey
Sound by: Jon Hey
Software by: Ted Estes, Bill Grupp
Demolition Man is a Williams pinball machine released in February 1994. It is based on the motion picture of the same name. It is part of WMS' SuperPin line of widebody games.

Sylvester Stallone (John Spartan) and Wesley Snipes (Simon Phoenix) provided custom speech for this game.

Multiball modes
This game is centered on multiball modes. The player has to shoot the left ramp when the "freeze" light is lit (lit by the right inlane) to "lock" a ball. When the required amount of locks are made, the player has to shoot the left loop to start multiball.
Completing all four multiball modes lights the right ramp for the wizard award, Demolition Jackpot, which is the total amount of all the jackpots collected during the game. The Demolition Jackpot is lost if the ball drains.

Cryo-Claw modes
The game's other main feature is the Cryo-Claw, which is located on the upper-left side of the playfield, and is lit at the left inlane. The following awards are as follows:
Completing all of the Cryo-Claw modes lights the Underground shot for the wizard mode, Demolition Time. In this mode, three balls are launched into play, and all of the major shots are initially worth 15 million points. Hitting the five standup targets increases the base value of all the major shots by 5 million points, and launches another ball into play, up to five balls.

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USD $1,825 Virginia, United States 09 October, 2017
EUR 1,922 Germany 01 October, 2017
EUR 1,410 Germany 10 September, 2017
USD $4,260 Michigan, United States 08 September, 2017
AUD $3,300 New South Wales, Australia 07 July, 2017
EUR 2,288 Germany 04 March, 2017
GBP 1,500 Louth, United Kingdom 21 September, 2016
GBP 1,320 Wokingham, United Kingdom 13 May, 2016
EUR 1,699 Germany 17 April, 2016
EUR 2,200 Germany 17 April, 2016

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