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NBA Fastbreak

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7.50 / 10
Average Prices: USD $900 to $1,500
Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company (1988-1999)
Produced: March, 1997
Production Run: 4,414 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: Williams WPC-95
Players: 4
Concept by: George Gomez
Design by: George Gomez
Art by: Kevin OConnor
Mechanics by: Tom Kopera
Music by: Kevin Quinn
Sound by: Kevin Quinn
Software by: Tom Uban
NBA Fastbreak is a 1997 pinball machine released by Midway (under the Bally brand name). It is also the only pinball machine in existence that featured the possibility to directly link two machines together and having two players play against each other in realtime (unlike the tournament system introduced by Pinball 2000 and later Stern machines that just feature extended highscore lists).

The scoring is like the real NBA, meaning that 300 points is a terrific score. The scoring is balanced, and completely linear. That in itself is a major difference from other pinball machines. Additionally it is the only WPC machine that does not feature an after ball bonus count. The objective of NBA Fastbreak is to get to Trophy Multiball by completing six tasks, win a championship ring, and score as many points as possible along the way. The six tasks are:
When all the tasks are completed, Trophy Multiball automatically starts (if you lose the ball before it starts, it'll start on the next ball). The player then has unlimited balls for about 20 seconds. The center ramp is lit for 2 points and the goal is to outscore the "other team" (it seems like 6 or 7 shots are necessary to do this). If the player wins, a championship ring is awarded and the player becomes the current MVP.

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Cost Location Date
USD $3,500 Illinois, United States 25 February, 2017
GBP 1,420 Hornchurch, United Kingdom 17 May, 2016
USD $1,975 New York, United States 04 March, 2016
USD $2,500 Michigan, United States 20 January, 2016
USD $1,926 New York, United States 02 October, 2015
EUR 1,121 Germany 31 July, 2015
USD $1,805 Ohio, United States 22 July, 2015
USD $3,495 Connecticut, United States 09 April, 2015
USD $2,975 Florida, United States 17 February, 2015
USD $2,250 California, United States 06 February, 2015

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