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Average Prices: USD $1,300 to $2,600
Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company (1988-1999)
Produced: January, 1999
Production Run: 6,878 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: Williams Pinball 2000
Players: 4
Design by: George Gomez
Art by: John Youssi, Greg Freres
Dots/Animation by: Adam Rhine, Scott Slomiany, Jack Liddon, Scott Sanders, Dave Mueller
Mechanics by: Chris Shipman
Music by: Dan Forden
Sound by: Dan Forden
Software by: Lyman F. Sheats Jr., Dwight Sullivan, Keith P. Johnson, Graham West
Revenge From Mars is a 1999 pinball machine manufactured by Midway (under the Bally label). It is the sequel to Attack From Mars, that also has the same theme.

This game was the last machine manufactured by Midway and the first to use the Williams Pinball 2000 system that overlays interactive video onto the mechanical playfield.

An additional first was the default non-existence of a replay/special. Instead of awarding the player a free game when reaching a certain amount of points, it was decided to rather award extraballs (default at 50 million and 200 million). Additionally the match sequence at the end of a pinball game (a random free play award) was discarded. This default behaviour can be changed by the operator though.

There are 9 different main modes which can each be completed to obtain a Saucer light. These 9 modes are divided into 3 different groups and are listed below. The initial mode begins upon its selection at the start of the game (either manually with the action buttons or automatically after the choice times out). The modes move from left to right in sequence automatically after the previous mode has been completed (i.e. there is no "start mode" shot), with the exception of the middle group (Saucer) which begins after one of the other two mode groups has been completed. Each individual mode continues until it has been completed, even between balls. When a mode has been completed, the video will display a report. If the mode is completed properly according to the directions on the video display, the player will receive a "Flawless" rating. This rating must be achieved in order to obtain one Saucer light. Thus completing all of these modes with a Flawless rating will complete the Saucer lights requirement necessary. This, along with the other 2 requirements (Martian Multiball and Mothership Multiball), will light Attack Mars. Remember that Saucer lights can also be obtained in other ways (Martian Multiball, Stroke of Luck, Bonus Wave Multiball, Super Jackpot), so getting Flawless on all (or even any) of these modes is not a requirement.




Multiball modes
There are six multiball modes in Revenge From Mars:

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GBP 2,199 Czech Republic 13 December, 2017
EUR 1,500 Germany 12 December, 2017
EUR 1,200 Italy 09 December, 2017
GBP 1,320 Wickford, United Kingdom 03 December, 2017
GBP 1,500 Romford, United Kingdom 14 November, 2017
AUD $4,950 Australia 07 November, 2017
EUR 2,400 Germany 30 October, 2017
AUD $3,949 Victoria, Australia 15 October, 2017
USD $3,999 California, United States 22 September, 2017
GBP 1,751 United Kingdom 09 March, 2017

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