Jurassic Park

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Rating:
4.18 / 5
Average Prices: USD $700 to $2,500
Manufacturer: Data East
Produced: April, 1993
Production Run: 9,008 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: DataEast/Sega Version 3
Players: 4
Design by: Ed Cebula, Joe Kaminkow, John Borg
Art by: Markus Rothkranz
Dots/Animation by: Kurt Andersen, Jack Liddon
Music by: Brian Schmidt, John Williams
Sound by: Brian Schmidt
Software by: John Carpenter, Neil Falconer, Lonnie D. Ropp
Jurassic Park is a pinball machine produced by Data East Pinball. It is based on the motion picture of the same name.

Gameplay
There are 11 gameplay modes, called "Computer Screens". They are started by shooting the right scoop, called "Control Room", when it's lit. These modes are stackable (i.e., one mode can be running while another mode is in progress). The Control Room is briefly lit by the right ramp or either inlane, and is permanently lit by shooting the Power Shed (the right scoop) on the upper-right side of the playfield.
Completing all Computer Screen modes lights the Control Room for System Failure, a six-ball "wizard mode" where all shots on the playfield are worth 1 million points. It lasts for 45 seconds.

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Cost Location Date
USD $4,989 United States 26 March, 2024
GBP 3,400 United Kingdom 02 September, 2023
USD $4,200 United States 23 August, 2023
USD $6,000 United States 03 July, 2023
EUR 3,760 Germany 13 June, 2023
USD $5,990 United States 04 April, 2023
USD $7,999 United States 15 March, 2023
USD $4,000 United States 15 December, 2022
GBP 5,600 London, United Kingdom 15 December, 2022
USD $8,999 United States 10 November, 2022

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