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Harlem Globetrotters – Bally 1978


Mike Remembers:

Harlem Globetrotters was another staple at the Lincoln Fields mall in the late 1970’s. This was one game I chose to play not only for it’s cool look and great new fangled at the time Bally second generation electronic sounds, but because it was very generous in the free game department. After racking up a few credits I would sell them at 2 games for a quarter, or face value if there were eager players in wait, to put in the tougher games in the lineup. The inline drop targets were always a favourite as well, and while the double flippers were a hard lesson for many to learn, my early schooling on Capt. Fantastic left me prepared for the treacherous between the same side flipper drain, and has also always been a feature I quite enjoy.

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One Response to : Harlem Globetrotters – Bally 1978

  1. Phil said:
    Loved playing this at Lady Jane Donuts (Carling and Broadview)!!

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