Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball machine is a great way to spice up your next fundraiser, trade show, or corporate event. With AGR Las Vegas and your Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball machine(s) you can even add some entertainment to a conference, black tie dinner, birthday party, wedding reception, Halloween Party or any other event.
The animations on the Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball game are great not to mention the extra large dot matrix display is really nice. The Frankenstein monster figure is a cool toy and game play is fast and fun with a nice mixture of difficulty when it needs to make shots. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball features a six-ball multimode that is hard enough to get that it never gets old.
The choice of music at the start is nice for two player games when you have been drinking as it helps keep track of who’s turn it is.
The Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball machine was designed by John Borg in the year 1995 and manufactured by Sega Pinball, Inc. The Artwork is dark and drawn by pin-art guru Paul Farris and will make your next event a hit!
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball game multiball mode is amazingly deep and offers a wide variety of shots and multiple multiball modes.
Some of the Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball machine’s classic features include:
The Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball machine offers a standard width playfield and is chalk full of items to shoot at. It has a typical 3 flipper layout, with two at the bottom and the other one placed 2/3rds up on the right. 4 pop bumpers are in a lower left position, as on Jurassic Park or Adams family. High quality art features film characters such as the monster, Victor (Kenneth Branagh) and Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter) plus more lightning and film scenes. A fantastic model of the monster, which is dressed in black and covered with scars, dominates the upper area of playfield.
Frankenstein can throw a ball from each hand but throws much harder down the right side of the table than the left and occasionally looks around to survey the area.
You also get to choose the sounds. Choose either a dramatic orchestral piece from the film or Edgar Winter’s 70’s guitar/rock anthem Frankenstein. Pick the latter and it’s fair to say that this machine rocks. The sounds are great-thunderclaps and electrical buzzing abounds, the monster continually groans and screams and Victor shouts out excited comments. Playing the game is an altogether satisfyingly and noisy experience.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball benefits from Sega’s impressive 192×64 pixel dot matrix display (DMD) that appeared on only four mid nineties games and was then dropped, supposedly due to its high cost. The resulting animation is clearer than on the standard sized unit and Frankenstein has some of the most impressive DMD animations seen.
The cabinet art is embodies Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball sombre mood with skulls and bones on the side of the back box or topper. The main body is decorated with a lightning storm plus “the vat” in which the monster was created. Numerous bulbs light the backglass It features characters from the film but is dominated by the monster (Robert De Niro) and Victor Frankenstein (Kenneth Branagh). Other finishing touches that set this pin apart are the gold habi-rails, rather than usual chrome and in place of a launch button you have a hefty switch used to launch the ball.
Did you know?
Other machines made by Sega Pinball, Inc. during the time period Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was produced include Baywatch, Twister, Mini-Viper, Cut the Cheese, Goldeneye, Super Dice Craps, Bulls Eye, Hippo Soccer, and Pair Crane.
Sega Pinball, Inc., the Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein maker, released 28 different machines under this trade name, starting in 1984.
The game designer, John Borg knows his stuff and has designed some fine games for Data East, Sega and more recently Stern. These include some notable machines such as Star wars, Tales from the Crypt, Sharkey’s Shootout, and Austin Powers. He was also a co-designer of Jurassic Park and Guns and Roses.
The pin-art guru Paul Farris, work appears on many classic machines such as Paragon, Space Invaders, Centaur, Xenon, and Phantom of the Opera.
Dimensions: H: 75 1/2 “, W: 27 “, D: 55”, W: 260lbs; Power 120v AC, 5amps
We can even customize the side panels of the Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball Pinball Machine with your Corporate logo or custom graphics. Let our team of artists and designers take your idea from concept to final product.
With over two decades of experience, we can create the perfect promotional game for your next show, conference, event or party. The games AGR Las Vegas offers have been played by millions nationwide. With our knowledge and creative edge, we can help you reach more people while your company profits.
Everything from simply placing your logo on a game up to and including a fully personalized game project.
We can always customize pool tables or casino games with your favorite photos or logos on the felts.
If you can conceive it, we can probably do it.
The Staff at AGR Las Vegas are all amusement and event game enthusiasts that would love to help you find just the right amusement game rental for your event. Please call us at 702.388.4263 if we can answer any additional questions or to book your Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Pinball Machine(s) today!