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1962 World Series, 1962

Features: Ramps (3). The ramps are red in color. Scoring a Super Home Run in backbox adds 1 extra inning to the game and awards 3 or 5 replays (operator option). Beating the previous high score awards 5 replays (operator enabled). The high score feature resets to 20 runs when a certain high score level is hit (operator adjustable). A Grand Slam Home Run adds 1 letter to the name WORLD SERIES on the backglass. This is a carry-over feature from game to game and awards 5 replays upon completion (operator enabled). The match feature is operator adjustable for either of these two modes: Mystery Match - this is the traditional operation where a random match number lights up at the end of the game, awarding a replay if it matches the last digit of the score. Skill Match - the match number is illuminated throughout game play, changing constantly as the 0-9 unit advances. This changing number gives no award during play, but its visibility allows the player an additional strategy if the game play is on the last inning with 2 outs. Then, once the changing match number agrees with the last digit of the score, the player can purposely try to score the 3rd out to end the game in order to win the match award. However, the player might not want to end the game in this way if the scores are close to winning replays for runs or for beating high score. Sound: 2 bells, knocker.
Manufacturer: Williams Electronic Manufacturing Corporation (1958-1967) [Trade Name: Williams]
Date of Manufacture: January, 1962
Players: January, 1962 / 1
Year: 1962
Model Number: 275
Theme: Sports - Baseball
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
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