Produced in: 1
Features: Flippers (2), Ball kickers (3), Gobble hole (1). This game was designed by the manufacturer to have no backbox. The score is displayed to the right of the shooter alley.
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
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Manufacturer: Jumaci S.L., of Madrid, Spain
Design by: Art by: Music By: Sound By: Software by: Animation by:
Notes: Pictured in this listing are three games from Jumaci that have the same playfield. The owners state there is no game name or dates to be found anywhere on them. While the playfield art and layout are identical for the three games, the plastics covering the three kickers do not always match, the apron art does not match, the cabinet art does not match, and the removable covers over the ball shooters show the manufacturer’s name on two games as ‘Jumaci S.L.’ and ‘Recreativos Jumaci’ on the remaining game. The game in the manufacturer’s flyer shown here, identified as Ametrallador Atomico 1º and indicating ‘Recreativos Jumaci’, has the same playfield layout and artwork as all of our pictured games with the exception of its plastics being different and the row of numbers along the very top of the playfield having circles around them. This flyer game has a small coin door and the coin slot to the left of it while the pictured games each have a larger metal door with the coin slot on it. One theory for these differences is if these games represent separate production runs, made at separate times. The difference in plastics may be a result of owners scavenging for replacement parts. Until we have more and definitive information, we will show these three ‘nameless’ games together with the flyer in this one listing. “Ametrallador Atómico” translates to “Atomic machine gunner” which seems an ill-fitting name for the easy-going artwork on these playfields.