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Arena, 1987

Features: Flippers (2), 4-bank drop targets (1). Three ball multiball. Right outlane detour gate (between outlane and inlane). Shooter lane detour gate (between shooter lane and outlane). No pop bumpers on this game. An aerial habitrail returns ball to shooter alley. Sometimes, a detour gate opens into the shooter alley to catch this ball at the same time that the right outlane detour gate opens, creating a path to return this ball directly to the right flipper. The translite is a combination of hand-drawing and photography. Factory-installed illumination: Backbox - one fluorescent tube. Playfield - 10 LEDs in skill shot lane, all other lamps are incandescent. Cabinet - front has all incandescent lamps.
Manufacturer: Premier Technology (1984-1996) [Trade Name: Gottlieb]
Date of Manufacture: June, 1987
Players: June, 1987 / 4
Year: 1987
Production: 3,099 units   (confirmed)
MPU: Gottlieb System 80B
Model Number: 709
Theme: Fantasy
Design by: Ray Tanzer
Art by: Constantino Mitchell, Jeanine Mitchell
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Machine Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 
Notes: The opening skill shot is known as "The Pit", a feature used again on Premier's 1990 'Bell Ringer' and Premier's 1994 'Bullseye'.
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