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Bagatelle, 1995

Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumper (1), Kick-out hole (1). Mini-sized one-player machine with full-sized playfield and cabinet components: flippers, one slingshot, pop bumper, kick-out hole, steel ball, ball shooter, flipper buttons, score reels, and coin slot. This machine also features a credit unit, tilt, and match unit. It can be coin-operated or set to free-play. Operates at 110V. Object of the game is to shoot the numbers 1-9 in the correct sequence. The next number can also be 'spotted' by shooting the kick-out hole at the right time, depending on position of score motor. Hitting '9' lites Special for replay, lites the pop-bumper to score 100 points, and lites the kick-out hole to score 500 points. A full-sized ten-position score reel is used for the 5-ball count unit, and steps twice for each ball. A full-sized score reel is also used for the credit unit. When a credit is to be subtracted, the unit does this by counting forward nine times. Game measures 21 1/2 inches long and stands 35 inches high on its legs. Cabinet is 10 1/2 inches wide, backbox is 13 inches wide, and the playfield is 14 1/2 long inches by 9 inches wide. Hand-built by Henk de Jager under the name 'One More Time'. Design and art by Henk de Jager.
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Date of Manufacture: 1995
Players: 1995 / 1
Year: 1995
Production: 1 unit   (confirmed)
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Theme: Sports - Pinball
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: This game was created to bring to the United States to the Pinball Expo in 1995 after Henk de Jager won a prize at the 1994 Pinball Expo with his game "Crack the Bank". The game is sized to fit in a suitcase once the backbox and legs are removed. In the end, it never went to the US.
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