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Batman Forever, July, 1995

Produced in: July, 1995 / 6

Features: Flippers (3), Ramps (3), Multiball, Automatic Plunger, Batwing Ball Cannon. Pistol Grip ball shooter. Unlimited buy-in balls per player (operator option). Dot Matrix Display, at 192×64 pixels, is larger than standard, and is powered by a 68000 CPU.

Theme: Celebrities – Fictional – Licensed Theme

Additional Features: Batwing Ball Cannon, Bat Cave Ball Lock Area

Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 

MPU: DataEast/Sega Version 3b, Model Number: 38

#Produced: 2,500 units   (approximate) in July, 1995

Manufacturer: Sega Pinball, Incorporated, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1994-1999) [Trade Name: Sega]

Design by: Paul Leslie, Joe Kaminkow Art by: Morgan Weistling, Mark Raneses, Jeff Busch Music By: Brian Schmidt Sound By: Brian Schmidt Software by: Brian Rudolph, John Carpenter Animation by: Kurt Andersen, Jack Liddon

Marketing Slogans: Kurt Andersen, Jack Liddon
Notes: Features several electric-green wireform ramps with the BatCave escape ramp extending down behind the flippers and over the playfield apron, releasing balls “up” the playfield during multiball. BatWing cannon rotates & aims across the playfield and fires ball with pistol grip on front of machine. Features genuine speech clips from the movie. The Manual in our Files section shows on page 130 the Playfield Power Board (PPB) version 520-5021-00. Reportedly, Sega used PPB version 520-5021-05 on this game and on all games from Jurassic Park and later.

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