Produced in: November, 1937 / 1
Features: Spring bumpers (14), Inert bumpers (3). The backglass has two scoring systems, one on the left side and one on the right side. At start of game, 10,000 points are shown on the left side. The first ball in play reduces this score in 200-point increments every time a spring bumper is hit, for a possible lowest score of 6,800 points on first ball. This first ball leaving playfield operates a “Switch” rollover which means all remaining balls will increase the score on the right side of backglass in 100-point increments. Replays are awarded for getting the right-side score to meet or beat the left-side score. In effect, the first ball sets the replay threshold for the remaining four balls. The 1000-point rollovers increase the right-side score by that amount with any ball in play, including the first one. To prevent a cheating player from shooting a second ball into play before the first ball has exited the playfield, the ball-lift mechanism has a contact on it to activate the “Switch” rollover if the player lifts a second ball prematurely. The single replay threshold will award either 2,3,4,5, or 10 replays. The exact value is selected randomly at start of game and is displayed on one of several sea chests on the backglass.
Theme: Hard Hat Diving – Mythology – Nautical – Treasure
Type: Electro-mechanical (EM)
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#Produced: in November, 1937
Manufacturer: Genco Manufacturing Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1931-1958)
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