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Daffie, 1968

Features: Zipper flippers (2), Pop bumpers (4), Slingshots (2), Rollover buttons (6), Standup targets (5), Drop target (1), Upper ball return gate. Drop target resets when 1-2-3-4-5 is completed, or when ball goes through upper ball return gate, or at start of a new game. Sound: 1 bell, 1 wooden box chime, knocker.
Manufacturer: Williams Electronics, Incorporated (1967-1985) [Trade Name: Williams]
Date of Manufacture: May 17, 1968
Players: May 17, 1968 / 1
Year: 1968
Production: 2,453 units   (confirmed)
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Model Number: 349
Theme: Automobiles - Cars - Fashion
Design by: Steve Kordek
Art by: Christian Marche
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: The game in the manufacturer's flyer shows five pop bumpers while all examples of this game that we have seen show a drop target in place of the 5th pop bumper even while the playfield art behind the drop target still indicates placement for a pop bumper there. The flyer game may have been a sample or test game before the drop target was added for production. 'Daffie' was the first of four Williams game to have zipper flippers. Williams referred to it as "closing flipper action". The replay version of this game is Williams' 1968 'Doozie'.
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