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Demolition Man, 1994

Features: Flippers (3), Pop bumpers (2), Slingshots (3), Ramps (3), Automatic Plunger. 5 Multiball modes. Maximum 1 buy-in ball per player (operator option). Actual measured weight: 283 lbs (includes legs).
Manufacturer: Williams Electronics Games, Incorporated, a subsidiary of WMS Ind., Incorporated (1985-1999) [Trade Name: Williams]
Date of Manufacture: February, 1994
Players: February, 1994 / 4
Year: 1994
Production: 7,019 units   (confirmed)
MPU: Williams WPC (DCS)
Model Number: 50028
Theme: Science Fiction - Licensed Theme
Design by: Dennis Nordman
Art by: Linda Deal (aka Doane), Doug Watson
Animated by: Scott Slomiany, Eugene Geer
Music by: Jon Hey
Sound by: Jon Hey
Software by: Jon Hey
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 
Notes: According to Doug Watson, he had serious difficulty creating the backglass because the movie production team kept rejecting his designs. He eventually discovered that the rejections were coming from Wesley Snipes, who wanted to ensure he did not look like a crazed character on the backglass because he was concerned about his upcoming career in Hollywood. Because of this, the final backglass is much simpler than early designs, and all three characters were given "mathematically equal" backglass coverage, with "handsome" features (according to Watson). Variations between playfields can be seen in the three round orange inserts near the car crash feature and also in the larger white rectangular insert to the left of them. The game in the flyer shows all four inserts are unlabeled. Other playfields pictured in this listing show the orange inserts are labeled 3, 6, and 10 Million and the white insert is labeled "Retina Scan Ready". One example shows the white insert is labeled while the orange ones are not. This game was part of Williams/Midway's "SuperPin" line of widebody games.
Marketing Slogans: "The Pinball that will Blow You Away!" "It's sure to arrive with a Bang!" "One pinball you definitely want on your side." "Williams' Most Explosive Pinball Ever."

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