The worlds largest pinball machine database!

Dialed In! (Collector’s Edition), 2017

Features: Flippers (3), Pop bumpers (3), Magnets (5), Moving target (1), Dual left inlanes, Left outlane kickback. Shaker motor. Multiball play. Digital camera in backbox makes images of player and displays them on backglass display. LCD mounted onto playfield. Bluetooth connectivity allows player's personal smartphone to operate flippers remotely and other capabilities. 27-inch LCD backbox display. Stereo sound with headphone jack with adjustable controls. Factory clearcoated playfield. Purple ("Quantum Haze") body armor with laser-cut side armor. Invisiglass playfield glass. RadCals (upgraded cabinet decals). Mirrored playfield back panel. Backbox topper lights up.
Manufacturer: Jersey Jack Pinball, Inc., of Lakewood, New Jersey (2013-now)
Date of Manufacture: August, 2017
Players: August, 2017 / 4
Year: 2017
MPU: Intel Celeron
Model Number:
Theme: Disasters - Hero's Journey - Pop Culture
Design by: Pat Lawlor
Art by: John Youssi
Animated by: Jean-Paul de Win, J. Zielinski
Music by: David Thiel
Sound by: David Thiel
Software by: David Thiel
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 
Notes: This model is advertised as having a production limited to the number of customer orders received by midnight December 31, 2016. Also advertised as having a "special back glass" having different artwork than on the backglasses of the other Dialed In models. Each game was advertised to have a Certificate of Authenticity and also a collector's plaque affixed to the game (on the lower apron) and signed by Pat Lawlor, Jack Guarnieri, and John Youssi. Purchaser was able to select a favorite number (subject to availability) to be placed on the game. Also came with a signed Collector's Edition comic book. The backbox topper is not shown in the manufacturer's flyer as it was made standard on this model after the flyer was produced. It was not made available for separate purchase by the manufacturer. Price when new: $12,500.00. Factory accessories for optional purchase: Playfield protector Two earlier games that have a camera in backbox are Playmatic's 1986 'Flash Dragon' and MarsaPlay's 2010 'New Canasta'.
Marketing Slogans:

13 Available Images

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *