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Domino’s Spectacular Pinball Adventure (Limited Edition), November, 2016

Produced in: November, 2016 / 4

Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), Standup targets (5), Scoops (2), 3-target dropping bank (1), Spinning target (1), Electromagnet (1), Horseshoe lane (1), Mini-post in flipper gap. Multiball. An actual backglass was used instead of a translite. Factory-installed illumination: Backbox: RGB LED strips Playfield: LED Cabinet front: LED

Theme: Licensed Theme

Additional Features: Noid figurine operating pizza crusher Pizza oven Stacks of pizza boxes

Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 

MPU: PinHeck System, Model Number: 3

#Produced: 75 units   (confirmed) in November, 2016

Manufacturer: Spooky Pinball LLC, of Benton, Wisconsin (2014-now)

Design by: Charlie Emery Art by: Scott Gullicks Music By: Sound By: David Van Es Software by: David Fawcett Animation by: David Van Es

Marketing Slogans: David Van Es
Notes: Game manufactured under license from Domino’s Pizza. Concept by Adam Gacek. Scott Gullicks did the artwork for both backglass and playfield. Blake Dumesnil did the cabinet artwork. This games uses the Pinheck Board 2.0. The first 75 games in the production run were designated Limited Edition. The remainder of the run were designated Standard Edition. However, one Standard Edition was produced ahead of the LE’s in order to facility a launch party. Adam Gacek, then the Vice President, Associate General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of Domino’s Pizza, told us that he received Limited Edition #1 in November, 2016. The SE and LE editions are exactly the same except for the backglass art and LE metal plaque. Limited Editions came with a Noidzilla backglass and a backbox metal plaque attached at the factory with the LE number and signatures of all Domino’s Pizza CEOs. A few Domino’s executives were able to select their LE number and everyone else was assigned one. No other differences from the Standard Edition. Manufacturer’s price when new: $5,299.00 of which $800 of that amount was a charitable donation made to the Domino’s Partners Foundation that helps Domino’s employees around the world when they need assistance. The board game of dominoes is played with several small tiles. The “Western style” of this game uses twenty-one tiles, each showing one of a different combination of numbers made with a roll of two six-sided dice, plus seven blank tiles.

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