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El Dorado City of Gold, 1984

Features: Flippers (4), Pop bumpers (2), Slingshots (2), 5-bank drop targets (1), 10-bank drop targets (1), Standup targets (2).
Manufacturer: Premier Technology (1984-1996) [Trade Name: Gottlieb]
Date of Manufacture: September, 1984
Players: September, 1984 / 4
Year: 1984
Production: 905 units   (confirmed)
MPU: Gottlieb System 80A
Model Number: 692
Theme: Adventure - Fantasy
Design by: Ed Krynski
Art by: Larry Day
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Machine Type: Solid State Electronic (SS) 
Notes: This was the last pin produced by Mylstar and production was continued by Premier. It is also the last game designed by Ed Krynski for Gottlieb/Mylstar. The models for the explorers on the backglass were two Gottlieb employees, Jeri Knighton and Jeff Lee (Gottlieb video game artist). In the 1970's, this playfield layout was produced by Gottlieb as a 1 player replay version called 'El Dorado', an Add-A-Ball version called 'Gold Strike', an Add-A-Ball version for Italy called 'Lucky Strike', a 4 player replay called 'Target Alpha', a 4 player replay game made only for France called 'Canada Dry', and a 2 player replay called 'Solar City'. Unlike the above list of EM games, this SS version used a 3-inch flipper bat for its upper left flipper instead of a 2-inch flipper bat.
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