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THE GAME NEED - 1972 Allied Leisure Sea Hunt

Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:14 pm
by Linkage
Here it is, your once in a lifetime opportunity to own a rare piece of horrible pinball history.

This EM game sports a large mirror that allows the player to view the horizontal playfield located in lower cabinet. Several plastics produce a kind of "floating text" image on the glass. Reminds me of Sega Time traveller really, on a much less exciting scale,

Here's the kicker - two joysticks with a flipper button on top of each. It's called a shaker game because literally the game allows you to shake the playfield up and down. Why shake? Who knows. Given how we play pinball you would have thunk a nudging game would have made more sense.

The game has no plunger. Instead, the ball rolls along a launch track at the top of the playfield and is dropped into play by pressing either flipper button. The chain track actually runs from game start until end. As we fixed it up that issues was driving us nuts - until we realised how it's supposed to operate. Ugh.

She can be a little finicky on times, but is running well. Playfield is beautiful and pristine. Exterior of the cab is a little rough though. Had to modify two legs to hit the hole spacing for the bolts.

It's rare and it's awesome to try - a couple times. After... meh. Honestly it belongs in a huge collection or a museum.

$1500 CAD OBO and includes shipping to the nearest R&L or Day & Ross depo.

Ask if you have questions. Many more pics available.

Re: THE GAME NEED - 1972 Allied Leisure Sea Hunt

Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:20 pm
by Linkage
Pics.

Re: THE GAME NEED - 1972 Allied Leisure Sea Hunt

Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:30 pm
by Linkage
Pics.

Re: THE GAME NEED - 1972 Allied Leisure Sea Hunt

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:39 pm
by Linkage
I'll do 850 shipped for the next couple days. Really don't want to move it into storage.

Re: THE GAME NEED - 1972 Allied Leisure Sea Hunt

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:47 pm
by semicolin
Somebody please buy this weird game and bring it to Ottawa