Replay Museum | Red&Ted’s Road Show
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Red&Ted’s Road Show

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Manufacturer: Williams Electronic Games, Incorporated Produced: October, 1994 Production Run: 6,259 units Machine Type: Solid State Electronic MPU: Williams WPC Security (WPC-S) Players: 4 Concept by: Pat Lawlor Design by: Pat Lawlor, Dwight Sullivan, Ted Estes Art by: John Youssi Dots/Animation by: Scott Slomiany, Eugene Geer, Adam Rhine Mechanics by: John Krutsch Music by: Chris Granner Sound by: Chris Granner Software by: Dwight Sullivan, Ted Estes Red & Ted’s Road Show (also known as Road Show) is a 1994 widebody pinball game designed by Pat Lawlor and released by Williams. It is part of WMS’ SuperPin line of widebody games. Country singer Carlene Carter provided the voice of Red, and her song, “Every Little Thing”, is featured in the game. The game is considered an unofficial successor of FunHouse, as both were designed by Pat Lawlor and feature talking head(s) along with some similar playfield layout ideas. It is equipped with a Shaker Motor to make the machine vibrate.

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