Replay Museum | The Who’s Tommy Pinball
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The Who’s Tommy Pinball

About This Project

10 pre-production prototypes were made for promotional use in conjunction with the off-Broadway productions. These prototypes had six pop bumpers. The game made its debut at the Hard Rock Cafe in Dallas in October of 1993, one of these games fell off the truck and was destroyed. Another was used in the 1993 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, this special machine was rigged for “autoplay” and had no backbox, electronics were cabinet-mounted. Reportedly, these prototypes may have had EM chime units.

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