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  • The image of the City acts as a Wild in Chicago slot game and replaces other pictures, except Scatter, in a view for creating winning chains. Squares with the town itself have one of the most profitable payouts in this slot — collecting five of them with the highest possible bet (10000 credits), you can achieve 5 000 000 credits! Impressive, isn’t it? Moreover, combo with this symbol qualifies with two of them in a chain.
  • Car is Scatter and assembling three of them in your garage your trigger free spins with whiskey bottles and multipliers in it. You can enlarge your winnings up to 10 times with those bottles, just catch the right one!

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History[edit]

The 1970s[edit]

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The 1980s[edit]

The 1990s[edit]

The name[edit]

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Pinball machines using the Bally brand[edit]

Select machines developed by Bally or Bally-Midway[edit]

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  • Amigo (1974)
  • Ballyhoo (flipperless) (1932)
  • Bally Baby (slot machine) (1932)
  • Ballyhoo (flippers) (1947)
  • Baby Pac-Man (1982)
  • Blackwater 100 (1988)
  • BMX (1982)
  • Boomerang (1974)
  • Bow and Arrow (1974)
  • Capersville (1967)
  • Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy (1976)
  • Centaur (1981) & Centaur II (1983)
  • Cybernaut (1985)
  • Dixieland (1968)
  • Dogies (1968)
  • Dungeons & Dragons (1987)
  • Eight Ball (1977)
  • Eight Ball Deluxe (1981)
  • Embryon (1981)
  • Evel Knievel (1977)
  • Fathom (1981)
  • Flash Gordon (1981)
  • Fireball (1972)
  • Fireball II (1981)
  • Freedom (1976)
  • Four Million B.C. (1971)
  • Frontier (1980)
  • Future Spa (1979)
  • Gator (1969)
  • Hi-Lo Ace (1973)
  • Hokus Pokus (1975)
  • KISS (1979)
  • Lady Luck (1986)
  • Lost World (1978)
  • Mata Hari (1977)
  • Monte Carlo (1973)
  • Night Rider’ (1977)
  • Nip-It (1972)
  • Nitro Ground Shaker (1978)
  • Odds and Evens (1973)
  • On Beam (1968)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man (1982)
  • Paragon (1979)
  • Playboy (1978)
  • Power Play (1977)
  • Shoot-A-Line (1962)
  • Sky Divers (1964)
  • Strange Science (1986)
  • Strikes and Spares (1978)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man (1978)
  • Vector (1982)
  • Wizard! (1975)
  • Xenon (1980)

Developed by Midway[edit]

  • The Addams Family (1992)
  • Attack from Mars (1995)
  • Black Rose (1992)
  • Cactus Canyon (1998)
  • The Champion Pub (1998)
  • Cirqus Voltaire (1997)
  • Corvette (1994)
  • Creature from the Black Lagoon (1992)
  • Doctor Who (1992)
  • Dr. Dude and His Excellent Ray (1990)
  • Eight Ball Champ (1985)
  • Gilligans Island (1991)
  • Harley-Davidson (1991)
  • Indianapolis 500 (1995)
  • Judge Dredd (1993)
  • NBA Fastbreak (1997)
  • The Party Zone (1991)
  • Popeye Saves the Earth (1994)
  • Radical! (1990)
  • Revenge from Mars (1999)
  • Safe Cracker (1996)
  • Scared Stiff (1996)
  • The Shadow (1994)
  • Theatre of Magic (1995)
  • Twilight Zone (1993)
  • Who Dunnit (1995)
  • World Cup Soccer (1994)

Developed by The Pinball Factory[edit]

Slot machines[edit]

Chicago Slot Machine Show

  • Money Honey (1964)
  • Big Top (1982)
  • Jackpot Riot (1993)
  • Blazing 7s (1993)

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Casinos[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^’Bally Records’.
  2. ^ abc’Bally chief denies links with mafia’. The Age. 18 September 1973. Retrieved 8 October 2018 — via Google News.
  3. ^ abChristian Marfels; 2007, Bally: The World’s Game Maker, 2nd ed., Bally Technologies Inc., Las Vegas ISBN978–1–4243–3207–6
  4. ^’Bally Manufacturing Corp’. Encyclopedia of Chicago. Retrieved 21 June 2007.
  5. ^P.J. Bednarski (November 13, 1990). ‘Top exec quits as Bally revamps’. Chicago Sun-Times — via NewsBank.
  6. ^Debra Dowling (December 19, 1993). ‘Goldberg whips Bally Gaming into shape’. The Star-Ledger. Newark, NJ — via NewsBank.
  7. ^Laurel Campbell (December 7, 1993). ‘Adjacent casinos open in Tunica’. The Commercial Appeal. Memphis, TN — via NewsBank.
  8. ^’Bally’s licensed to open in Tunica’. The Commercial Appeal. Memphis, TN. AP. December 4, 1993 — via NewsBank.
  9. ^Michelle Hillier (December 22, 1995). ‘Bally’s rolls upriver, reopens casino closer to Memphis crowds’. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Little Rock, AR — via NewsBank.
  10. ^Scott Ritter (March 18, 1994). ‘Options help CEO’s earnings’. The Star-Ledger. Newark, NJ — via NewsBank.
  11. ^ abDavid Dishneau (May 18, 1994). ‘Bally gambling its games will outperform its gyms’. Akron Beacon Journal. AP — via NewsBank.
  12. ^’Bally spin-off final’. Chicago Sun-Times. January 10, 1996 — via NewsBank.
  13. ^Debra Dowling (September 19, 1995). ‘Bally Entertainment pushing out its network of push-up centers’. The Star-Ledger. Newark, NJ — via NewsBank.
  14. ^Barry Meier (June 7, 1996). ‘Hilton Hotels to buy Bally Entertainment for more than $2 billion’. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2019–03–14.
  15. ^Joe Weinert (December 19, 1996). ‘Hilton and Bally close deal’. The Press of Atlantic City — via NewsBank.
  16. ^’Twin River Worldwide Holdings to become Bally’s Corporation’. Delaware Business Times. October 29, 2020. Retrieved 2020–11–11.
  17. ^’Internet Pinball Machine Database: The Pinball Factory ‘The Crocodile Hunter Outback Adventure’’. www.ipdb.org.
  • Galecki, Irek (2006), Slot Machines History, Online Casino Press, archived from the original on September 17, 2012, retrieved 2007–06–25
  • Wilson, Mark R. (2005), ‘Bally Manufacturing Corp.’, Encyclopedia of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Historical Society, retrieved 2007–06–27
  • Lawlor, Pat (1992), ‘The Addams Family’, Pinball Hall of Fame, Internet Pinball Database, retrieved 2007–06–25

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