Super-7 brings a new layout to the Mystic Lines and the Super 7 bonus game!
The bonus game requires you to hit two holes that add up to 7, then hit alternating red or yellow holes.
These bonus games sound so difficult and fun!
Safari has a unique 'tower game' on the right hand side of the backglass: the Animal Feature.
You coin this up with the white button, and the idea is that several holes on the playfield will move you up or down. Ideally you move either all the way up or all the way down.
This will light the giraffe, which gives you your best payout!
The same Mystic Lines gameplay from London returns, including the Twin Number feature.
London is a Mystic Lines bingo with a couple of really cool features.
There is a "Twin Numbers" feature that will light either 17 or 18 if you get one or the other number. Same for 11 and 19. That is a really powerful extra feature.
The 'tower game' on this machine is the "Triple Play". In this case, the game has a symbol for each hole on the playfield (three different). Your first ball can land in any hole, but then you have to aim for one of the other two symbols. Your third must be the last symbol.
At that point, you can cash out, or you can shoot the flashing symbol to increase your payout. You can also do this with your 5th ball!
Accomplishing this meta-game while accomplishing your goals on the standard Mystic Lines game would be challenging indeed.
Venice is a 20 hole bingo machine. This game carries forth the Double-Up special game from the previous game, Orient. In this case, the max payout has been increased. The same alternating hole gameplay applies, though. I think this feature would be very fun.
All 4 star zones can also pay up to 900 replays!
Orient is a great 20 hole game with an entry into a whole new world of features: solid state!
That's right, in 1967 Bally was using solid state in a production game!
The solid state component is a 'white-button' feature - a whole separate game that will allow you to play by alternating sinking even and odd numbers.
Very cool, especially as you have to pay attention to the main Mystic Lines game underneath!
Backglass (modified to say Bamboo):
Bahama Beach is the next to last beach-themed bingo that Bally produced. The beach themes are iconic and (mostly) timeless, aside from the swimwear. This game contains all the features of the previous, but entirely new artwork, in case the cabaret theme was too racy.
It may also have been a sign that the game itself was very popular, as with the flipper games that reused the same layouts and rules.
The playfield image is a reason not to move your bingo with balls in. It is easy to smash those light towers when the balls are clanking around.
Folies Bergeres is the sister game to Beauty Beach. It also contains the ability to double or triple one set of odds, quadruple deck scoring, extra balls, the red letter game, all 4 star zones score 300 or 600 replays and Mystic Lines!
Beauty Beach contains all of the features of the previous game, Border Beauty, but adds tripled odds for one color.
Along with, it can double odds for one color, has the red letter game, and can award 300 or 600 replays for all 4 star zones. The Mystic Lines return for this game as well.
Border Beauty is the first 20 hole bingo pinball game. It has a brand-new feature: Mystic Lines. This moving numbers feature allows you to swap columns of numbers on the left and right side of the bingo card, and move the center column up and down two positions.
Border Beauty also allows you to double any color.
Fun Spot '63 is the last of the "Ohio Dime Games" that Jeffrey Lawton has written about in "Bally Bingo Pinball Machines". These games award score rather than replays, and will retain your score from game to game, though it will reduce by 500 with each new game.
As Jeffrey mentions in tonight's correction, the games always required a single coin drop. At that point, it will tick down your score until it either runs out or lights all six cards.
Fun Spot '63 is pretty much exactly the same game as '62's model, but with a different cabinet.