Compiled by: Cameron Silver
Version 1.6: 10/Feb/1995
Updated by: Keith Johnson
Version 1.7: 10/Oct/1996
Extra special thanks to:
- David (Arnie) Arnold
- Orin Day
- Kevin Martin
- Bowen Kerins
- Mario Moeller
You may do what you will with this rule sheet, but remember that
Judge Dredd, Multiball and probably quite a few other things are most
likely copyright Bally/William's.
Note from Keith: I've just corrected some stuff that was wrong, mostly
with Crime Scenes and the SuperGame 100M. I also added a Strategy
section (such as it is). All of my comments are delimited within these
asterisks. [Changed to blockquote. - Ed.] The rest of the document is as
it was written by Cameron.
I'll start in the lower left, and go around to the lower right.
Note: Crime Scenes will be described in the Rules section!
- There are four. Two regular (i.e.: BIG) ones in the usual
place; and another one half way up the left side (very much like Street
Fighter II). There is also a tiny flipper in the top right of the
machine, that faces the back; imagine a small flipper mounted behind
the slot machine on TZ, now move that up a bit, and you've got it.
- Diamond Buttons
- Two of these and they're next to the flipper buttons.
They are large, and red; the machine calls them 'Fire' buttons, but
they have a '!' on them. The right one launches the ball, and lights
the next un-lit Chain Link More Later!. The left one fires the ball
during an Air Raid More Later!, and lights the previous un-lit Chain
Link More Later!.
- Left Lanes
- There is a kickback, but it's not an outlane, more
of another automatic plunger lane on the left of the machine. Any
ball in this lane will be kicked out, except during an Air Raid. More Later!
This will reset the JUDGE drop targets More Later!. To the
right of this is the outlane which is quite vicious, as shipped from
Bally, (with the post in the middle position), but I'm sure that when
I move it down it will be better. I don't even want to think about what
operators will do with this. It's a petty, because in my opinion it
brings the whole game down. The inlane is the usual type. The left
in/out lanes do not light anything (as far as I could tell.)
- '?' I'll just call this the Bonus target
- It's blue a round stand-up
target with a large '?' in the playfield. It is in a similar position
as The Lost Mine on White Water. When lit (during a Chain Link More Later!)
it's gives bonuses related to each Link. I'll explain it in
more detail later.
- Left Orbit (Crime Scene)
- It is a standard orbit that starts in the same
place as Party Zone's Rocket ramp. After a Left orbit shot, the ball will
usually come screaming out of the right orbit, but beware: this can lead to
an instant left drain. (The upper right mini flipper is located just at the
entrance to the right orbit, so I just keep it raised, which prevents the
left drain - This is believed to have been designed like this). A slow
shot around here that doesn't trickle out, will probably come out of the
entrance to the Small Loop More Later!
- Extra Ball target
- A small stand up target between the Left Orbit,
and the Left Ramp. (There is also another EB target .. see below.)
- Left Ramp (Or Lock Ramp)
- Balls put here will be fed to the right-most
right in-lane. When lock is lit, a shot up here will register as one lock,
but the ball will not physically be locked! The third ball 'locked' will
start multi-ball. This ball will be diverted into the planet; meanwhile
three other balls will be launched. A soft shot up this ramp will fall into
the planet, but the machine will unlock it - the annoying thing is that
mode timers DO NOT STOP!
- Planet [Dead World]
- You can't miss this. It is used to lock balls for
multiball. It spins, and flashes and looks really pretty. At the start
of multiball, balls are unlocked by a magnetic crane (like a record
player). The only thing I don't like is that fact that there is no
setting to unlock balls between games; balls don't even get unlocked
after a Slam Tilt, which is stupid when you consider the fact that the
Slam resets everything and the machine forgets how many balls are there!
I also found that sometimes the crane didn't pick the balls up, but at
least the machine realized, and tried again. In Production machines, the
planet is disabled, and only the third ball locked will go there. The
first two balls will just be fed back to the right inlanes (this makes
multiball really easy to start once lock is lit - Just three ramp shots).
Physical changes to the planet make it impossible for balls to remain
- 5 drop targets covering a hole. (Actually, only 'D' covers
the hole. It is wider than the other targets.) Lock is lit by spelling
JUDGE (i.e: hitting them down in order...). Shooting the hole will spot
the next letter. Be careful, as a hard shot into the targets can send
the ball up onto the Air Raid habitrail More Later!, which can lead to
a left drain. The Drop Targets are also used in some Chain Links
- Subway Entrance
- The hole behind the wide D drop target. Any ball in
here will be popped into the left inlane. This hole is lit for various
things during various Chain Links and multiballs. On prototype machines,
this is labeled as Pick A Prize.
- Small Loop (Crime Scene)
- A small orbit that goes under the Center
Ramp More Later!, joins the Left orbit to feed balls to the mini-flipper.
It's impossible to describe, but it seems to be the only obscured
part of the playfield. The player must really look to see if it's
lit. A small loop scores 3 million for the first shot, then an additional
3 million for each consecutive shot. (I.e: 3, 6, 9 ..) If this crime scene
is lit, it will be collected regardless of the balls direction. In fact,
this was once the last CS lit when the ball slowly rolled into the orbit.
I was credited for the CS and bumped up to the next level. The CS was re-lit
for this level too. When the ball rolled down, I recollected it.
- Centre Ramp
- A tiny ramp to the right of the small loop (It's in
a similar position as the Power ramp on Twilight Zone). The player
can shoot this ramp from the lower left flipper, but it's a HARD
shot. It's much easier from the mini flipper. It feeds to the entrance
of the left orbit, much like Disaster Drop in White Water. This is the
Jackpot ramp during the Blackout, and Battle Tank link.
- Sniper Tower (Crime Scene)
- A ball popper situated in the same place
as Twilight Zone's Lock but much easier to hit from the lower left
flipper, or the mini flipper. Balls Popped from here are fed via habitrail
to the left inlane. This can also be used to start Chain Links
- Air Raid
- Ramp to the right of the Sniper Tower. It faces the upper
left flipper, but it's a hard shot. There is a light at the base,
but it seems to always be lit. It feeds the ball into the kickback/plunger
lane. The drop targets will reset, and each one will be lit in turn.
You have to hit the left Fire button to fire the ball so that it hits
the lit target - I.e: Terminator 2 skill shot. (The ramp actually
stops before the lane, and the speed of the ball makes it land in
the right spot; however a ball that's going slowly (which only happens
when it pops up there from the drop targets) can be fed to the outlane
instead. NOT a good design.)
- Extra Ball target
- Another small orange stand up target that is
wedged between the Air Raid ramp, and the Large Loop. The two targets
- Large Loop (Crime Scene)
- Right orbit. Just to the right of the Air
Raid ramp. Hit this from the upper left flipper. It feeds the ball back
to the upper left flipper for 3 Million (Increases with every consecutive
shot). This is the skill-shot. A slow shot around here will come out of
the small loop.
- Advance Crime Level
- A bank of three stand-up targets in the same
position as the BigFoot HotFoot targets on White Water (except facing
the left.) When lit, (only one hit is necessary - like the Cousin
It targets on TAF) advances the crimes from Warning -> Misdemeanor
-> Felony -> Class X Felony More Later!; accompanied by a really cool
Boom sound! This target bank is easy to hit just by holding the left
flipper up when the ball comes screaming out of the orbit.
- Right Ramp (Crime Scene)
- This is the Stake Out ramp. It is in the
same place as the ramp on Banzai Run. It feeds back to the left inlane
on the right side. Some people seem to think that this ramp is too
steep, but on the machine I played the ball made it most of the time.
- Three captive balls (one per nuclear reactor) are in a
line. (In a similar place to Extra Ball on White Water). There is
a roll-over between the first two, and a target at the end. I'm not
sure how the scoring works during normal play, but I found out that
after 7 Targets (getting the last captive ball to hit the target),
extra balls was lit. Also, getting the third ball to hit the target
will double your end of ball bonus for that ball. These are used during
the 'Melt Down' Chain Link. Don't be too distressed if you never get
the last ball to move, it's a very bad shot. I can't understand why
they made a playfield feature only used in one Chain Link.
This has been changed a little bit in production ROMs. The 2nd target
hit (all the way at the back) will award 2x bonus. This includes
everything that could be counted as bonus, including mode and Ultimate
Challenge points!! But since hits are cumulative through the game, I'm
not sure if you can get this again. I need to get the glass off! The
4th target hit awards something amazingly stupid like 5M.
- Drain Shield
- Ball saver. The light is in the playfield above the flippers,
so this seems like an appropriate place for it in the rules! The factory
default is 5 seconds, I extended it to 10 on the machine at work. While 5
seconds is acceptable, it can be just that little bit too short as there
isn't even a hint of a grace period. The 'Drain Shield' sign in the
playfield, flashes and when it times out, you hear "Drain Shield,
De-Activated". This can get annoying, but I no-longer even hear it!
It's worth pointing out that the Drain Shield isn't even activated
until some major shot is made, or 4-5 switches. If you hit the EB target
instead of the skill shot, you can let it drain as long as you don't hit
too many other switches without the Drain Shield coming on. When the
ball is saved, it will continue to be kicked out until you hit a switch.
A chain link is like a Door Panel / Mansion Room / Mode / Computer Screen
etc. To start a Link you simply need to shoot the Left ramp, or Sniper Tower
when lit ('Build Up Chain Feature'), they alternate; the Left Ramp is lit
first. Note that when lock is lit, only the Sniper Tower will start Links.
Total score from each Link is added in Fun With Bonus. Most of the Chain
Links last 30 seconds, and you get 3 million just for starting them! I
found an adjustment in the menus, Shots for Mode: 2; so maybe more shots
to 'Build Up Chain Feature' will be necessary on some machines. Perhaps
Actually, all modes are 20 seconds long, unless noted.
There are nine (9) chain links. It's good to see that they didn't go
ballistic on JD like they did on Indi. The modes are less repetitive, and
only three involve shooting the ramps (and only one of those involve
shooting both ramps - but there's a twist so it's ok).
The modes are 30 seconds each, unless stated otherwise:
Pursuit -> Black Out -> Sniper -> Battle Tank -> Bad Impression ->
Melt Down -> Safe Cracker -> Manhunt Millions -> Stake Out => Ultimate
(I listed them in the order they cycle through. I'm unsure as to
which one is lit at the start of a game.)
Seems to be random.
- This, I believe, is a nice marriage between a video mode,
and a pinball game. The display shows a car speeding along (similar
to The Getaway's Video Mode, except that the animation is better)
with a police car following. The 'Pursuit' lights will flash at the
entrance to the right and left ramps. By shooting either ramp, the
police car will shoot a missile at the car. The car swerves all over
the road so you have to time the ramp shot so that the missile will
hit the car. If you hit the car you get 35 million - But I'm not sure
where 35 came from.
I believe you also get some small amount of points for each shot you
make that misses. Still, the only way to score well is to get lucky
and actually HIT the thing.
- Black Out
- Two ball multiball, and all playfield scores are doubled.
The centre ramp is lit for as many 10 Million shots as you like, until 1
or both balls drain. But don't fool yourself, it's not an easy shot.
I like to use this mode after the first multiball to just shoot JUDGE.
Another strategy is to hold a ball on the left flipper and shoot the
left ramp over and over for doubles points (effectively 1M+1M).
Perhaps after you've spelled JUDGE all you need to.
- Display shows someone looking down from the tower on people below.
Occasionally you see a person get shot! Meanwhile 20 Million is counting
down. Shoot the Sniper Tower to collect the lit value. The guy on
the tower will fall (gets shot!). Shoot the Sniper Tower again to
re-collect the same value. You have 11 seconds while he falls. For
more info on the amusing quotes (if you really want it), see the
- Battle Tank
- The display shows a VERY mean and destructive looking
device. You have to destroy it, but it's far too big to get rid of
with one hit, so you need three. The Left Orbit, Centre Ramp, and
Advance Crime Level are lit; shoot all three for 33 million. (I don't
know where they got 33 from, I think it's 10 million per shot + the
3 million for starting the link.) There is a great feminine/computer
sounding voice giving a rundown on how much is destroyed.
- Bad Impersonator
- This is great. The display shows a guy dancing
on a stage. The drop targets are lit two at a time in a T2-like manner,
(J+U, then U+D etc). You have to hit the lit targets to through things
at the guy on the stage. After the the 3 million for starting the round,
it's 5 Million for every target hit. If the two lit targets are hit , 10 Million is awarded.
- Melt Down
- Hit The captive balls to stabilize the three reactors. Three
hits are necessary - That is, three switch closures; so if you smack
the first captive ball so hard that it hits the second and third,
then you stabilize all three reactors. Alternatively, you can just
hit the first captive ball three times. The total is 33 Million. Again
I think it's 10 million for each reactor, and 3 million for starting it.
Yup, this also is 3M+10M/shot.
- Safe Cracker
- It's good to see they continued the humor displayed in
CFBL's 'Move Your Car'! The display shows a guy sleeping by a safe, while
someone yells "Open that safe!". You have to get the ball into the
Subway enough times to wake the guy up, and open the safe. After
four attempts the guy wakes up and opens the safe. See the spoilers
if you really want to know what happens, but you really should wait!
The scoring works like Move Your Car in CFBL, it starts at 8 Million and
counts down to 3 Million; the second and later shots award that value
again. The maximum amount for this is 8 Mill * 4 Shots = 32 Million.
The scoring is almost like Move Your Car. In Move Your Car, you actually
GOT 2x, 3x, and 4x the values (for a maximum of 80M). In this mode, you
only get the same points for each shot.
There's also something weird about this mode. If you hit it during the
opening animation, your score will be 8M. If you wait just a little bit,
when it starts counting down, the value will be over 8M, like it
started at 9M or something. Weird.
- Manhunt Millions
- A very disappointing round. The left ramp is lit
for 6 million a shot. You can hit for as long as you like for the amount
of time (20 seconds). Once you get in the rhythm, this can lead up
to huge scores.
- Stake Out
- Display shows Judge Dredd using binoculars to look into an
apartment window (see the spoilers for what he sees/says!). Shoot the right
ramp for 5 million a shot. This was also a little disappointing, but
the animation was so good that the simplicity of the round didn't
- Ultimate Challenge
- See the spoilers.
I've already mentioned the Bonus ('?') target. During each mode this
is lit, and once it's hit, it's no longer lit. Hitting it is in the
players best interest, I'll describe the effects below: [Note: A * means
that there is more info in the Spoilers]
Pursuit - Shoots two missiles at the car.
Black Out - Gives you a once off 10 million.
Sniper - The display says 'Hang up on fence, use red buttons'.*
Battle Tank - Extends the timer *** (by 10 seconds) ***
Impersonator - Three drop targets will be lit at a time instead of two
Melt Down - Secures all reactors, and awards the points too
Safe Cracker - Another message: 'When you're hungry press red buttons'.*
Millions - Extends timer *** (by 10 seconds) ***
Stake Out - Increases ramp value from 5 to 10 Million.
There are 5 Crime Scenes scattered around the playfield. The only
analogy I can think of is that they're like Hazards in While Water.
Crime Scenes are the left Orbit, Small Loop, Sniper Tower, Large Loop,
and right Ramp.
Shooting a crime scene will sentence a criminal..
- Warning for Smoking
- Warning for Spitting
- 1 year for Littering
- 1 year for Flatulism (!)
- 2 years for Speeding
- 15 years for Assault
- 23 years for Extortion
- 25 years for Arms Dealing (it's the girl from CFBL!)
- 35 years for Armed Robbery (the 'snackbar' guy from CFBL)
- 85 years for Kidnapping
- Life for Murder
- Life for Terrorism
- Life for Treason
- Life for Cannibalism (mmmm donuts!)
At the start of the game, there are usually 4 Crime Scenes lit. The
crime level associated with them is random, AFAIK, but is usually
either Warning or Misdemeanor. Different scenes can be at different
The levels are:
|Level Name||Colour||Millions of points per scene|
|Warning || Green || 1 |
|Misdemeanor || Yellow || 2 |
|Felony || Red || 3 |
|Class X Felony || White || 4 |
Hitting the Advance Crime Level target advances all scenes one level
up from what they were, to a maximum of Class X Felony. It also scores
1M. After ALL lit Crime Scenes are at Class X, the Advance Crime Level
The Crime Scenes stay lit until you shoot them. After you've shot them
all, another 3 or 4 will randomly light up at random levels.
That's all there is to it! The bottom lights depicting the Crime
Levels are actually mostly useless. They only light up when a scene is
at that level. Since scenes can start at different levels, that's why
more than one can be lit at a time. The only real useful use of these
lights are during SuperGame.
On our machine, extra ball was lit at both targets after 7 crime
scenes, and the next at 22.
And every 15 Scenes after that, pretty much forever. I [Keefer]
have gotten the
82 Crime Scene extra ball before, and the next one was indeed lit at
97. Didn't light the 97 one, though. Drained with like 95. :(
The actual crimes get worse at the higher levels, e.g.: "Life for
Cannibalism". The animation is nice, and the quotes make it clear
that a Crime Scene has been hit. Be careful of burned out globes,
and remember to check the Small loop, as it tends to hide a bit under
the planet. Perhaps the next software release could include a list
of lit Crime Scenes, and the current level, in the status report.
Knock down the 'JUDGE' drop targets to light lock. This is an unmistakable
event, as flashers start flashing (not as bad as CFBL) and the planet
starts to rotate. Shoot the left ramp, and the ball will be diverted
to the planet. Check out the ball locked animation. A new ball is
served to the plunger before the other-one is even in the planet,
so there are no delays there. [Note: a soft shot up the ramp when
lock isn't lit, can cause the ball to end up at the planet. The problem
with this is that the timers for a Link don't stop, and it takes a
while for the ball to be unlocked.]
Because of the Deadworld changes, release ROMs do the locking
differently. Now, "locks" 1 and 2 just sail around the the ramp. The
3rd ball will indeed be diverted to the Deadworld, and if the Claw
can't get the ball out, it falls onto the playfield rather ungracefully.
After starting Multiball with the 3rd shot, 3 more balls are autoplunged
The jackpot value starts at either 20 or 25M (not sure). Each drop
target hit adds 1M to the jackpot. Shoot the left ramp to light the
jackpot, and hit the Subway (scoop behind the "D" target) to collect.
Collecting a jackpot does NOT reset the value; it just keeps growing and
There are 4 jackpots, each 5 million more than the previous. The
current jackpot is indicated on the playfield, as either Mortis, Fire,
Fear or Death will flash. The order on the playfield is wrong, and
the jackpots occur in the order given above. The quotes are good,
taunting the player to score the jackpot; although the feminine computer
voice keeps saying "Shoot left Ramp to light Jackpot" all the time
I don't think collecting the jackpot adds anything to the value, but I'm
The jackpot animations are really nice.
After the Death Jackpot, Ultimate Challenge starts. Any balls that
you lost up until that point are re-launched. Ie: If you only have
2 balls left in play when you score the Death Jackpot, 2 more will
Multiball/Ultimate Challenge end when less that 2 balls remain in
When starting a second multiball, 'JUDGE' must be completed for each
lock. Although for the second and third locks, the machine gives you
a few letters for free. Unlike FishTales/Indiana Jones, Jackpots are
not held between multiballs. So if you just missed getting Death,
you need to start from the beginning again. Personally, I think this
is a bit rough!
- Skill Shot
- The ball is launched into the Large loop, so when it
gets around to the upper left flipper, go for another large loop.
The skill shot scores 5 Million, and the quote 'Great Shot', (even
though it sounds like Great Scott!).
- Two way combo
- Left orbit -> Small loop for 6 million.
I think it's only 3M for the 2-way combo.
- Three Way Combo
- Left orbit -> Small loop -> Centre ramp for 6 Million.
Shooting unlit ramps will award 500k * number of ramp shots that ball. So
any ramp is worth 500k 1 Million, 1.5 Million, 2 Million etc..
I guess this is the part you're all waiting for:
The player is greeted politely by Annita Mann at the start of a
Super Game, and is told that they have the Drain Shield active for
10 seconds. The machine waits for a ball to be launched, and then
launches a second one.
There are four different, and seemingly unrelated Super Games. All
of them are two ball, but draining 1 reverts to normal play for the
remainder of that ball. One game is played per ball.
However, if you hit the JUDGE drop targets within 15 seconds, you start
a 6 ball frenzied multiball. Confused yet?...
There's no time limit on the JUDGE thing, AFAIK. All you need to do is
get JUDGE before you have <2 balls in play.
- Game 1
- The player is given a quick story of what has happened, (in
this case a jail break). Some Crime Scenes are lit, shoot them for
a 'Super Jackpot' of 52.5 million (There are seven Crime Scenes) and
a really nice animation. After a jackpot, some more Crime Scenes will
be lit for another Super Jackpot. This continues until less than 2
- Game 2
- A mad bomber has escaped and you need to stop him from the
Sniper Tower. Ramps build the Super Jackpot (7.5 Million each) from
(I think) 7 Million; shoot the Sniper Tower to collect it. This continues
until less than 2 balls remain.
I think this game just scores 7.5M/ramp, no base. If there IS a base, it
is 7.5M. You have to collect it of course.
- Game 3
- There is a terrible traffic-jam. Shot the Subway for 25 Million,
Perhaps it's 10 Million + 5 Million per down target the 'Move Your
Car' quote, and some brilliantly violent animation; (See the spoilers).
There is no Super Jackpot in this game. This continues until less
than 2 balls remain. The drop targets reset between jackpots.
The scoring for this game is simply 5M*targets, for a maximum of 25M. The
drop targets only reset when you've made a Subway shot.
- Game 4
- The object is to try and destroy Dead World. Locking 2 balls causes
the shields to come down, and locking the third blows up the planet
for a Super Jackpot of 45 Million. This repeats. As soon as a ball is
locked, it gets unlocked by the crane, so when I say 'locking the
third' I mean virtual locks, OK?
In all Super Games(tm)(c)(r)(pty)(ltd)(sdtm)(etc) there is a chance to
score a super jackpot of 100 million. Shoot four lit crime scenes in order,
first a 'warning' (it's on the display) then Misdemeanor, Felony and then
Class X Felony. Now one of the top shots (it varies between Sniper/Ramp etc)
will be lit for the 100 Million - But it's only lit for 10 seconds, the
computer voice counts it down - By the time it gets to '1', it has an
amazingly smug tone to it too!
The 100M Super Jackpot has nothing to do with Crime Scenes. All it is is
the Advance Crime Scene target. Hit it 4 times to light the 100M. It's
always the same shot for each game, but I don't remember what they all are
offhand. I think it's the Sniper Tower for the Traffic Jam SuperGame.
You don't need to be in 6-ball or anything to get the 100M. I've lit (and
collected) the 100M in 2-ball play, while failing to get JUDGE at all. :|
In a 5 ball game, you get the following:
- ball 1 : game 1
- ball 2 : game 2
- ball 3 : game 3
- ball 4 : game 4
- ball 5 : game 1
Extra Ball Buy-Ins
In a regular game, the bought extra ball starts multiball, so it's
a little fairer than Twilight Zone and Indiana Jones, as multiball
can lead to jackpots (i.e. replays) or extra balls.
In a Super Game, game 4 starts.
The 'Family Mode' default is 'No'.
The sound is good. Some annoying quotes (not as bad as 'Shoot the
Snackbar!), but I started to ignore them after a while so they were
ok. But putting the sound aside, I thought the animation was fantastic.
It wasn't just that the animation LOOKED good, it was actually clever.
The Match Sequence is fantastic. It's a little long (and I never actually
saw it Match), but it's great. See the spoilers if you want a better
description, but you really should wait!
No cows that I could see .. sorry.
That about covers it. I really like the game (so far) and I think
that it has some really good features, it is certainly 100% more playable
than Indiana Jones, and seems a heck-of-a-lot more light hearted than
Twilight Zone. It's good to see that the design crew has a bit of
a sence of humor!
OK, there isn't all that much strategy per se, but here are a couple
KNOW YOUR MODES! By doing this, you can maximize your effectiveness for
mode scoring. Modes can be worth an awful lot if you bother to play
them. I don't think you'll do very well at all if you don't, especially
because the only other thing you can do during a mode is shoot for
multiball (well, Crime Scenes too), and multiball can easily be worth
nothing if you goof it up. Here are some ideas:
- Only start this mode from the Sniper Tower. You waste time (and
thus points) if you start it from the ramp.
- Manhunt Millions
- Similarly, only start this from the left ramp. Then
you can just shoot this over and over and over again. I usually don't
worry about trying to extend the mode via the ? target if I'm on a roll.
- I prefer to start this from the ramp so that I can (hopefully)
shoot the ? right away to end the mode.
I usually don't try to do much with Bad Impersonator. Seems kind of
dangerous to me.
The other modes depend on my mood. I sometimes play them if I've made
the first shot or 2. Otherwise, I'll go for Crime Scenes.
I save both Safecracker and Blackout until after the first multiball. It
is much easier to spell JUDGE during these modes, either by flailing
during Blackout, or shooting the Subway over and over during Safecracker.
During Ultimate Challenge, try to get balls on the right flipper. You
can then exploit the Sniper Tower for 10M/shot with the left flipper (since
Sniper feeds the left flipper).
Look at these at your own risk. The only information contained in
this document are full animations/sounds which are even funnier if
experienced during play.
- Sniper Quotes
- The animation shows the guy falling from the Sniper
Tower. As he falls, he sometimes says "It's a looong way down! ..
Ahhhhh", or "Hey! You can see my house from here!". When you shoot the
Sniper Tower to recollect the value, he will splatter all over a wire
fence... Hit the red buttons to see a dog wonder up, sniff the remains,
and lift his leg - accompanied by a soft tinkling sound!
- Safe Cracker
- The first attempt to wake the guy up is with a Machine
gun. Then a tank destroys everything but the safe and the guy. (The
guy even has little 'Zzzz's as he sleeps!). Then a machine that I'm
not even going to begin to try and describe, attempts - no luck. Finally
he's blasted upon from outa-space. This wakes him up and he opens
the safe. There is a steaming roast Turkey (or chicken) in there!
The guy just smiles! If you press the red buttons here the guy gets
zapped by lightning. Very funny, and very graphic; I still laugh at
his smoking remains!
- Stake Out
- Judge Dredd first sees the silhouette of a guy and girl come
together, then fall onto a bed (out of view), knocking over a lamp. He
mumbles something like "I wonder what's going on there!", or "Hmmmm
interesting!". Next he sees the silhouette of the girl stand up and
unfasten her bra. She then closes the blind!
- Ultimate Challenge
- Not the wizard bonus one would expect. All Crime
scenes are lit for 10 million, and all of the balls in the trough
get launched (the ones in lock remain there). Just keep getting 10
millions. It ends when less than two balls remain in play. I don't
think there was anything for getting all of the Crime Scenes (they
remain lit once you hit them), but I could be wrong. With 4-6 balls
in play, this can lead to a monstrous score!
Well, there are 2 ways to get Ultimate Challenge: Getting all 4
regular multiball jackpots, and by finishing all of the modes. For
the multiball UC, it is 4-ball. For the mode UC, it is 6-ball.
- Super Game (Game 3)
- There are two guys (one behind an other) in
a big traffic jam. The first jackpot sees the guy behind yell "Move
Your Car" and shoot a machine gun; but you actually get to see the
guy in front get hit! The second time he has a acid gun (like a water
pistol, but it says 'Acid' on the side). He fires, and you see the
head of the guy in front melt to a skull. Finally, he throws an axe,
which flies through the air and hits the front guy in the back of
the head. This is accompanied by a 'Uhh' sound, and a brain being
splattered over the wind-screen! It's great!
- Match Sequence: The display shows an old lady in a rocking chair in front
of a house. A car full of people drive past shooting. The old-lady falls
to the ground. When the car has past, she gets up with her trusty ole
double barrel and shoots three times. Each shot causes come of the display
to be blown away. The last shot reveals the match numbers. The music is
great as well ...
- Squirt Fatality
- When Judge Dredd announces "get the extra ball", the display
shows him talking into a C.B. Hit the red buttons and the CB squirts water
into his face. JD responds with "hmmmm, interesting."
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