Central Park [Model 226]

The Pinball by Gottlieb & Co.

Central Park [Model 226] screenshot

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[COIN-OP] Pinball

Central Park © 1966 Gottlieb.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Central Park [Model 226] the  Pinball
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Model Number : 226

TRIVIA

Released in April 1966.

Considered one of the best playing classical tables, Central Park features a comical backglass animation of a monkey ringing a bell every 100 points scored. Pinball 'Hall of Famers' consider mastering table nudging and target shooting on this table to be essential in proving one's expertise at playing classic tables.

3,100 units were produced.

TIPS AND TRICKS

Though simple in its goals, this table requires skill and practice to keep the ball alive. Mastering the nudge is the key to succes. You need to increment the tree bonus by earning numbers. When you earn the numbers one, two, three, four, and five, you increment the left tree by one. When you earn each of the numbers six through ten, you increment the right tree by one. To collect the points, you must hit the target above the incremented tree. You can earn one number at a time by hitting the targets up top on the left, or targets on the right.

STAFF

Design by : Ed Krynski
Art by : Roy Parker

PORTS

Consoles:


Sony PlayStation 2 (2006, "Gottlieb Pinball Classics")
Sony PSP (2006, "Gottlieb Pinball Classics")

Others:


Google Play (2013) The Pinball Arcade

SOURCES
Machine's picture.

Page last modified on April 24, 2013