Embryon [No. 1222]

The Pinball by Bally Mfg. Co.

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[COIN-OP] Pinball

Embryon © 1981 Bally.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Embryon [No. 1222] the  Pinball
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Bally MPU AS-2518-35 (Squawk and Talk)
Model Number : 1222

Main CPU : M6800 (@ 475 KHz)
Sound CPU : M6802 (@ 895 KHz)
Sound chips : General Instrument AY8910 (@ 895 KHz), DAC, Texas Instruments TMS5220 (@ 640 KHz)

TRIVIA

Released in June 1981, Embryon was the first Bally game to feature artwork by Tony Ramunni, and the first (and last) game from this company to use the trademarked 'Flipsave' ball saving feature - a small flipper inside the right out-lane used by players to flip lost balls back into the return lane.

2,250 units were produced.

The development of this game took 10 months.

STAFF

Design by : George Christian
Art by : Tony Ramunni

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Machine's picture (bossyman15)

Page last modified on September 27, 2011