Harbor Lites [Model 113]

The Pinball by Gottlieb & Co.

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[COIN-OP] Pinball

Harbor Lites © 1956 Gottlieb.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Model Number : 113

TRIVIA

Released in February 1956, Harbor Lites was the first Gottlieb single player game to have a metal apron (score card holder), although the ball shooter gauge was still red plastic. Also, this game introduced the 'center score' target, a bullseye target allowing separate rewards for hitting the target center versus its outside ring.

1,500 units were produced.

STAFF

Design by : Wayne Neyens
Art by : Roy Parker

SOURCES
Billboard Ad.

Page last modified on April 21, 2010