Jig Saw

The Pinball by Rock-Ola Mfg. Corp.

DESCRIPTION

Not emulated in MAME [COIN-OP] Pinball

Jig Saw © 1933 Rock-Ola Mfg. Corp.


The game rewarded its players for well aimed shots. With 10 balls the player is challenged to shoot for the right holes that push long piano wires that flip- up parts of a colorful jig saw puzzle picture of the Chicago 'Century of Progress' World's Fair of 1933. Most good players can do it with just 5 or 6 balls.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Jig Saw the  Pinball
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TRIVIA

Released in August 1933. They built over 70,000 machines and its reported that only around 125 machines have survied all these years.

STAFF

Designed by : David C. Rockola

SOURCES
Machine's picture.
Collector's Guide to Vintage Coin Machines - Richard M. Bueschel - Page 95
The Coin Machine Journal - January 1940 issue

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