Airborne © 1996 Capcom Coin-Op, Incorporated.
Airborne was released in March 1996. 1,350 units were produced.
* The up/down ramp opto will now remain active after game over. This will allow the game to clear any balls that may be under the ramp without having to wait for ball search.
* Added language translations for German, Dutch, French, and Spanish.
* The up/down ramp 1 second activation delay has been removed. When a ball is read
by the ramp opto it will immediately raise.
* The left ramp jackpot lamp is no longer blinked when multiple ramp shots are being made.
* The initial high score to date table and replay level scores are automatically increased when the game is changed from a 3 ball game to a 5 ball game.
* Outlane gate diverter coil control adjusted for cooler operation.
* Replay score factory default setting has been lowered from 100 million to 75 million.
* Performing a factory reset now sets volume level to 8.
* Replay bump factory default setting lowered from 10 million to 1 million.
* Replay minimum factory default setting lowered from 60 million to 1 million.
Design : Claude Fernandez, Danman, Jeffrey Marshman
Art : Hugh Van Zanten (HUG), Paul Mazur (PWM)
Software : Dan Markham, Bill Pfutzenreuter (Pfutz), Tony DeFeo (TND), Samuel Zehr (SAM), Jeffi Marshall
Dot Dude : Kevin Loza (KEV)
Music and Sounds : Chris Granner (CG)
Speech : Chris Granner, Manny De La Torriente, Jeff Powell (JEF), Claude Fernandez, Frank Lowney, Elizabeth Stroll, Allison Stroll (Alicat), Mark Ritchie, Bryan Friedman
Mechanics : Bob Petzke, Grace Sierakowski, Dan Molter
Model Shop : Steve Coldebella, Bill Kinahan
Double E Rodz : Greg Topel, Steve Milewski
Board Dudes : Pietro Piore, Mike Smyczynski
Special Thanks : Samuel Zehr, Python Anghelo, Mark Ritchie, Wally Welch, Kitten Frimel, Steve Ritschdorf, Frank Lowney, Pat, Mar, Shell, Swear, Briman, Kev, Nat, Megan, Stephanie, Reiko, Kitties, Scott Pikulski
See goodies section.