Doctor Who - Time Streams © 1992 Midway Mfg. Co.
Midway WPC (Fliptronics II)
Model Number : 20006
CPU : Motorola M6809 @ 2 MHz
Sound CPU : Motorola M6809 @ 2 MHz
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2151 @ 3.579545 MHz, DAC, HC55516
Doctor Who Time Streams was released in October 1992. 7,752 units were produced.
Based on the classic BBC sci-fi series.
Sylvester McCoy (The Seventh Doctor) provided custom speech for this game.
With the Transmat not fully powered, hit the Transmat target. This will at random show a cow in a doctor-outfit and a 'moo' is sounded.
Date : October 16, 1992
- Initial release to production.
Date : November 10, 1992
- Minor preset adjustment changes for France and Germany.
- Autocycle burn-in now fires popper 20 times to prevent early fatigue, and the mini-playfield will cycle only if coin door is closed and the playfield glass switch is closed.
Designers : Bill Pfutzenreuter (Pfutz), Barry Oursler (BSO)
Programmer : Bill Pfutzenreuter
Mechanical : Zofia Bil (BIL)
Artist : Linda Deal
Music : Jon Hey (HEY)
Sounds : Jon Hey, Paul Heitsch
Dot Custodian : Scott Slomiany (Scott Matrix)
Engineering : Manu Jayswal, Mark Coldebella
Marketing : Roger Sharpe
Model Makers : Jerry Pinsler, Al Cardenas, Art Clafford, Frank Reyes, Mark Johnson
Technical Support : Paul Johnson (P.J.), Butch Ortega, Jose Delgado, Bill Thomson, Wally Roeder, Dick Valosek, Kent Pemberton, Howard Lee, Herb Uher
Publications : Betty Purcell
Special Thanks : Rand Marlis, Ruth Salisbury, Dwight Sullivan, Ted Estes, Pat Lawlor, Brian Eddy, Mark Penacho, John Vogel