Super Ball

Coin-op Bowler published 38 years ago by FAB Electronics, Inc.

Not emulated yet.


Super Ball © 1980 FAB Electronics Co., Inc.

Early version solid-state skee ball alley arcade redemption game. A skill game. Player must use their skills to score lots of tickets.


first(?) solid state system using tiny light bulbs to light up segments of digital displays and discrete electronic sounds (no chimes)


This is a variant of the Fab-U-Ball series.

Possibly the world's first solid-state skee ball machine. In early release, the double-stacked beacon may had a rotating light at the top and a strobe light at the bottom (unconfirmed). A complaint was filed that forced to send an update kit to use only a large light bulb.

The game was based on a game featured in a popular TV game show "The Price is Right" (1980-1989).


Early games only had 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 score holes in a game of 9 balls. Tickets are paid depending on the player's score. Solid state made it possible for the operator to adjust the payout. The game beeps on standard scores and plays a UFO sound effect when it pays out the first ticket. Winner light comes on while the first ticket is dispensed.