Terminator 2 - Judgment Day © 1991 Williams Electronics Games, Incorporated.
Williams WPC (Dot Matrix)
Model Number : 50013
Main CPU : Motorola M6809 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound CPU : Motorola M6809 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2151 (@ 3.579545 Mhz), DAC, HC55516
First Williams standard pinball game 'designed' to use a 'standard' Dot Matrix Display (DMD), although Midway's 1991 'Gilligan's Island' was the first standard pinball game to be manufactured with a DMD because the T2 design cycle took longer to complete.
15,202 units were produced.
First pinball machine with a cannon-launcher (player 'shoots' captured pinball at targets).
Most of the tunes used in the pinball game, are used in the Arcade shooter of the same name.
Bow Wow, a popular rapper, has owned this pinball machine in his old house in Atlanta, Georgia. It can be seen in his episode on 'MTV Cribs'.
There are profanity ROMs available, but they are only for home use.
Designer : Steve Ritchie
Artwork : Doug Watson
Software : Dwight Sullivan (XAQ)
Video F/X : John Vogel
Mechanics : Carl Biagi
Music & Sounds : Chris Granner
Cabling : Paul Johnson (PJ)
CAD Mech : Butch Ortega
Electrons : Manu Jayswal
Manual : Karen Trybula
Marketing : Roger Sharpe, Rebecca Ellis
Sales : Joe Dillon, Lesley Ross
Special Thanks : Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd, Mario Kassar, Larry Kasanoff, Van Ling, Robert Patrick, Carolco Pictures, Danny Simon, Lisa Lockhart, Pamela Harris, Leslie Buhler, Benita Karroll, Lee Orloff, Ed Marsh, Jerry Pinsler, Bill Pfutzenreuter (Pfutz), Ken Fedesna, Larry DeMar (LED), Pat Lawlor, Nick Miku, Joe Pratt, Jose Delgado, Wally Roeder, Jim Patla, Mark Coldebella, Anna Arrigo