Year: 1990

Manufacturer: Williams Electronics, Inc.

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Funhouse Pinball Machine

The premise of Fun House is that Rudy has come to life and taken over the carnival. The game’s playfield is Rudy’s lair, the funhouse of the carnival is painted with a wild color scheme dominated by reds, yellows and blues. An elaborate clock is painted in the middle of this playfield.

The object of the game is to put Rudy to sleep by scoring points to push the hands of this clock forward.

This is no mean feat, as the player has to deal with Rudy the entire game. In fact, his giant head sits at the back of the playfield, watching the game with roving eyes.

That talking wooden mug taunts players when they make mistakes and gets angry when they do well. For instance, any time a player makes the clock’s hands move a notch closer to midnight, Rudy would shout, “Stay away from my clock!” As a sweet revenge, players does have the option of getting back at Rudy by hitting him with the pinball or shooting it into his mouth while he was talking (a tricky shot, but one worth 250,000 points).

New cabinet art, new playfield, new plastics, new ramps, new display, upgraded to LEDs.

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