No Good Gofers Pinball Machine for Sale
Buy No Good Gofers pinball machine for Sale was Pat Lawlor’s final design for Williams before their eventual closing in 1999. The game revolves around Buzz and Bud, two gofers who are reaking havoc on any and all golfers playing on their “turf”. The gofers “pop-up” during gameplay to taunt the player, as well as provide entry ways to locks.
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No Good Gofers also has a “slam-ramp” feature which if used correctly, will award the player a “hole-in-one” shot. Performing this is tricky, as the ball must travel off the ramp, into the air, and into a very small hole located on the game’s upper playfield. The “hole-in-one” shot is often called one of the greatest shots in pinball history.
No Good Gofers is renowned as having the best and most innovative single shot in all of pinball – the hole in one shot, where a ramp comes down on to the playfield and you have to launch the ball into the air and into a hole at the back of the playfield!
- Two Pop-Up Gophers – The game’s two antagonists – Buzz and Bud hide beneath the playfield, popping up to taunt the player and try to block your shots. Hit them directly to pay them back.
- Slam Ramp – This one-of-a-kind ramp shot slams to the playfield allowing you to take your shots airbourne, and onto a special elevated playfield for hard-to-reach shots.
- Hole In One – Often called the most satisfying shot in pinball history. A well aimed shot up the slam ramp will sink the ball into the hole-in-one, leading to enormous point rewards.
- Golf Ball Spinning Disc – Claim several different rewards from this spinning golf ball on the playfield, that also changes your ball’s course as it rolls over.
- 3 Flippers, 3 Pop Bumpers, 3 Ramps, 2 Slingshots, 2 Spinning Targets
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