Baffle Ball — Gottlieb (1931)


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Baffle Ball captured the small change of so many Americans during the depression that it became a national pastime. Named for the pins that the player uses to strategically maneuver the ball, this "pinball" game consists of four high scoring holes and, along the bottom of the table, a row of low scoring pockets.

Oh, and it didn't have any flippers.

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