The Machine: Bride of Pin·Bot (1991)

Bride of Pin•Bot was designed by Python Anghelo and John Trudeau, and launched in 1991. The game features a robotic bride character called The Machine, and players progress by activating her vocal circuits and eyes, and eventually bring her to life.

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Williams Electronics' Bride of Pin•Bot (or to give it its full name, The Machine: Bride of Pin•Bot) was designed by Python Anghelo and John Trudeau, and launched in 1991. The game features a robotic bride character called The Machine, and players progress by activating her vocal circuits and eyes, and eventually bring her to life.

The game is the second in the Pin•Bot trilogy of tables and over 8,000 units of this table were made.

Digital Versions​


Bride of Pin•Bot first appeared on Farsight's The Pinball Arcade as part of the games very first DLC pack in April 2012. It was available until 2018, when Farsight lost the rights to the Williams tables. It was added as part of Zen's Pinball FX in the summer of 2022.

The game was purportedly the inspiration for the table, Beat Box, on the classic digital pinball game, Pinball Dreams.

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