This is a Bally table

Captain B. Zarre

New member
Apr 16, 2013
2,253
0
Just wanted to mention that this is a table released under the Bally name and not a Williams machine. It should be moved to the correct section.
 

Dedpop

Active member
Jun 3, 2014
4,284
0
Of course it is...I must of missed that it had Williams on it. Must be some legal bs

In 1988, Williams acquired Bally Midway Manufacturing Company, which was the result of a 1981 merger between Bally's pinball division and Bally's video game company Midway Manufacturing.
For over a decade, the company was known in the industry as Williams-Bally-Midway.
Williams also continued to sell pinball machines (under the Williams and Bally brand names).
 

Zaphod77

Active member
Feb 14, 2013
1,320
2
This table still has the bally flipper mechs, same as elvira and dude. its'a Bally. move it to the right section. :)
 

Richard B

New member
Apr 7, 2012
1,868
0
In 1988, Williams acquired Bally Midway Manufacturing Company, which was the result of a 1981 merger between Bally's pinball division and Bally's video game company Midway Manufacturing.
For over a decade, the company was known in the industry as Williams-Bally-Midway.
Williams also continued to sell pinball machines (under the Williams and Bally brand names).
It's determined by what's on the machine (which is why TZ and others, released after the merger, are still considered Ballys) not what goes on behind the scenes.
 

Bowflex

New member
Feb 21, 2012
2,287
1
It's a midway! :p actually it is classified under Bally on the game screen of tpa (as it should since Bally is all over the cabinet and backbox)
 

Gorgar

Active member
Mar 31, 2012
1,332
8
Hooray!!! It's fixed!!! This was seriously ruining my forum experience. I am a bit OCD. :p
 
Top