Bally Pinball machines (1962-1999)

A list by Pinhead

All pinballs manufactured by Bally, later a subdivision of Williams, Bally-Midway

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  1. Shoot-A-Line, 1962, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  2. Fun Spot '63, 1962, 1 player
  3. Golden Gate, 1962, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  4. Twist, 1962, 1 player
  5. Silver Sails, 1962, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  6. Shoot-A-Line, 1962, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  7. Spinner, 1962, 1 player
  8. Bongo, 1963, 2 players
  9. Cross Country, 1963, 1 player
  10. Moon Shot, 1963, 1 player
    Stop-Motion Backglass (rocket flies to the moon)
  11. Cue-Tease, 1963, 2 players
  12. From here on the machines on this list are 4-player games unless stated otherwise.
  13. Three-In-Line, 1963
  14. Bounty, 1963, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  15. Hootenanny, 1963, 1 player
  16. Star-Jet, 1963, 2 players
  17. Monte Carlo, 1963, 1 player
  18. Mad World, 1964, 2 players
  19. Sky Divers, 1964, 1 player
  20. 2 in 1, 1964, 2 players
  21. Big Day, 1964
  22. Grand Tour, 1964, 1 player
  23. Happy Tour, 1964, 1 player
  24. Harvest, 1964, 1 player
  25. Bus Stop, 1964, 2 players
  26. Hay-Ride, 1964, 1 player
    `Hayride' is the add-a-ball version of `Harvest'
  27. Sheba, 1964, 2 players
  28. Band Wagon, 1965
  29. Border Beauty, 1965, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  30. Magic Circle, 1965, 1 player
  31. 50/50, 1965, 2 players
  32. Beauty Beach, 1965, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  33. Aces High, 1965
  34. Discotek, 1965, 2 players
  35. Magic Clock, 1965, 1 player
  36. Trio, 1965, 1 player
  37. Blue Ribbon, 1965
  38. Six Sticks, 1965, 6 players
    'Six Sticks' was the first six player pinball machine
  39. Follies Bergeries, 1965, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  40. Fun Cruise, 1965, 1 player
  41. Gay Cruise, 1965, 1 player
  42. Wild Wheels, 1965, 2 players
  43. Bullfight, 1965, 1 player
  44. Bulls Eye, 1965, 1 player
    Plunger shot circling top left playfield into one of 4 midfield rollover lanes
  45. Loop the Loop, 1965, 2 players
  46. Bahama Beach, 1966, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  47. Campus Queen, 1966
  48. Gold Rush, 1966, 1 player
    Backbox animation
  49. Bazaar, 1966, 1 player
    'Bazaar' was the first machine to use Zipper Flippers - invented by Ted Zale.
  50. Deluxe Fun Cruise, 1966, 1 player
  51. Six Shooter, 1966, 6 players
  52. Zodiac, 1966, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  53. Capersville, 1966
    'Capersville' was the first machine to feature 3 ball multiball play.
  54. Safari, 1966, 2 players
  55. Monkey Bash, 1967, 1 player
  56. Rocket III, 1967, 1 player
  57. Heat Wave, 1967
  58. Orient, 1967, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  59. Wiggler, 1967
  60. Surfers, 1967, 1 player
  61. World Cup, 1967, 1 player
  62. Boot-A-Ball, 1967, 1 player
  63. Dogies, 1967
  64. Dixieland, 1967, 1 player
  65. Rock Makers, 1967
  66. Big Wheel, 1968, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  67. Mini-Zag, 1968, 1 player
  68. Joker, 1968
    Bingo Machine
  69. Op-Pop-Pop, 1968, 1 player
  70. Cosmos, 1968
  71. Alligator, 1968, 1 player
    Alligator' is the German model of 'Gator'
  72. Gator, 1968
  73. Magic Ring, 1968, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  74. On Beam, 1968, 1 player
  75. Venice, 1968, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  76. Joust, 1968, 2 players
  77. London, 1969, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  78. Bally Hoo, 1969
  79. King Rex, 1969, 1 player
  80. King Tut, 1969, 1 player
  81. Apollo Ball, 1969, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  82. Camelot, 1969
  83. Galahad, 1969, 2 players
  84. Safari, 1969, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  85. Bowl-O, 1969, 1 player
  86. Ten Pin, 1969, 1 player
  87. Zip-A-Doo, 1969, 2 players
  88. See Saw, 1970
  89. Trail Drive, 1970, 1 player
  90. Big Valley, 1970
  91. Vampire, 1970, 2 players
  92. Wild Joker, 1970, 1 player
    Bingo style poker novelty card game
  93. 4 Queens, 1970, 1 player
  94. Lucky 7, 1970, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  95. Super 7, 1970, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  96. Firecracker, 1970
  97. Skyrocket, 1970, 2 players
  98. Expressway, 1970, 1 player
  99. Double-Up, 1970, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  100. Four Million B.C., 1970
  101. Bonus-7, 1970, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  102. El Toro, 1970, 1 player
  103. Time Tunnel, 1971
    'Time Tunnel is the four player version of 'Time Zone'
  104. Hole In One, 1971, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  105. Red Max, 1971, 1 player
  106. Stock Market, 1971, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  107. Twin Win, 1971, 2 players
  108. Round Up, 1971, 2 players
  109. Fireball, 1971
    Fireball' was the first machine to use a Whirlwind Spinner and sold for $895.
  110. Odds & Evens, 1971, 1 player
    'Odds & Evens' was the single player version of 'Monte Carlo'
  111. Little Joe, 1971
  112. Mariner, 1971
  113. Sea Ray, 1971, 2 players
  114. Ticker Tape, 1972, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  115. Time Zone, 1972, 2 players
    'Time Zone' is the two player version of 'Space Time'
  116. Nip-It, 1972
    An alligator unit called a 'Balligator' in some of the Bally publicity was activated by a separate button on the side of the cabinet and could pull the ball into a special high-scoring area'Nip-It' was the last machine to feature 'zipper flippers'
  117. Fore, 1972, 1 player
  118. Space Time, 1972
    'Space Time' is the four player version of 'Time Zone'
  119. Twin Joker, 1972, 2 players
  120. Monte Carlo, 1972
    'Monte Carlo' was the four player version of 'Odds and Evens'
  121. Hawaii, 1973, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  122. Circus, 1973
  123. Hi-Lo Ace, 1973, 1 player
  124. Big Show, 1973, 2 players
  125. Champ, 1973
  126. Amigo, 1973
  127. Bali-Hi, 1973
  128. Delta Queen, 1973, 1 player
  129. Sky Kings, 1973, 1 player
  130. Ro Go, 1973
  131. Relay, 1974
    Never mass produced
  132. Wall Street, 1974, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  133. Flicker, 1974, 2 players
  134. Bon Voyage, 1974, 1 player
  135. Boomerang, 1974
    A digital prototype of 'Boomerang' was Bally's first digital pinball game
  136. Golden Gate 75, 1974, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  137. Air Aces, 1974
  138. Challenger, 1974, 2 players
  139. Bali, 1974, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  140. Slap Stick, 1974, 1 player
  141. Knockout, 1974, 2 players
  142. Wizard, 1974
  143. Tahiti, 1974, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  144. Bow and Arrow, 1974
  145. Flip Flop, 1974, 1 player
  146. Miss America '75, 1974, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  147. Old Chicago, 1975
  148. Hi-Deal, 1975, 1 player
  149. Hokus Pokus, 1975, 1 player
  150. Kick Off, 1975
  151. Quarterback, 1975, 2 players
  152. Mystic Gate, 1975, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  153. Miss Universe, 1975, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  154. Aladdin's Castle, 1975, 2 players
  155. Blue Chip, 1975, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  156. Capt. Fantastic, 1975
  157. Freedom, 1975
    Freedom was the first digital Bally game and was produced in both mechanical and electronic versions.
  158. Night Rider, 1976
  159. Bull Mark, 1976, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  160. Hang Glider, 1976
  161. Bonanza, 1976, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  162. Black Jack, 1976, 2 players
  163. Evel Knievel, 1976
    'Evel Knievel' was produced in both electronic and electromechanical versions
  164. Mata Hari, 1976
    'Mata Hari' was produced in both electronic and electromechanical versions
  165. Miss America Supreme, 1976, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  166. Star Ship, 1976, 2 players
    Last electromechanical game produced by Bally
  167. Miss America Deluxe, 1977, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  168. High Flyer, 1977, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  169. Eight Ball (EB), 1977
  170. Galaxy, 1978, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  171. Power Play, 1978
  172. Skateball, 1978
  173. Strikes and Spares, 1978
  174. Lost World, 1978
    'Lost World' was the first machine to use a photographic backglass
  175. Nashville, 1978, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  176. The Six Million Dollar Man, 1978, 6 players
  177. Playboy, 1978
  178. Miss America Deluxe, 1979, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  179. Tahiti, 1979, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  180. Voltan Escapes Cosmic Doom, 1979
  181. Supersonic, 1979
  182. Star Trek, 1979
  183. Kiss, 1979
    A 'Kiss' prototype was built which used speech
  184. Paragon, 1979
  185. Harlem Globetrotters On Tour, 1979
  186. Malibu Beach, 1979, 1 player
  187. Dolly Parton, 1979
  188. Future Spa, 1979
  189. Nitro Ground Shaker, 1979
  190. Dixieland, 1980, 1 player
    Bingo Machine
  191. Silverball Mania, 1980
  192. Space Invaders, 1980
  193. Rolling Stones, 1980
  194. Hotdoggin', 1980
    Wide-Body Machine
  195. Mystic, 1980
  196. Viking, 1980
  197. Frontier, 1980
  198. Skateball, 1980
  199. Xenon, 1980
  200. Flash Gordon, 1981
  201. Eight Ball Deluxe (8BD, EBD), 1981
  202. Embryon, 1981
  203. Fireball II, 1981
  204. Rapid Fire, 1981
  205. Fathom, 1981
  206. Centaur, 1981
    Multiball(5) - All 5 multiballs launched during 'attract mode'
  207. Medusa, 1981
  208. Elektra, 1981
    Three Levels
  209. Vector, 1982
  210. Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man, 1982
  211. Speakeasy (prototype), 1982, 1 player
  212. Speakeasy (initial release), 1982, 2 players
  213. Speakeasy (revised release), 1982
  214. Spectrum, 1982
  215. Baby Pac-Man, 1982, 2 players
    `Baby Pac-Man' was a combinatio


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