Hot on the heels of our two earlier reports on the creation of the American Pinball company and the unveiling of their first production title, we now have some playfield pictures from the Houdini: Master Mystery game.
The game is being shown on stand 4105 at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) show in Las Vegas. This is the stand for Gigabyte who make motherboards and small form factor (SFF) PCs - just the sort of systems you might use to drive a modern pinball machine.
The $6,995 game features two flipper buttons on each side with the second button to operate a Spirit Save MagnaSave-style feature, a pop-up bumper, a water tank on the playfield, and a 15" colour LCD display on the back panel.
We don't believe the game is flippable at the Gigabyte stand, but it appears to be used to show the state of the progress so far and the overall capabilities of the control system.
We'll have more from American Pinball and their Houdini: Master Mystery game soon.
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