Williams White Water Pinball Vintage from 1993
Williams White Water Pinball Machine – Vintage from 1993. Williams White Water Pinball -Vintage from 1993. It plays and functions perfectly. The local pinball machine repairman looked at this machine after repairing an older machine and said it looks right out of the box almost new. Easily 9/10 or 9.5/10 for condition. I will work with shipper to carefully disassemble and load the machine. My wife has a different vision for our refinished basement and does not fully appreciate the entertainment value of a pinball machine. I have decided to sell this machine. Thank you for the message pointing this out. White Water Pinball Machine. White Water is a 1993 pinball game designed by Dennis Nordman and released by Williams. The theme is based on white water rafting, which is reflected in the game’s’wild’ ramps and very fast game-play. White Water is a non-licensed pinball machine with a primary objective of moving your raft down the river to “Wet Willy’s” in order to get the Vacation Jackpot. ” You move your raft down the river by shooting the flashing “Hazard shots, each with a unique rafting theme name. Each time you complete a raft, the number of “Hazard” shots you must hit successfully to complete the next raft increases. It takes eight completed rafts to advance to Wet Willy’s. ” Successfully completing “Wet Willy’s” enables the player to attempt the collection of the “Vacation Jackpot. There are subsequent objectives in the game, which include. Multiball: To start multiball, light the lockball shot by hitting the “Lite” and “Lock” targets and then successfully shooting the ball in the ball lock, also called the “No Way Out” Hazard; doing this 3 times will start multiball. Whirlpool: Completing the “Whirlpool” shot will activate one of six awards or modes, which is determined by what islit when the “Whirlpool” shot is hit. To light the “Whirlpool”, thus making the shot active, successfully hit the “Insanity Falls” shot. After hitting the “Insanity Falls “shot, you will know the “Whirlpool” is active when the red light above the shot is lit. One of the six awards or modes starts when the Whirlpools hot, also called “Bigfoot Bluff”, is successfully completed. Big Foot Hotfoot: There are two “Hotfoot” targets in the middle of the playfield. Hitting both targets comprises a complete “Hotfoot”, and the “Hot foot” targets are reset. Depending on the machine settings, successfully completing the specified number of “Hotfoot” targets starts the “Bigfoot Hotfoot” mode which allows the player to get successive Bigfoot Jackpots. Lost Mine: Hitting the ball in the “Lost Mine” shot awards an item needed to start the “Gold Rush “multiball. There are three items that must be collected to start this multiball, a flashlight, a map, and a key; and these items can be collected through either the “Lost Mine” or the Bigfoot Hotfoot. “Once all three items have been collected, successfully hitting the “Lost Mine” shot starts the “Gold Rush multiball. Welcome to Wet Willie’s! Manufactured by: Williams Electronic Games, Inc. Generation: Williams WPC (Fliptronics 2). Release: 7,008 produced. Display type: Dot Matrix. Game Design: Dennis Nordman. The Internet Pinball Database. I cannot make this correction to the listing. The item “Williams White Water Pinball Vintage from 1993″ is in sale since Sunday, November 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “helpmesimplifymylife” and is located in Washington, District Of Columbia. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Brand: Williams
- Year: 1993