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Lost World

Lost World was released in August of 1978. It was designed by Gary Gayton. The art work was done by Paul Faris (who later did Paragon).

This is a simple one ball game with a goal of hitting the A-B-C-D-E-F targets over and over again. There are a few other features on the playfield to add interest, including 3 pop bumpers, 2 kickouts, a captive ball and a spinner.

Lost World holds several "first time ever in pinball" features. It was the first to use the second generation curcuit board, it was the forst pinball machine to use electronic sounds and the first to use a "photographic" backglass. A very historic pin.

 

   
     

Credits Card
  Information from the Internet Pinball Database

Lost World / IPD No. 1476 / February 10, 1977 / 4 Players

Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983)
[Trade Name: Bally]
Project Date: February 10, 1977
Date Of Manufacture: August, 1978
Model Number: 1119-E
MPU: Bally MPU AS-2518-35
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
Production: 10,330 units (confirmed)
Theme: Fantasy
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Kick-out holes (2), Rollunder spinner (1), Messenger ball (1)

     
         
  Lost World Flyer
Front
  An instruction card can be found at
Ken's Instruction Cards
 
 
300 DPI
(Very Large Files)
     

 

The Flip Flags in the upper right of the playfield are pretty cool.

  Pictures-      
playfield lower playfield upper playfield backglass
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