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jimdigris on 2018-03-16
Table version : 1.0

great job of my favorite machine, I love the cat sounds, but no so much the music. Also there are a couple of minor colour errors, such as the extra ball light, the score display and the flippers. My real machine has a "mini post" between the flippers in the centre of the "collect bonus" artwork, but this may be uniquie to the LAI machines assembled in Australia. Also the bonus counts down way faster than the real machine. Would you consider doing a version with authentic sounds?

blackhalo on 2017-11-08
Table version : 1.0

One of the best recreations I've seen here! Amazing music and graphics. Thank you.

fuzzi23 on 2017-11-03
Table version : 1.0

Fantastic job! Many thanks Miownkhan. :D

SALTABALLAOS on 2017-11-01
Table version : 1.0

grandisimo trabajo ,gracias

josecabello on 2017-10-31
Table version : 1.0

Buen trabajo ,gracias Laughing

ero on 2017-10-30
Table version : 1.0

Thanks for '70s real pinball table!

LadyScarlett01 on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

merci bien.

segawonderboy on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

Nice Table!

Thanks for sharing

cestmoi on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

Super !!

Grand merci !

police99 on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

Merci!

Nitronimbus on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

Great job mate, really like the music in this one, cheers!Cool

 

cabelosoueu on 2017-10-29
Table version : 1.0

Great table. Thanks for sharing...

Table detail

Dracula 1.0 stats

byMiownkhan
at2017-10-26
TypeRecreation (real pinball)
ManufacturerStern Electronics, Incorporated (1977-1984), Chicago, Illinois, USA
TradenameStern
Date1979-01
IPDB Number728
Tags

Notable Features: Flippers (3), Pop bumpers (3), Passive bumper (1), Slingshots (2), Standup targets (5), Star rollovers (5), 4-bank drop targets (1), 3-bank drop targets (1), Kick-out hole (1), Spinning target (1), Horseshoe lane (1).Design by: Harry WilliamsNotes: Service Bulletin #7A indicates this game uses the same ROMs as Stern's 1978 'Wild Fyre'.

This game was also manufactured in Australia under license as LAI's 1979 'Dracula'.

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