Production: 14,000 units
Released: December, 1979
‘Gorgar’ was the first talking pinball machine commercially released and had a vocabulary of seven words. ‘Gorgar’ also had a heart beat sound that would speed up during longer game play.
For several Williams games (especially before 1987), Speech Processing was a separate task than Software Programming and may have been done by a different person than whom we list as having done the Software. Paul Dussault did the Speech Processing for this game.
Compare Gorgar’s physical stance as depicted on the lower playfield with the 1978 artwork, In the Underworld, by Boris Vallejo.
SOURCE: Internet Pinball Database