One of the things that we are proudest of at the Pennsylvania Coin Operated Gaming Hall of Fame and Museum is that we are going to have some of the rarest games available for enthusiasts and casual fans alike to give a try.
The jewel of our collection is a game that is the rarest of the rare – Williams Electronics game THUNDERBALL. Compared to a lot of other games, this doesn’t look like such a big deal. In fact, it really wasn’t. According to the Internet Pinball Database, this machine never actually got into production. In fact, it was a prototype that only had 10 machines total manufactured. With our best snooping that we’ve been able to do (which is by no means official and, ultimately, has been a few Google searches), we believe there are only 4 left in existence.
One of them will be on display at the Pennsylvania Coin Operated Gaming Hall of Fame and Museum. For so many enthusiasts, this game has long been a mythical machine that few have seen and even less have played. When we open this spring, you will have your chance to do both!
So make your plans today and be part of the fun this spring when the Pennsylvania Coin Operated Gaming Hall of Fame and Museum opens.