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Attack From Mars was designed by Brian Eddy, who also designed Medieval Madness and programmed the software for tables such as Funhouse and The Machine: Bride of Pin*Bot. Martians are attacking Earth and its the players job to defend it. With its open playfield and easy to understand rules, this table is a blast to play. Features include a moving flying saucer in the middle of the playfield, dancing Martians and a functioning strobe light.

Genie is considered by many to be the best wide-body table of its era and possibly of all-time, a true Gottlieb classic that is very addictive. This table was designed with well thought-out objectives and features five flippers. Two flippers in the upper left corner create a mini playfield. The key to scoring is to build up the bonus and multiplier as much as possible for each ball.

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