Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a 1993 pinball released by Williams. It was based on the 1992 Dracula movie. The game was characterized by its unusual blood-red DMD display (most other games at the time used orange for their color) as well as a “Multi-Multi-Ball” mode, where up to three different multiball variations could be active at the same time, with each successive active mode providing a jackpot multiplier of up to 3x.
It also featured a unique variation on the usual multiball mode known as “Mist Multiball,” where a magnet would drag a pinball across the playfield and the player would be required to knock it loose from the magnet’s grasp to start the mode.
The PinballPT guys Worked on the pinball decals and the machine became so much more interesting!
They applied their own decals on the cabinet, both inside and out. See for yourself:
The inside decals, available for purchase
Williams Bram Stocker’s Dracula Cabinet Decals Restauration done!
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Another challenge for the PinballPT guys! This is Bally’s Safecracker Pinball. Safecracker is a pinball machine with a safecracking theme, designed by Pat Lawlor, and distributed by Midway (under the Bally label). It was created in 1996. About 1148 were manufactured.
This is quite a different machine then common pinballs, it’s much smaller and you don’t play for most points with 3 balls, instead you play for money (dollars), time and tokens.
As long as you have a time credit the game is on…. the game continues to give you new balls. when time is up, you lose the ball and it’s ‘sudden death’. When you win tokens, the machine literally spits them out onto the playfield glass and you can reuse them for another game.
Cabinet Decals SafeCracker
- they made their own cabinet decals for the restoration of Bally Safecracker machine. For more information about them, please email at email@example.com
They also made some SafeCracker Toppers as the machine was missing one. They made them out of PVC, which is as light but much sturdier than the original carton one.
So, New Legs, New Decals, New T-Molding, Playfield completely disassembled, cleaned and polished Plastics, ramps and toys carefully cleaned and repolished for shine, New flipper kit (of course), new lamp kit, new rubber kit, Cabinet and backbox completely disassembled and restored for dents and scratches inside and outside before new decals were applied and Electronics repaired, all functions 100% working.
Awesome work guys! Bally’s Safecracker pinball
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