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DINER (Williams,1990)

Diner is a pinball machine released by Williams Electronics in 1990. It is considered one of the most popular and unique pinball machines of its time, and for good reason. Here are some of the features that make Diner special:

Diner has a fun and playful theme that is centered around a 1950s-style diner. The machine features bright and colorful graphics of waitresses, chefs, and customers enjoying their meals. The music and sound effects also add to the retro atmosphere.

The playfield of Diner is unlike any other pinball machine. It has a mini playfield that is located in the center of the main playfield. This mini playfield features a spinning disc that the ball can ride on, and a magnet that can grab the ball and hold it in place. The main playfield also features a ramp that sends the ball flying into the air, and a saucer that the ball can enter to activate different modes.

Diner has a unique multiball mode that involves collecting food items. When the player collects all six food items, they can start a three-ball multiball mode, where the objective is to hit specific targets to score big points.

Diner has a mini game called the Diner Challenge, which can be activated by hitting certain targets on the playfield. The Diner Challenge is a simple but addictive game where the player must hit targets to spell out the word "DINER" and score points.

Diner is a pinball machine that is beloved by players and collectors alike. Its unique theme, playfield, and features make it a standout machine that is both fun and challenging to play.

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