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A true classic! It's usually listed among the top 5 "most wanted" machines.
But Bobby Orr in a Blackhawks jersey??? Well, Bally machines are from Chicago, and that's where Orr ended up playing, so they created a great machine for their "local boy".
This one was created by Greg Kmiec with artwork by Dave Christensen. This was the first solid state game to feature Christensen's artwork and first solid state game with an up-post feature.
Bally Power Play has several features that make it an exciting game to play:
Kick-Out Hole at the top of the Playfield that progressively builds up a high point value, advances bonus, and lights Out-Lanes for Special.
Additional "Slap-Shot" flippers along the side in the middle of the Playfield that give the player a direct shot at the Drop Target banks, and can be used to slap a lower flipper shot up to the top of the Playfield.
Two banks of Drop Targets that add skill shots to the game. Making a bank of Drop Targets scores 3000 points, three bonus advances, advances Bonus Multiplier, and eventually will score an Extra Ball and Special too.
Power Play has a Play-More Post that will pop up between the Flippers and assist in saving balls that normally would have drained down the middle.
POP BUMPERS & TARGET
A Target skill shot that raises the post and gives a bonus advance.
Three strong Pop Bumpers that add a lot of action when the ball is in the upper Playfield area.
Each ball can accumulate up to 29000 points as bonus, not counting possible multipliers (2x, 3x, and 5x) for up to a maximum 145000 points, collected when the ball drains. You'll find plenty of places to collect bonus advances.