RollerCoaster Tycoon Pinball

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RollerCoaster Tycoon Pinball

Manufacturer: Stern
Release Date August 2002

RollerCoaster Tycoon is a 2002 pinball machine produced by Stern.


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The roller coaster theme is prominent throughout the field. The ball rolls on roller coaster track ramps and many other themed obstacles.

The main objective is to open up the rides by shooting them to turn their status light from red to yellow, followed by green. Another objective is to get as many guests in as possible, as they will earn the player bonus points and extra balls.

On the playfield, there are four "roller coasters" (ramps): "The Flying Ghost", "The Flying Turns", "Chicago Loop" and "The Rocket". Other targets include "Scrambled Eggs", "Bumper Cars", a handyman, a maintenance man, the "Dunk the Dummy" side attraction, some stalls and an information kiosk, which will award the player with random bonuses.

Hitting the "Chicago Loop" will lock a ball for multi-ball mode. Once two balls are locked, the player can activate multi-ball by hitting "The Flying Turns". Every ride opened prior to multiball will have a flashing arrow, and hitting one of these will award the player with a jackpot. If all jackpots are collected, "The Rocket" will grant a 1.000.000 points "Super Jackpot" for each hit, as long as multi-ball is still active.

Completing all food stalls will grant an extra ball.

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