Our Games

With 150+ games to draw from, The Pinball Asylum has one of the largest permanent playable collections on the East Coast of the United States.  With the opening of our Asylum “BIG EXPANSION” in June 2017, The Pinball Asylum now has an average of 80-100 games set-up to play at all events.  You will find quite a few RARE pinball machines below, as The Asylum prides itself on presenting a unique selection.

Here is a small sampling of games you will find at The Pinball Asylum (subject to change without notice):

World Poker Tour (Stern, 2006)
Taxi (Williams, 1988)
Tri-Zone (Williams, 1979)
The Machine: Bride Of Pin-bot (Williams, 1991)
High Speed (Williams, 1986)
Contact (Williams, 1978)
Sopranos (Stern, 2005)
Liberty Bell (Williams, 1977)
Target Alpha (Gottlieb, 1976)
Batman Forever (Sega, 1995)
Mata Hari (Bally, 1977)
Flash (Williams, 1979)
Aerosmith PRO (Stern, 2017)
Star Trek (Data East, 1991)
The Getaway: Highspeed II (William, 1992)
Scared Stiff (Bally, 1996)
Time Fantasy (Williams, 1983)                                  Only 608 produced.
Voltan Escapes Cosmic Doom (Bally, 1978)              Only 365 produced.
Black Knight (Williams, 1980)
Johnny Mnemonic (Williams, 1995)
Black Sheep Squadron (Astro, 1977)                        Rare, unknown production.
Spooky (Zaccaria, 1987)                      Italian-made game, never imported to US market.
Fan-Tas-Tic (Williams, 1972)
Lectronamo (Stern, 1978)
Lord of The Rings LE (Stern, 2009)
Haunted House (Gottlieb, 1982)
Algar (Williams, 1980)                                                  Only 349 produced.
Attack From Mars (Williams, 1995)
Demolition Man (Williams, 1994)
Fish Tales (Williams, 1992)
Time Machine (Zaccaria, 1983)
F14 Tomcat (Williams, 1987)
Soccer Kings (Zaccaria, 1982)
Space Invaders (Bally, 1979)
Eight Ball Deluxe (Bally, 1984)
Pokerino (Williams, 1978)
Cyclopes (Game Plan, 1985)                                         Only 400 produced.
Gorgar (Williams, 1979)
Dipsy Doodle (Williams, 1970)
Counter Force (Gottlieb, 1980)
Zankor (Zacarria, 1986)                        Italian-made game, never imported to US market.
Robot (Zacarria, 1985)
World Fair (Gottlieb, 1964)
Flipper Football (Capcom, 1996)
Air Aces (Bally, 1975)
Amazing Spider-Man (Gottlieb, 1980)
Elektra (Bally, 1981)
Odds & Evens (Bally, 1973)
Farfalla (Zaccaria, 1983)
Stingray (Stern, 1977)                                       Rare, two-player version.
See Saw (Bally, 1970)
Eclipse (Gottlieb, 1982)                                      Only 193 produced.
Space Riders (Atari, 1978)
Evel Knievel (Bally, 1977)
Popeye Saves The Earth (Williams, 1994)
Charlie’s Angels (Gottlieb, 1978)
Strikes and Spares (Bally, 1978)
Universe (Zaccaria, 1977)
Gamatron (PinStar, 1985)
Circus (Zaccarria, 1977)
Bon Voyage (Bally, 1974)
Kiss (Bally, 1978)
Viper (Stern, 1981)                                        Only 438 produced.
Superman (Atari, 1979)
Combat (Zaccaria, 1977)
Joust (Williams, 1983)                             Head-to-Head Pinball, Only 402 produced.
Mars Trek (Sonic, 1977)
Dragon (Interflip, 1977)
Congo (Williams, 1995)
Paragon (Bally, 1978)
Cherry Bell (Sonic, 1978)
Future Spa (Bally, 1979)
Travel Time (Williams, 1973)
Four Million BC (Bally, 1971)
Power Play (Bally, 1977)
Skateball (Bally, 1980)
World Cup Soccer (William, 1994)
Fathom (Bally, 1980)
Twilight Zone (Williams, 1993)
Embryon (Bally, 1980)
Centaur (Bally, 1981)
Operation Thunder (Gottlieb, 1992)
Pinbot (Williams, 1986)
Airborne (Capcom, 1996)
Warlok (Williams, 1982)                                 Only 412 produced.
Pool Champion (Zaccaria, 1985)
Genie (Gottlieb, 1979)
Capt. Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy (Bally, 1977)
Vector (Bally, 1981)
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not (Stern, 2004)
Wizard (Bally, 1975)
Hotdoggin’ (Bally, 1979)
World’s Fair Jigsaw (Rockola, 1933)
Baywatch (Sega, 1995)
The Who’s Tommy (Data East, 1994)
Casanova (William, 1966)
Triple Action (Williams, 1974)
Disco (Stern, 1977)
Aztec (Williams, 1976)

 

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