Rifleman, Sega, 1967, after finishing ten shots for ten cents, it prints out a card that is extracted on the right side of the cabinet.
Also Midway used motorized score reels.
Battletoads_Coverart 19, ninja Gaiden, tecmo.Stunt Car, Sega, 8/70, Formica sides with great car graphics.Spark Plug, Bally, 1934, player picks a winner, then presses a lever and the horses spin around.These early units are known as the "clam shell" Mutoscope, as the outside has a large clam shell cast into the side of the unit.The Sheik, Ahren, 1930s (exact date unknown).Reunite with all the other goobers without falling.Tokyo Raider, International Mutoscope, 1943, a revamp of Mutoscope's Drive Mobile (3/41).Super Jet Fighter, Williams, 12/54, Williams crimson skies crack no cd SuperJet game #116.
This feature was first used by Midway with Rifle Champ and Space Gun, but it was soon adapted by all the gun game makers.
Voice-O-Graph, International Mutoscope, 1957, a record recording booth (similar to a photo booth) that lets the patron make an actual 6" record which could be played on any record player.
Air Raider, Keeney, 10/40, big sized projection screen gun game with an impressive 1930s machine gun.But CCM gun games not as robust as Williams gun games.Titan, Williams, 11/59, game #225, a gun game that pops rubber balls into the air completing bingo style patterns.Higher points make the player's horse go further.Automatic Pool, Chicago Coin, 1956, coin operated bumper pool game.