Corvette Pinball Machine: If you are a Corvette fan, the Corvette pinball machine for you. This is a very fast game based on the popular sportscar. It features an engine that revs and bouces the ball around. If you are looking for a gift for your Corvette love, this is it!
Flippers (3), Ramps (2), Engine-shaped ball shaker. Matchbox car racetrack.
|DIMENSIONS||56 x 29 x 77 in|
commonly known as simply Midway) was an American video game developer and publisher. Midway’s franchises included Mortal Kombat, Rampage, Spy Hunter, NBA Jam, Cruis’n, and NFL Blitz. Midway also acquired the rights to video games that were originally developed by Williams Electronics and Atari Games, such as Defender, Joust, Robotron 2084, Gauntlet, and the Rush series.
The company was founded as Midway Manufacturing in 1958, as an amusement game manufacturer. The company was then purchased by Bally Manufacturing in 1969, and used the Bally Midway name in the 1980s. In 1973, Midway moved into the interactive entertainment industry, developing and publishing arcade video games. The company scored its first mainstream hit with the U.S. distribution of Space Invaders in 1978. Bally then merged its pinball division into Midway in 1982. In 1988, Midway was purchased and re-incorporated by After years as a leader in the arcade segment, Midway moved into the growing home video game market beginning in 1996, the same year that it made its of stock. In 1998, WMS spun off its remaining shares of Midway. Midway was ranked the fourth largest-selling video game publisher in 2000.