Bally : Acapulco

Game Parameters
Game Type magic numbers
Game Number 669
Manufacture Date 1961
Number of Holes 25
Number of Odds Steps 8
Max Payout 1200
Max Extra Balls 3
Features
Resources
Backglass
 - chris dade image
 - bg 1
 - bg 2

Cabinet
 - cab 1
 - cab 2

Flyers
 - fly 1

Internals
 - int 1
 - int 2

Game Manual
 - manual pdf : 9.77MB

Press Image
 - mp 1

Playfield
 - pf 1

Schematic
 - schematic 1-1639 : 9.63MB
 - schematic 1640-up : 9.68MB

S/I Card Scan
 - siscan 1
 - siscan 2

Mixers
 - 1: w-936b
 - 2: w-966b
 - 3: w-968b
 - 4: w-967b

Reflex Units
 - 1: w-770-3b



Acapulco

Released after the popular screen games, Acapulco was the follow-on game to Touchdown, with the primary differences:
  • shooting one of the first three balls in hole #16 will advance red scores to maximum when that feature is lit!
  • super-score lines double (approximately) payout for all odds steps

Acapulco was the second and last Magic Numbers game. It appears the popularity of the screen games was too great to continue making magic square/numbers games. A magic square game did not appear again for another 15 years.

magic numbers games

A variation on magic squares.

Six numbers are connected together with a chain, and they wind around such that a number can appear in any position within a 2x3 rectangle.


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