007 Goldeneye Pinball Machine
The 007 Goldeneye pinball machine was released by Sega Pinball in 1996. As the title indicates, this game is based on the 1995 James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan.
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007 Goldeneye Pinball Machine by Sega
The 007 Goldeneye pinball machine was released by the Sega pinball division in 1996 and is based on the 1995 James Bond movie of same name. As Bond, the player must stop the international terrorist Janus from using the old Soviet Goldeneye satellite to destroy London’s financial markets. Opposing him are the sexy but deadly Xenia Onatopp, the Soviet Colonel General Arkady Ourumov, and Janus himself. Infiltrate a Soviet nerve gas plant, engage in shootouts with guards, hack Janus’ computers, detonate Q’s exploding pen, then pop up the jump ramp to capture a pinball in the satellite dish. Complete all five 007 Encounters, and you might be able to activate Goldeneye itself for a five-ball scoring frenzy.
2 Flippers, 3 Pop bumpers, 2 Slingshots, 14 Standup targets, 1 Thrust magnet above flipper gap flings ball upfield. Playfield also features a tank and satellite radar dish.
With the 007 Goldeneye pinball machine, there are 5 modes which can be started at the Mode Start Lane. In non-mode single ball play, the bumpers cycle the currently lit mode. 10M is automatically added to your Mode Total, displayed after the mode ends (with the exception of Xenia Extra Ball).
Complete the following scenes:
Xenia Extra Ball
Nerve Gas Plant
Once all modes are completed, the Start Mode saucer will light for a wizard mode by completing the 007 Top Lanes, finishing Shootout, successfully completing Q’s Pen, and spelling GOLDENEYE.
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