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    Hi All,

    Does anyone recognize this type of machine?
    It's a combination of a slot machine and Pachinko.

    Hope someone can help.

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Pachinko slot machine type

    that that is very interesting..

    more more more info please..

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    Default Re: Pachinko slot machine type

    that looks like a early 90s British "fruit machine", i.e. a British slot machine.
    They made as many of these as Japan makes pachislo machines, and they generally have as much value and regard when they're no longer new and pulling in money.
    (go to UK ebay and search "fruit machine")


    This one seems made for Dutch markets , and has a gimmick where they imported and recycled old pachinko machines.

    Anyone know what year approx that pachinko playfield is from? I'll bet this machine is from 2-3 years after.

    Thank you for sharing, where did you see this?
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    Default Re: Pachinko slot machine type

    Worked in pubs during the late 90s and early 2000s never seen anything like this. Especially as it says sankyo Cosmo Fever
    Machines of this era in the UK are a bit of a pain as coins started to change sizes. 5p 10p and 50p all changed size.
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    Default Re: Pachinko slot machine type

    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenclam View Post
    Worked in pubs during the late 90s and early 2000s never seen anything like this. Especially as it says sankyo Cosmo Fever
    Machines of this era in the UK are a bit of a pain as coins started to change sizes. 5p 10p and 50p all changed size.
    The pachinko parts are most likely recycled discards from Japan, so just because it says sankyo on the pachinko playfield does not mean Sankyo was necessarily involved in this.
    And it's Dutch, so not made for UK markets I gather.


    I would love to see a good shot of that yellow instruction card so we could translate it.
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    Default Re: Pachinko slot machine type

    That's definitely a Dutch fruit machine. Looking at the graphics I am confident it's made by Barcrest. Early 90s, running on MPU4 tech.
    For fairly obvious reasons, it probably wouldn't be emulatable properly. Not sure how the MFME layout creators got on with Bellfruit's Powerball but there might have been a crude workaround. This one has a few complicated moving parts though.
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