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Cue-Tee / Star Pool

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Cue-Tee / Star Pool is a pinball machine manufactured by Williams Electronic Games Inc. in 1954.Concept by Harry Williams. Art by George Molentin.
Primary manufacturer:
Williams Electronic Games Inc.
Year:
1954
OPDB Group ID:
4O30
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Game type:
Electro-Mechanical
Display type:
Lights
Players:
1
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Concept:
Harry Williams
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Quickie Version:

UTAD

Go-to Flipper:

Balanced

Risk Index:

Very High

Full Rules:

This is the add-a-ball version of Miss-O. Point values are 10 times higher, but game play is essentially the same. Skill Shot is the center lane for 2000 points. While the ball is up in the bumpers, try to nudge it into hitting the top left “A” and top right “D” yellow standup targets to light the bumpers. After that, shoot the center horseshoe shot [5000 points] when you can, go up top when you can’t. The horseshoe shot is pretty narrow, so if you’re not sure you’re accurate enough, stick with UTAD. Likewise, if the feed when the ball comes out of the horseshoe is bad, avoid it. Balls can and do sometimes come back up into play after dropping into the zone around the bottom center bumper. Try not to flip when the ball is in there unless the ball is clearly above the edge of the flipper [in the unpainted wood area]. If you flip at the wrong time, the ball can drain under the flipper for zero points. If it drains down one of the three center lanes [ideally the middle one], at least you’ll get points. The “mystery shot” saucer advances randomly between 1 and 5 balls.

via Bob's Guide

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