The Very Unofficial, Yet
X-FILES Pinball "Sneak-A-Peek"
and Web Page design by Bruce Clark
In order to
satisfy the unquenched thirst for images of the latest pinball
machines, this page offers you a glimpse of the newest Sega
pinball - X-FILES!
PA SEPTEMBER 22nd, 1997 -----
reported in the area of Agents Scully and Mulder. Investigation
a dark, remote warehouse, a neatly aligned row of boxes shield a
TOP SECRET project. One box is opened and the contents revealed.
Four legs, a long body and tall head come to life when
electricity is applied.
is the long-anticipated X-Files pinball machine...
for your patience as this graphics-intensive web-site loads. High
resolution images ahead!)
this fabulous artwork in the SEGA SHOWCASE backbox cabinet!
GAME START, SELECT MULDER OR SCULLY FOR SECRET POWER UPS.
FILE CABINET MULTIBALL, SHOOT THE FILE CABINET REPEATEDLY, THEN
SHOOT BALL INTO CABINET.
LIT "X" SHOTS TO COMPLETE LARGE "X" FOR
"THE TRUTH" MULTIBALL.
RIGHT RAMP TO SPELL F-B-I. COMPLETE F-B-I TO PLAY AN EPISODE OF
to Beginners: To score better, shoot at the FLASHING SHOTS. Be
sure to LOOK UP at the DOT DISPLAY for instructions when
features high quality prop replicas from the series, like the alien baby, the descending and rising file cabinet, the trap door
and Flukeman with direction diverter...
The inside of the Sega Showcase (tm) backbox
Note horizontal florescent lighting tube.
The agent's FBI IDcards can be seen on the back
wall of the game with the alien baby in the lower left of the
Cabinet artwork (above)
Behind the backglass artwork and Dot Matrix
There is no 3-D version available of the
Note that there is no right speaker in
the head, although from the front it appears that there is one!
The magnificent artwork and colors of the lower
Beautiful green lighting illuminates the large
"X" in front of the flippers.
Shoot the "X's" to lite BIG
"X" for the TRUTH.
From left to right:
The alien baby ("Erlenmeyer Flask"),
Agents Scully and Mulder ID cards on back wall, the filing
cabinet, Flukeman ("The Host").
It was very cool to watch the "unseen
force" take control of the ball in front of the filing
cabinet - adding an unpredictability to the ball's movement.
The left ramp area, showing the brilliant colors
Green covers (lower left) cast an eerie glow
while playing the game.
Flukeman from "The Host" on the right
side of the playfield.
The playfield affords a wide-open view of the
upper playfield shots.
The F-B-I Trap Door pops up in front of
the right ramp.
The X-Files Pinball. It's Out
"Investigate" it for
"Thanks!" and a tip of the hat goes to Mondial
Distributing Inc. in Bensalem, PA. Kudos to: Mr. Chris Vecchione, General Manager and
Mr. Jim Kelly, Game Sales Manager
The X-Files is trademarked and copyright
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. No
infringement on this copyright is intended. This page is strictly
an educational tool for pinball enthusiasts around the world -
anxious to see the newest pinball machines and equally anxious to
support their hobby.
The X-Files pinball machine is copyright
1997 Sega Pinball Inc.
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