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Desc:synth artist Suzanne Ciani develops sound chips
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:pinball, omni, Suzanne Ciani, Xenon
Submitted:Lurchi
Date:08/28/16
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Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2016-08-28
Way cool although I'm surprised OZ didn't submit this already.
fedex - 2016-08-28
That is my favorite pinball game of all time, not least because if the awesome soundset, not to mention the sexy table graphics. ;)
fedex - 2016-08-28
Also needs a Peter Ustinov tag

Scrimmjob - 2016-08-28
I've only played a very beat to shit Xenon table, but it definitely had that feel that makes this era of tables great!

Lurchi - 2016-08-28
GORGAR

fedex - 2016-08-28
Gorgar , Black Knight, pretty much any late 70s/early 80s Williams table.

Raggamuffin - 2016-08-28
"It's a historical fact that in 1934, the very first pinball machine steered its way through the golden clouds of technology to safely touch down on the corrupt world below. That same year, on the other side of the big puddle of the Atlantic Ocean, Adolf Hitler grabbed the first rung of the latter of the Weimar Republic."

-Haruki Murakami
fedex - 2016-08-28
ladder
kamlem - 2016-08-28
Sublime.
Born in the RSR - 2016-08-28
So we're all officially crushing on Suzanne Ciani?
fedex - 2016-08-29
pretty much

Lurchi - 2016-08-29
positive her appearance on 3-2-1 Contact is on here

Boomer The Dog - 2016-09-02
Early 1980s? I had two of those open reel tape decks she was using at the end. I couldn't see the model, but mine that look exactly the same are Akai 4000D.

Boomer
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