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Zingo was a revamp of Bally pinball games called "Broadcast" and "Crossline". It was upright and did not use steel ball bearings for balls so one could contest the point that it be classified as a pinball machine. On the other hand, it was made up of pinball components and existing pinball playfields, so I guess it qualifies? You be the judge. In any case a unique game!
Photo courtesy of Russ Jensen.
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