This Duck Hunt Pinball Machine is a Customized Blast from the Past

By: Andrew Sztein - Published: Apr 16, 2013 • References: obviouswinner & kotaku
If you grew up going to arcades in the 80s and 90s, then it doesn't get any more nostalgically awesome than this one-of-a-kind Duck Hunt pinball machine.

Created by the folks at Skit-B Pinball, the Duck Hunt Pinball machine was made by modifying an old Williams Valiant pinball machine. The mod doesn't just stop at branding the game with the classic light gun shooting game. Skit-B also inserted a screen on the back-end of the pinball machine that plays familiar cues from the game that reacts accordingly to the pinball's actions itself. For example, if you miss the ball and it falls to the center, that cursed dog will giggle and laugh at you. Pick off a bird with the ball, and the screen will show you the bird getting shot.

It's too bad that the Duck Hunt pinball machine is a one-of-a-kind creation, because I would gladly sell all my furniture and worldly possessions to have one. Stats for Fowl-Hunting Arcade Games Trending: Older & Chilly
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