Indiana Jones pinball machine is a 1993 widebody game designed by Mark Ritchie (the younger brother of acclaimed pinball designer Steve Ritchie) and released by Williams. It was based on the Indiana Jones movies. It was also part of WMS’ SuperPin series of widebody games (see also The Twilight Zone and Star Trek: The Next Generation).
This game was the first game to use Williams / Midway’s DCS Sound System. It features sound clips from the first three films, and actor John Rhys-Davies (reprising his role as Sallah) provided new speech for this game.
Widebody Playfield. Flippers (2), Ramps (2), Captive ball, Lane Change(s), Cellar Holes, Drop Targets (, Autoplunger, Three video modes.
Four multiball modes: 3-ball regular multiball, Quick multiball (2-ball), “Well of Souls” multiball (6-ball), “Eternal Life” wizard mode (6-ball).
Toys: Player-controlled tilting upper playfield, Rotating idol head which releases the balls into play
There are a total of 12 “modes” in Indiana Jones, each of them based on a scene from any of the three movies. Unlike The Twilight Zone, the modes aren’t stackable (i.e., you must finish one mode before going on to the next).
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade