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Flim-Flam  

Flim-Flam is another pong variant for 2 or 4 players, with a special feature called "flim-flam".

Joystick controller allows players horizontal, angular and vertical movements of the paddle. Players can rush the net, miss the ball, retreat and attempt second hit. Ball may also be hit two or three times on each side of the net.

"Flim & Flam" buttons allow player to alter speed and course of ball.

The game offers three paddle sizes. As skill of players increase, paddle size selection can be reduced by choosinf either "expert" or "pro" sizes.

Flim-Flam was the first game released by Meadows. It also must have been one of the first pong game to allow the paddle to move in all directions (using a joystick).

The upright cabinet is a 2 player version while the cocktail table is a 4 player version.



SCREENSHOTS


CABINET

arcade cocktail table

instructionq plate


LINKS
 
 detailed info on Arcade-History.com
 detailed info on Killer List of Video Games
 detailed info on The Arcade Flyer Archive


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arcade cocktail table

year of release 1974
companies Meadows Games
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 2 - 4 players (versus)
staff Ted Dabney (based on a concept by ), Bob Davis
tags ball and paddle



 
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