Waterworld (pinball)

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Manufacturer Gottlieb
Release dateOctober 1995
SystemGottlieb System 3
DesignRay Tanzer, Jon Norris
ArtworkConstantino Mitchell, Scott Melchionda
MusicDuane Decker
Production run1,500

Waterworld is a pinball machine designed by Ray Tanzer and Jon Norris and released by Gottlieb in October 1995. It is based on the film of the same name.

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