Scared Stiff Pinball Machine by Bally
Scared Stiff was a 1996 pinball game created by Dennis Nordman and released by Midway (under the Bally label) with a horror show host Elvira. This is the sequel to the 1989 game Elvira and the Party Monsters, developed by Nordman.
“Scared Stiff” was displayed during the 1996 AMOA event in Dallas and featured Cassandra Peterson present in her Elvira persona to promote the game.
In 1996, when the Scared Stiff was launched 1996, it was created to feature the ability to move rubber boogieman figures positioned on top of slingshots. These were created to move forward with the kicker whenever the ball struck the slingshot. The ROM allowed players to dance to music in Boogie Man Boogie mode. Boogie Man Boogie mode by playing along in tune with the music.
The production was completed late. The feature was eliminated because the arms of the characters were thought to break off. A gap at the bottom of plastic slingshots remains on all produced machines, and an article in the manual of the game explains the feature. In addition, the code within the machine’s ROM allows for the feature. Due to this, several enthusiasts have added boogiemen-themed figures on their devices.
Scared Stiff Pinball Machine features
The game is based on the B-movie theme of horror. The players have to play all Six Tales Of Terror to increase the level of the Stiff-o-meter. They include Eyes Of The Bony Beast, Terror From The Crate, The Stiff In The Coffin, the Monster’s Lab, Night Of The Leapers, and The Return Of The Deadheads. This interactive box houses a who controls a spinning spider. It’s used to gather exclusive features and initiate special modes. Scared Stiff makes use of it to play the DCS Sound System.