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Winston H Schilling, Mark D Ritchie, John Krutsch, Joseph Joos: Amusement device with trading card dispenser. Williams Electronics Games, Rockey and Rifkin, August 11, 1992: US05137278 (51 worldwide citation)

An amusement game operates in conjunction with a trading card dispenser to dispense trading cards to game players who achieve predetermined game objectives through skill during the course of game play.


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Winston H Schilling, Mark D Ritchie, John Krutsch, Joseph Joos: Amusement device with trading card dispenser. Williams Electronics Games, Rockey Rifkin and Ryther, September 22, 1992: US05149093 (39 worldwide citation)

An amusement game operates in conjunction with a trading card dispenser to dispense trading cards to game players who achieve predetermined game objectives through skill during the course of game play.


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Dennis P Nordman, Winston H Schilling: Magnetic crane for a pinball game. Williams Electronics Games, Rockey Rifkin and Ryther, July 9, 1996: US05533726 (31 worldwide citation)

The improved player feature of the invention comprises an arm mounted for rotation about a vertical axis. An electromagnet is attached to the arm's outer end which is capable of suspending a ferromagnetic ball. Located below and along the path traveled by the magnet are a plurality of play features ...


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Winston H Schilling, John W Skalon: Pinball game cabinet. Williams Electronics Games, Rockey Rifkin and Ryther, March 16, 1993: US05193807 (31 worldwide citation)

The playfield is supported on a moving pivot that allows the playfield to move linearly away from the back box as it rotates away from the cabinet such that the playfield can pivot through an angle greater than 90.degree.. The moving pivot includes a pivot pin fixed to the wall of the cabinet which ...


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Dennis P Nordman, Winston H Schilling, Edward F Hicks: Rotary ball storage and discharge device for a pinball game. Williams Electronics Games, Rudnick & Wolfe, September 9, 1997: US05664777 (26 worldwide citation)

A play feature for a pinball game permits the storage of a number of game balls and release of the balls at high speed and in quick succession back onto the playfield for multiple ball play. A rotor element having a plurality of vertical vanes is disposed within a circular housing having a conical l ...


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