Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection is a pinball video game developed by FarSight Studios and published by Crave Entertainment. The tables in the game are recreations of real tables. The game was later released as Gottlieb Pinball Classics, published by System 3, in Europe and Australia. This expanded version featured additional tables and was released in North America on Wii and PSP under the original name, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection.


The following pinball machines are included in all versions of the game:

The following extras are included in all versions of the game:

  • Play-Boy (1937)
  • Xolten
  • Love Meter

The following are included in the PSP, Wii[1] and Gottlieb Pinball Classics versions of the game:

  • El Dorado City of Gold (1984)
  • Goin' Nuts (1983)
  • Strikes n' Spares (1995)

See Also


  1. Craig Harris, "More Pinball Hall of Fame for 2009: Crave will release another pinball compilation this holiday season, an exclusive to Wii," IGN (November 12, 2009).

External links

lt:Gottlieb Pinball Classics

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