For your eyes only. We have Wiliams 1973 gem Spanish Eyes. “The Center Hoop and Bottom Bumper Rebound and Flipper Action add continuous “zip” to this exciting game.” Rating of 7.7
Gameplay Crash Course
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Loop is worth 5k all the time, no need to build up like kickout, but more dangerous. Give good horizontal nudge as ball comes down to pop to avoid the drain.
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SPANISH EYES 1973
Williams single-player Spanish Eyes is notable for featuring a polarizing, mosaic-style Christian Marche art package. Further, it features a pop bumper situated between the flippers and a centre horseshoe lane–two design hallmarks of long-time Williams designer Norm Clark. The same Marche characters and art style were employed for the art package of Williams’ single-player Granada, which was released the same year as Spanish Eyes but featured a completely different layout.
The artwork is not, like widely believed, from Christian Marche but from John Craig instead.