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Playing Williams Little Chief (1975)

The Little Chief is a game with an Native American theme. Little Chief himself is adorning the backglass as well as a scene of an American Indian camp. The game is a four player and features High Score Replays as well as Same Player Shoots Again and Replay Specials. Two rollovers, 'A' and 'B' are made atop the playfield or by making the flipper return lane. They both Advance the Bonus by 1,000 points. Making both 'A' and 'B' opens a Gate which returns the ball to the Ball Shooter Lane and collects the Bonus. Therefore you can really make high scores! When making the Gate,you collect the Bonus and it resets to Zero, all Specials stay LIT, the Gate closes, 'A' and 'B' rollovers reset, and you play the ball again! Making the Kicker Hole located in the very center of the playfield the first time gives you a Double Bonus. Specials are made by Making the Kicker Hole. This Kicker advances the Bonus and advances through numbers 1 to 6 located in front of the Kicker Hold. Making '5' lights the Same Player Shoots Again at the side Out Lanes, Making '6' lights the Replay Special at a Rollover Lane located on the right side of the playfield near the Bumpers. Between the 'A' and 'B' Rollovers atop the playfield is a center rollover. This one lights up when 'A' and 'B' are Made. When Lit this Center Rollover awards Double Bonus as well as Advancing (by one) the Kickout Hole Lights 1 through 6. The top of the playfield is fairly wide open, there is a ramp on the left side of the playfield which features 3 rollover buttons, 2 score 1,000 points and the one in the middle advances the Bonus. The trick to making all 3 rollovers is to send the ball up or down the ramp at a good speed so it hugs the rail. To summarize, this game plays very fast and requires alot of skill shots off the flippers to make the Kicker Hole and Gate, Also the Replay Rollover is not as easily made as it seems. Back to the Top