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Sega, S.A. SONIC (also known as Segasa and Segasa d.b.a. Sonic) is a Spanish coin-operated amusement machines company established by Sega Enterprises-related shareholders in March 1968. By 1972, the company was a pioneer of the import of the video arcade games to Europe, starting with Pong, followed by Space Invaders, Galaxian and Asteroids. They produced pinball machines between 1972 and 1986.[1] First, they imported American pinball machines during the sixties and seventies and later decided to make their own. Their most successful pinball machines were produced under the brand name SONIC.

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List of Sega, S.A. SONIC Pinball MachinesEdit

  • Astro-Flite
  • Baby Doll
  • Big Ben
  • Big Ben
  • Cannes
  • Casbah
  • Casino Royale
  • Darling
  • Dealer's Choice
  • Gulfstream
  • High Ace
  • Lucky Ace
  • Monaco
  • Spanish Eyes
  • Travel Time
  • Triple Action[1]

List of Sega, S.A. SONIC Pinball Machines under the brand name SONICEdit

  • Bird Man
  • Butterfly
  • Cherry Bell
  • Chorus Line
  • Faces
  • Gamatron
  • Hang-On
  • Jai-Alai..
  • Joker's Wild
  • Mars Trek
  • Night Fever
  • Odin Deluxe
  • Pole Position
  • Prospector
  • Solar Wars
  • Space Queen
  • Star Wars
  • Star-Flite
  • Storm
  • Super Straight
  • Third World[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "The International Arcade Museum". TIAM. Retrieved 2015-10-20.
  2. ^ "The International Arcade Museum". TIAM. Retrieved 2015-10-20.

See alsoEdit

  • Sega Pinball Inc., a division of Sega which existed from 1994 until 1999
  • Zaccaria (company), a former Italian company of pinball and arcade machines
  • Taito of Brazil, a former Brazilian company of pinball and arcade machines
  • Inder, a former Spanish company of pinball machines