|Bram Stoker's Dracula|
|Release date||April 1993|
|System||Williams WPC (Fliptronics II)|
|Design|| Designers: Barry Oursler, Mark Sprenger|
Programmers: Bill Pfutzenreuter
Artwork: Mark Sprenger
Mechanics: Zofia Bil
Music: Paul Heitsch
Sounds: Paul Heitsch
Bram Stoker's Dracula is a 1993 pinball machine released by Williams. It was based in the 1992 film of the same name. The game was characterized by its unusual blood-red DMD display (most other games at the time used orange for their color) as well as a "Multi-Multi-Ball" mode, where up to three different multiball variations could be active at the same time, with each successive active mode providing a jackpot multiplier of up to 3x. It also featured a unique variation on the usual multiball mode known as "Mist Multiball," where a magnet would drag a pinball across the playfield and the player would be required to knock it loose from the magnet's grasp to start the mode.
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