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Le Mignon - The Cute

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Player launches the ball with different amount of force to attempt to land in pointed target areas.

Le Mignon - The Cute was produced by Unknown (Temporary) in 1911.

Unknown (Temporary) released 125 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1850. Unknown (Temporary) was based in United States.

Other machines made by Unknown (Temporary) during the time period Le Mignon - The Cute was produced include: Le Papillon - The Butterfly, Le Jockey, La Tournee Generale - General Tour, Tripoli, Le Canon - The Cannon, La Cantiniere - The Canteen, Trou de Souris, Bouteille Bill, Advance Pin Table, The, and Barrel-O-Luck


Name Le Mignon - The Cute
Developer Unknown (Temporary) (United States)
Year 1911
Type Arcade
KLOV/MOG # 21045

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VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Le Mignon - The Cute Census

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