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Manufacturer: Bally Sente

Bally Sente released 23 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1984. Bally Sente was based in United States.

The 5 most common machines by Bally Sente owned by VAPS members are (in order):
Mini Golf , Hat Trick , Gimme A Break , Stocker , Chicken Shift

The 5 most common machines by Bally Sente wanted by VAPS members are (in order):
Hat Trick , Chicken Shift , Team Hat Trick , Stocker , Name That Tune

Entries in this index: 23
Name Year Type Genre Description Images
Chicken Shift 1984 Videogame Labyrinth/Maze
Gimme A Break 1985 Videogame Billiards/Pool
Goalie Ghost 1984 Videogame Soccer/Futbol
Hat Trick 1984 Videogame Sports
Mini Golf 1985 Videogame Golf
Mini Golf Deluxe 1985 Videogame Golf
Moon Quake 1986 Videogame
Name That Tune 1986 Videogame Trivia/Quiz
Night Stocker 1986 Videogame Shooter
Off The Wall 1984 Videogame Sports
Sente Diagnostic Cartridge 1984 Videogame Other
Shrike Avenger 1986 Videogame Simulator
Snacks 'n Jaxson 1984 Videogame Platform
Snake Pit 1984 Videogame Platform
Spiker 1986 Videogame Sports
Stocker 1984 Videogame Racing
Stompin' 1986 Videogame Platform
Street Football 1985 Videogame Sports
Team Hat Trick 1985 Videogame Sports
Toggle 1985 Videogame Labyrinth/Maze
Trivial Pursuit 1984 Videogame Trivia/Quiz
Trivial Pursuit All Star Sports Edition 1984 Videogame Trivia/Quiz
Trivial Pursuit Young Player's Edition 1984 Videogame Trivia/Quiz



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