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Manufacturer: Sonic (d.b.a. of Segasa)

Sonic (d.b.a. of Segasa) released 21 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1975. Sonic (d.b.a. of Segasa) was based in United States.

The 5 most common machines by Sonic (d.b.a. of Segasa) owned by VAPS members are (in order):
Mars Trek , Cherry Bell , Prospector , Missile Command variant , Butterfly

The 2 most common machines by Sonic (d.b.a. of Segasa) wanted by VAPS members are (in order):
Prospector , Mars Trek

Corporate History
See also Segasa
Entries in this index: 21
Name Year Type Genre Description Images
Bird Man 1978 Pinball
Butterfly 1977 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Cherry Bell 1978 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Chorus Line 1978 Pinball
Faces 1976 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical Unknown
Gamatron 1986 Pinball / Solid State
Hang-On 1988 Pinball / Solid State
Jai-Alai 1978 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Joker\'s Wild 1977 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Mars Trek 1977 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical Unknown
Missile Command variant 1980 Videogame
Night Fever 1979 Pinball / Solid State
Odin Deluxe 1985 Pinball / Solid State
Pole Position 1987 Pinball / Solid State
Prospector 1977 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Solar Wars 1986 Pinball / Solid State
Star Wars 1987 Pinball / Solid State
Star-Flite 1975 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Storm 1979 Pinball
Super Straight 1977 Pinball / Electro-Mechanical
Third World 1978 Pinball

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