1980’s Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)

Nishijin 1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island) <p>Looking for some loud fun? We got in this Nishijin DOKKANJIMA from about mid 1980’s. This machine’s name roughly translates as Kaboom Island!!, and features a pirate theme with the pirates shooting canons at each other. This model of Nishijin is known as a Hanemono machine due to the two hands at the top of the center feature that open and close to catch balls and is from the start of the machines with lights, sounds and electric shooters.</p><p>The play on this machine is quite fast paced once you hit the fever mode. First, you have upper pockets and outer tulips that provide a single payout. Then you have the Action #1 lower pockets, those provide a payout and cycle the hanemono arms one time to open the center feature. Next you have the Action #2 center pocket. If you get a ball in the Action #2 pocket, it will pay out and cycle the hanemono 2 times, greatly increasing the chances of entering the fever mode. Now once the balls enter the center, it will hold them until it reaches 10 or until a timer times out and then releases them to roll forward. If one drops into the V Zone center pocket it will trigger the fever mode and the cannonballs start flying! It then will keep cycling the Hanemono until you don’t get a ball in the V pocket at the end of the cycle up until 20 times. It will pay off 13 balls for each ball.</p><p>The machine was in very good shape when we got it but dirty. We cleaned all the back components and the playfield and polished the pin heads. The center feature was cleaned and polished as well, and the lights all checked. The front plastics have some fading, but those have been polished back up to a shine, and the chrome is in great shape.</p><p>We also have reworked the lock and made it functional and are providing a new key. The lock has rotate left and the frame opens, rotate right and the machine door opens. So this can be placed into a wall mount cabinet with no issues. The frame of the machine has been sanded down to clean it up and then clear coated with urethane.</p><p>It will come with black hardwood feet, the door key and a ball bin. 1000 new, unmarked pachinko balls are included. These machines were designed for auto-fill parlors so they will go through a lot of balls. It takes at least 1000 balls to support the fever mode, if you want more we do have them available for machine purchasers for $25 for 500. We will contact you to create an invoice, let us know then if you do.</p><p>Shipping by UPS within the 48 US states is included, other areas and international ask us for a quote.</p><p> </p><p><span id=\"AutoConvertInstalled\"></span></p>
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1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)

$500.00
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)
1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)

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1980's Nishijin Early Modern (Kaboom Island)

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Looking for some loud fun? We got in this Nishijin DOKKANJIMA from about mid 1980’s. This machine’s name roughly translates as Kaboom Island!!, and features a pirate theme with the pirates shooting canons at each other. This model of Nishijin is known as a Hanemono machine due to the two hands at the top of the center feature that open and close to catch balls and is from the start of the machines with lights, sounds and electric shooters.

The play on this machine is quite fast paced once you hit the fever mode. First, you have upper pockets and outer tulips that provide a single payout. Then you have the Action #1 lower pockets, those provide a payout and cycle the hanemono arms one time to open the center feature. Next you have the Action #2 center pocket. If you get a ball in the Action #2 pocket, it will pay out and cycle the hanemono 2 times, greatly increasing the chances of entering the fever mode. Now once the balls enter the center, it will hold them until it reaches 10 or until a timer times out and then releases them to roll forward. If one drops into the V Zone center pocket it will trigger the fever mode and the cannonballs start flying! It then will keep cycling the Hanemono until you don’t get a ball in the V pocket at the end of the cycle up until 20 times. It will pay off 13 balls for each ball.

The machine was in very good shape when we got it but dirty. We cleaned all the back components and the playfield and polished the pin heads. The center feature was cleaned and polished as well, and the lights all checked. The front plastics have some fading, but those have been polished back up to a shine, and the chrome is in great shape.

We also have reworked the lock and made it functional and are providing a new key. The lock has rotate left and the frame opens, rotate right and the machine door opens. So this can be placed into a wall mount cabinet with no issues. The frame of the machine has been sanded down to clean it up and then clear coated with urethane.

It will come with black hardwood feet, the door key and a ball bin. 1000 new, unmarked pachinko balls are included. These machines were designed for auto-fill parlors so they will go through a lot of balls. It takes at least 1000 balls to support the fever mode, if you want more we do have them available for machine purchasers for $25 for 500. We will contact you to create an invoice, let us know then if you do.

Shipping by UPS within the 48 US states is included, other areas and international ask us for a quote.