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Dracula flyer.jpg
ManufacturerStern Electronics
Release dateJanuary 1979
SystemStern M-100 MPU
DesignHarry Williams
Production run3,612 units (confirmed)

Dracula is a 1979 pinball machine released by Stern Electronics. The game is based on the popular character Dracula.[1]


The pinball machine has unique rules and a quick gameplay with a well-made layout and lots to shoot at.[2]

The cabinet side art features a dark purple design with a vampire. The full moon and a lone bat can be seen on the side of the backbox.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "Internet Pinball Machine Database: Stern 'Dracula'".
  2. ^ Archived at Ghostarchive and the Wayback Machine: "1979 Stern DRACULA pinball machine". YouTube.
  3. ^