This game took two years in restoration. Every joint in the game was reglued and is truly a total restoration. This game was aqquired from Doc Morrow who is a special friend of mine and will be in my collection forever as a tribute to our friendship.
The Bounty was made in 1963 and was the last
of the new designs of the OK games. It incorporated a new
concept of a game within a game. This concept was the "Skill
Shot". The Bounty had a white button that coined up the
skill shot. For each coin played the skill shot scores advanced
six games. Once coined up you pressed the skill shot select
"gold" button on the control rail and the Bounty
flashed the numbered hole you neded to make with the first ball. Hit
that hole and the Bounty paid off up to 120 replays. Then you continued with
the regular game. The bounty also had a extra OK that when
lit allowed you to move the orange section of the magic screen
one addition position to the right to allow easier OK scoring.
And in addition it had a super OK that when lit and made, automatically
gave you the "N" red letter game. Three in blue
score 300, three in blue score 600, and two in blue score
600. Before 4th ball, yellow roll over, red roll over, before
5th ball, and after 5th ball. Red super section, and yellow
super section. Magic screens through "G" and of
course the famous OK game. Plus an EXTRA OK and a SUPER OK.
Advancing odds and what more can you ask? The Bounty was not
sold in the USA and is a very rare game here in the USA.