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Disneyland®s Adventureland Outpost

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1995 Attraction Poster.

Along with Disneyland®s President Paul Pressler's policies purported to polish purchasing places and push plushies, tucked into the old Adventureland Outpost and renamed Indiana Jones™ Adventure Outpost, is an array of hats, T-shirts, Sweatshirts and on a good day maybe a map or three of the temple, some IJ styled brown fedora hats, pistols, rifles, gummi candy (Oh! I've got to have a gummi bug with Harison's face on the wrapper!) and Same old-Same old books and interactive novels. They have sold in the past the commemorative passport, authentically styled leather jackets, the pewter temple miniature, the limited numbered amulet of future knowledge pendants, this nifty poster and even bullwhips at one time in 2007, but never knives.

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Indiana Jones pinball adventure.

Indiana Jones™ Pinball Adventure
Williams Pinball Machine

There is in this shop however a very unique pinball machine that is excellently themed with a weathered snake graphic on its sides, bamboo legs, totally encased in wood to resemble those pinballs of the forties, and on top, a box of ammunition, a 15 foot bullwhip, and a hat (which was sold or stolen.) It is unique in two ways: first the themeing previously described, and in that it is the poorest maintained machine in the park. The "Path of Adventure" mini-playfield never wobbles correctly, there is an obstruction in the lock a ball return channel under the playfield which causes it to put another ball in play and when you have both balls you only need to loose one for the ball counter to reset. It is my opinion that the NamCo (former Edison Bros.) company mechanics, hired under the maintenance contract, were TOTALLY INCOMPETENT at the repair of pinball machines. There are more problems like these, such as the intermittent left flipper button, which could be easily fixed, such as adjusting the contact (a simple metal spring switch on the end of the plastic flipper button) but those problems are too numerous to mention here for fear of boring you. The price is a flat 50 cents per three ball game. Just don't expect to play it later in the day - it will be out of service.
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UPDATE

On May 1, 2009, one month after my birthday, to the day, I decided to try and enjoy myself this time, and returned to Disneyland® as a guest.
I had noticed that the Indiana Jones™ Pinball Adventure had returned to its location in the Indiana Jones™ Adventureland Outpost, and wanted to give it a go.
I had been listening to Ernie in New Orleans Square until noon. He said he would be back so I waited until 10 minutes to three then journeyed to Adventureland. In the outpost I examined the pinball machine. I noticed that the cabinet was the same old cabinet, but the table had been replaced with a fresher table showing little sign of wear. As I was asking the merchandise hostess for change of $2.00 into quarters, I mentioned that I am the Wizard of Pinball, and what would likely happen would be that I buy one game, play it, get a reply, and continue getting replays until I had surpassed of the grand champion several times.
Skip ahead four hours later and that's exactly what happened, as I predicted. My palms were numb, my ankles swollen, I was thirsty, and I needed to visit the restroom.
This shot was taken about a half hour after I started the odyssey of several hours, repeatedly exceeding the grand champion score, and my first high score of the afternoon was the Grand Champion, exceeding the previous grand champion (factory set MDR, 500,000,000 or five-hundred-million) by more than two thirds additional. 841,263,140!
Next, I turned it over a billion, on several game plays.
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—(o=8> The GOOD NEWS:
  • I recorded the first Grand Champion in full color stereo 3D!

  • —)o=8> The  BAD NEWS:
  • You only get to see the left half of the last (really long show) ten minutes in that first game.

  • —;o=8> The  UGLY:
  • While playing multiball, a ball gets stuck, I wait for play to continue (really long show), then I have to tilt off my tremendous bonus to resume play.

  • —(o=8> The  REDEMPTION:
  • It was the first of several grand champion scores that day, each awarded two credits on top of the replay score
  • There were a couple of #1-4 high score postings as well.
  • I kept overfilling the replay counter past ten.
  • I had so much fun, I completely forgot that I spent over $70 to get in the Disneyland® gate to waste my day on a damned pinball machine.
  • Well, I AM the Wizard of Pinball after all…

  • Discover more about games and the Indiana Jones™ Pinball Adventure by Williams at Disneyland
    Great game:
    Multiball Grand Champion play by the Wizard of Pinball on Disneyland's uniquely styled 'Indiana Jones Pinball Adventure' table in the Adventureland Outpost.

    3:37 "This is the LONG part of the Show" — a rare appearance by Wiz, the author/player. The ball got stuck and I had to 6:06 tilt off a huge amount of bonus & multiplier, but I had plenty of extra balls and still made Grand Champion at 889,531,000!

    Greater game:
    Multiball Grand Champion play by the Wizard of Pinball on Disneyland's uniquely styled 'Indiana Jones Pinball Adventure' table in the Adventureland Outpost.

    The first game I made Grand Champion at 841,263,140!
    MDR (default factory 500,000,000 was the previous champion. I decided to turn on the camera pair again at 551,387,980 - the end of ball 1, when the ball got stuck in the out channel, to free the ball I came close to tilting it to free the stuck ball but didn't, and collected 69,856.00 - more first ball bonus than most people score in a whole game! I just wasted the third ball, launched it and didn't play, when I turned it over a billion @ 1,077,276,940! I could have opted to continue the game for one credit, but I wanted to play all day and was only on the second game so I didn't want to push the Champion score up too far at first, so I could keep winning replays on score. Listen at the end for "Shave and a haircut - two bits.", twice as I enter my championship initials.

    Merchandise: (also see Other Merchandise.)

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    Poster, Indiana Jones Adventure - Temple of the Forbidden Eye, Adventureland, Disneyland®, Anaheim, California, circa 1995, poster_bg

    Hidden Mickeys


    There are no hidden Mickeys in any of Disneyland®s Adventureland shops. There have been certain displays of merchandise that with wishful thinking could be etherealized into a coalesced Mickey, but they have been moved or sold.

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