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Published on Jul 17, 2019
Gameseum owner Steven Van Splinter Jr., 21, talks about the inner workings and history of the Gorgar pinball machine he has restored back to working order. The Gorgar pinball machine was from 1979, released by Williams Electronics. Gorgar was the first "talking" pinball machine with a soundboard that produced a vocabulary of seven words: Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, You, Me, Hurt, Got. The machine also has a heart beat sound effect that increases in speed during long game play. Gorgar has three speech chips that produce seven words in different combinations, depending on game play. Gameseum: Mega-Arcade & Museum is open at 27 N. State St. in Ephrata, Lancaster County, Pa. The arcade features coin operated machines from the 1940s to the 1990s operated on a pay-per-hour or all-day-pass admission basis.