The first time I had an opportunity to play Who Dunnit? was via the Visual Pinball computer simulation. Although VP could never take the place of a real machine, it does give us collectors a chance to "try out" games we may otherwise never see in person. Since I never saw WD? locally, I was happy to get a small taste of the rules, sounds and layout.

Immediately I was drawn to the theme. However, I wanted to try the "real" game before making a decision to buy it for my collection. That's when the York 2002 pinball show came in!

Someone brought a Who Dunnit? to share with the gang and I thank them. Both myself and friend Pat played WD? quite a bit over that weekend. The atmosphere of the machine is unbeatable and the game is unique in its interactive modes.

After performing research on the machine, I found that WD? is a rather affordable late-model Bally/Williams pinball. They made very few of them (+/- 2500). Yet, it did not gain a huge following as many others have from the later years. appeared pinball crime solving would soon be in my future.



My story continues with information and pictures from my
Who Dunnit? game HERE