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A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the UsefulNotes/AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of ''Pinball/PoliceForce''. A digital version of the game is available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.

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A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the UsefulNotes/AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of ''Pinball/PoliceForce''. A digital version of the game is was available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.
collection before their license to all Williams and Bally tables expired on July 1, 2018.


* DevelopmentGag: The slingshot bumpers and inlane rails are decorated with bones; the broken ones were a reference to a motorcycle accident Dennis Nordman had during the development of the game.


* {{Combo}}s: Consecutive shots to the left ramp will award increasing numbers of points and then E-L-V-I-R-A letters.


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* {{Combo}}s: Consecutive shots to the left ramp will award increasing numbers of points and then E-L-V-I-R-A letters.

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* {{Combo}}s: Consecutive shots to the left ramp will award increasing numbers of points and then E-L-V-I-R-A letters.

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* ProgressiveJackpot: There is one in the traditional sense for shooting both ramps in multiball, as well as the E-L-V-I-R-A shot mentioned below.

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: And they grill up some serious burgers.


A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of ''Pinball/PoliceForce''. A digital version of the game is available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.

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A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the AtariLynx, UsefulNotes/AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of ''Pinball/PoliceForce''. A digital version of the game is available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.


A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of Williams Electronics' ''Police Force''. A digital version of the game is available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.

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A video adaptation of the pinball was included in the game ''Pinball Jam'' for the AtariLynx, along with an adaptation of Williams Electronics' ''Police Force''.''Pinball/PoliceForce''. A digital version of the game is available as part of [=FarSight=] Studios' ''VideoGame/ThePinballArcade'' collection.


* RiseFromYourGrave: The coffins, which have both Elvira ("Head Cook") and Dracula ("Head Kook").

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* RiseFromYourGrave: The coffins, which have both Elvira ("Head Cook") ("Chief Kook") and Dracula ("Head Kook").("Chief Cook").


''Elvira and the Party Monsters'' is a 1989 Creator/WilliamsElectronics pinball (released under the Bally label), designed by Creator/DennisNordman and Jim Patla, with art by Creator/GregFreres.

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''Elvira and the Party Monsters'' is a 1989 Creator/WilliamsElectronics pinball (released under the Bally label), designed by Creator/DennisNordman and Jim Patla, Creator/JimPatla, with art by Creator/GregFreres.

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* CreatorCameo: On the backglass, Dennis Nordman is the Wolfman, while Jim Patla is Dracula.

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* AsHerself


In 1996, the sequel, ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'', was made.

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In 1996, the sequel, ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'', sequel ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'' was made.
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In 1996, the sequel, ''Pinball/ScaredStiff'', was made.

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