Ed Krynski

Male, Deceased Person

– 2004

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Who was Ed Krynski?

Ed Krynski was a pinball designer who worked for D. Gottlieb & Co between the years of 1965 and 1987. During his time there, Krynski designed more than 200 games and brought to life such innovations as the vari-target, laneways to the flipper, carousel target, as well as the multiple drop targets.

The first pinball machine he designed was "Dodge City", released in July 1965, and the last was "Amazon Hunt", in September 1983.

The Internet Pinball Machine Database identifies 225 machines as designed by Krynski, including "300", 2001, 4 Square, El Dorado, Spirit of '76, Royal Flush and Sing Along.

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Nov 16, 2004

on July 23, 2013


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