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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (December 2009) Central Park was a pinball machine that was released by Gottlieb in 1966. The game sold 3,100 units. The game was designed by Ed Krynski and the art was done by Roy Parker. Gameplay Central Park is a very difficult game due to the large gap between the flippers. The goal of the game is to raise a special called the Tree Bonus by collecting numbers. The player can collect numbers by hitting targets at the top of the playfield. Every time 100 points are scored in Central Park an animated monkey on the backglass will ring a bell. Hitting the 7 and 9 would light up a bumper, earning 10 points instead of the usual 1. The 2 and 4 would also light up a bumper. Although tilting is against the law, it was the key to mastering the table. Video games Central Park has appeared as a playable table in two video games. The game appeared in Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection for the PS2, GameCube, and PSP. It later appeared again in Gottlieb Pinball Classics for the PSP, PS2,and Wii. External links [1]