Whenever I play Phantom of the Opera, which isn’t very often, I usually get my butt kicked. The game is set to move fast and furiously. The obstacles in your way are tough and will attack you if you miss your shot. Even the good shots will return the ball to you quickly and you’d better be ready.

But this game is rare, so I always make sure to give it a few tries whenever I see it.

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The Phantom of the Opera is a pinball machine released by Data East in 1990. The game is based on the French novel The Phantom of the Opera,[1] but not based on the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber although released around the same time.[2] It is not based on the movie of the same name, which was released in 1989 by Columbia Pictures.

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