The Chicago Coin Machine Manufacturing Company was one of the earliest major manufacturers of pinball tables; as its name implies, it was based in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1931, they produced mostly electromechanical machines until 1973, when they released the videogames of Olympic TV Football, Olympic TV Hockey, TV Pin Game, and TV Ping Pong - and in 1974 they released a fifth game named TV Goalee while in 1975 they released a sixth one named Super Flipper. Finally, in 1977, they released a seventh and last videogame (entitled Demolition Derby) before disappearing forever.
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