|System||Williams System 11|
|Designer|| Concept: Steve Ritchie|
Designers: Steve Ritchie
Programmers: Larry DeMar
Artwork: Mark Sprenger, Python Anghelo
Music: Steve Ritchie, Bill Parod
Sound: Larry DeMar, Eugene Jarvis, Bill Parod
Software: Larry DeMar
|Release Date||January 1986|
|Production Run||17,080 (confirmed)|
High Speed is a pinball machine produced by Williams.
- The game's concept was inspired by an incident in which Steve Ritchie was pursued by police for speeding at 142 MPG in his 1979 Porsche 928.
- The voice of Dispatch is played by Tim Elliott while the officer is played by Steve Ritchie. They recorded their lines while speaking on 2 way radios.
- High Speed was the first machine to use automatic replay percentaging. It was also the first to have a multiball jackpot that grew and held-over game to game. High Speed was also the first machine to use Williams' System 11 hardware.
- Due to the game's popularity, Rare Ltd. developed an adaptation of High Speed for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991.