Safe Cracker (1996): designed by Pat Lawlor, this unique table is noticeably shorter and more narrow than a standard pinball machine. Featuring timer based gameplay as opposed to having a certain number of balls, players take on the role of a bank robber looking to collect a stash. The goal during the pinball part of the game is to break into the bank. Once inside, the gameplay switches to an interactive board game on the back glass that must be played in order to break into the vault. This game also features Magic Tokens, which are dispensed as rewards from a special slot on the back glass. These tokens can be collected or used to start a separate game mode on the table called, Assault on the Vault. 1,148 units of this table were produced.