Built by Holte Manufacturing Co. for Bradley, this was a complete re-design of the long-lived Challenger. A smaller, lighter wall machine, it was cheaper to manufacture and addressed an issue with the original design which required the player to press the coin entry lever to trigger a payout. Super Challenger used the weight of the falling coin to automatically trip a payout. All except the central lose column paid 5 coins. Like the original, the game enjoyed considerable success. Most examples are finished in Formica.