RollerGames was released in June 1990 by Williams, and was based on a roller derby television show of the same name, which only lasted for one season (RollerGames was also adapted for the arcade and for the Nintendo Entertainment System). Designed by renowned Pinball designer Steve Ritchie, RollerGames was made between two of his most famous tables, Black Knight 2000 and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The table's music and sounds, including a redone version of the RollerGames television show theme, were composed and programmed by Dan Forden of Mortal Kombat fame.
This table has the "DEEP FREEZE MAGNA-FLIP" magnet, in which the ball is launched into "THE PIT", where it is propelled through a wireform to a magnet that will hold the ball in front of the top flipper, giving the player a guaranteed shot up the ramp (referred to as "THE WALL"). There is a randomly-timed feature where THE WALL ramp can score one million points, and six consecutive ramp shots can score eight million points. The game also features three multi-ball drop targets, a left bank of S-K-A-T-E target lights, and the word W-I-L-L-I-A-M-S can be spelled, which starts a scoring cycle earning up to four million points.