I had to throw Cutie Q in there. I don't ever recall playing or seeing the arcade game. But I played it in MAME a few years ago and it's a really fun game to play because of all the bonuses you can collect.
The guy that developed Pac-Man programmed three pinball-breakout games: Gee Bee, Bomb Bee and Cutie Q. Of the three I would say Cutie Q is the best with Gee Bee being the worst only because it's too difficult - I think if you hit the ball 7 times with your paddle the speed increases to an insane level.
There was a game released for the Commodore 64 called Pinball Spectacular. This game most closely resembles the arcade game Bomb Bee.
I see I still have the top scores for Cutie Q (MAME) and Pinball Spectacular (C64) on TG. My guess is that it's because nobody plays these games.
It's interesting that Cosmic Chasm uses a spinner. I've never seen that cabinet except for when it was on Starcade. I've only played the version released for the Vectrex. I'm guessing the spinner is used on the arcade game to rotate the ship similar to how the spinner was used on Omega Race.