My Pins

Written by taztaz on October 28th, 2010.

 

My Pins

Written by taztaz, published October 28th, 2010. 1 comment(s).

I started my collection about 2 1/2 Yrs ago (2008)

with a Old Chicago EM machine

This game was given to my by a co woker that had to get it out of there parents storage  it was not woking I spent about 40 Hrs and 120.00 dollars in parts to get it up and runnig fairly fun but not up to the games i was use to playing and have since passed it on.

The next pin I got and still have is Riverboat Gambler a1988 Williams casino game fairly fun but like most gambling type games a not so deep rule set still a fast and fun game.

The next added game I got is Jugde Dredd a wide body game the flow is great and pretty quick for a wide body game I play this game almost every day

The 3rd edition to the group is Grand slam 1983 Bally Baseball themed game Picked this gem up for 200.00 nothing worked on this game when I bought it  I got it home cleaned up the contacts added a few bubs and a new rubber kit wiped her down and now got it working perfectly a surprisingly fast game for having no kick back bumpers  

 The game play on this game is to score runs in a variety on ways the rule set is fairly good. I was going to sell this game but the more I play it the more I enjoy playing. This going to be a keeper for awhile  I think.

The new kids in town are Ripleys Belive It Or Not and Simpsons Pinball Party I am currently having these shopped I,ll tell you more in a month or two. But I have played both of them and they are a blast.


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    HELLODEADCITY commented on December 06, 2010 03:57:10

    Old Chicago kind of grows on you - I kind of like the art work on it

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