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What's a good combination to not have much pinball around? How about being born in the mid 2000s in a rural area? The nearest big city is about an hour and a half away at most, but every time we've to a major city, we didn't exactly have any time for an arcade pitstop. The only time I can remember actually playing a physical pinball table was somewhere between 2011-2013, where the campground my family stays at had a table > Read the full story...
I think the first pinball machine I ever played was at a laundromat in N. Michigan. I couldnt tell you what it was but it only cost $.10 per game and I played it a lot!
In high school my buddy and I got jobs at a small local amusement park that had an arcade. When we were done with our shift, we would hang out at the arcade to play games and meet up with friends. I remember when Funhouse > Read the full story...
March 2nd, 2023
OK, so I already have the perfect home lineup of pins but I scored a Foo Fighters LE today! Jack Danger said Deadpool was his > more...
February 19th, 2023
I was first introduced to pinball in the late 70s when my father took me to an arcade. I immediately fell in love with the > more...
February 19th, 2023
Growing up in New Orleans allowed for a very broad and eccletic upbringing. A lot of which was at the PennyLand arcade on Royal St. > more...
February 18th, 2023
I was so lucky to have learned a LOT from my dad growing up. Although his workshop was bigger than mine, I had a workbench. > more...
February 12th, 2023
I have always had a way with repairs and color matching. In fact, if anything ever has to be done using hands and > more...
February 11th, 2023
It was kinda strange walking into my Dads office /warehouse,I remember total darkness,when finally my Dad hit the light switches,and there I stood a 7year > more...
My current lineup represents the era I grew up in, the 80's. Having been born in the 70's it wasn't >
I am a long time pinball player, enthusiast, and have 45 years in the business as a technician and former >
I've been a pinball fan forever, and have been a proud owner of The Machine: Bride of Pinbot since 2001. >
When I was 7 years old my father would get 2 weeks off from Campbell Hausfeld Foundry in Harrison, Ohio >
My passion for Pinball started in while I was working in the once famous Tommies Wizard Arcade. There I got >
well hello there back in about 1973 i had a papper route and on this papper route is where i >
Ultimately looking for a lineup of greek themed games. Love movie themed games too. Will purchase anything old or new. Wood rails, >
Growing up, my dad was an avid collector of arcade games. Eventually one Christmas he bought a sega star wars >
It was about six years ago when my brother called me up because somebody had a pinball for sale. Not >
I have a legacy Cinderella and I'm looking for a backglass mylar replacement. Was my grandfather's and then in our gameroom, >
I still consider myself new to pinball. I first played pinball in 2016. On just the one occasion. Then I >
The Sparkys Family is building a Trading Post in Hatch New Mexico next to our Diner. Inside is a collection >
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