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 games but was more interested in a video game that had just come out named "Space Invaiders". My love for pinball really caught fire in the late 80s and early 90s when I was going to college. There was a Adams Family and a Black Rose at the Seven Elevin near Grand Valley State University where I went to school in Michigan. Well, fast forward 25 years and I stumbled accross a few games at a Pub. I figured I'd buy a game or two. That started my collecting. I've owned maybe 20 different games but generally only keep 3 at a time because of space and financial constraints. We buy a game and play it for a few months and than swap it out for something different. Pinside is a tremendous resource for info on games.
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Pretty cool, Bam. Like you, I keep a small collection (easier on the pocket), but I have had a hard time swapping out because I get so attached to a game (currently MBr LE and Mando premium). Any games that you decided were keepers?