a game to stretch the generations

By KingPinGames

February 04, 2012


12 years ago

I started my love with pinballs about age 14, when my dad decided he wanted to run an amusement company. I remember the first talking pinball that came through the shop "Embryon". It was amazing, the voice, the noises, the action, loved it all. Then i remember the first NIB that we bought "Jurassic Park". Shaker motor, dmd, a dinosaur that ate the ball, a trigger launcher! Over the years thousands of pins have come through the shop, even some of the greats (MM, MB, AFM, TZ, AF, etc, etc.) and i fell in love with most of them.

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12 years ago

If only I could have talked my dad into doing the same thing... :)

12 years ago

When we get our WOZ machines, if LOTR looks like it can be let go then, I might be interested. Or are you the guy that bought mine??? lol

12 years ago

Sounds like Dad started you down the road to an addiction!

12 years ago

Welcome to the Pinside! You should hug your dad next time you see him... ; )

12 years ago

Hahaa, aren't we all looking to add to our collection. Glad to have you on Pinside!

12 years ago

gorilla, i bought my LotR off the route so i don't think it was yours. even with the WOZ i will be keeping the LotR.

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