By PinFascination

May 06, 2024

This story got frontpaged on May 15, 2024

21 days ago

"Growing up, I lived near an arcade during the summer where pinball machines were among the many awesome games I got to play. As a kid, the adventure was in accumulating tickets for those godawful prizes, but most of the time it was expensive, and the pinball machines were in an 'adult area.' Consequently, I didn't get to play as many pinball games as I wanted. However, I do recall classics such as 'The Addams Family' and 'Elvira,' but 'South Park' holds the fondest memories for me. Its vulgarity and hilarity appealed to me and my immature friends at the time. It wasn't until the pandemic hit that I truly appreciated pinball machines. I was lucky enough to rent a few for home use and fell in love all over again with the nostalgia and rush of the game. I'm officially hooked, and ever since owning my first pinball machine, I believe I'll be hooked for the long haul."

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