In the past I owned a bunch of pinball games and a bunch of electro-mechanical arcade games. Now I don't own any games. I enjoy playing pinball and EM arcade games.
2 of my previous EM games are in Texas at a retirement community. I like the games by Wayne Neyens and Ed Krynski, but the SS from Bally and Williams in the last 10 years they were in business are some of my favorites............I would say Whirlwind and Funhouse were in the top tier. Also had some Data East that were great fun........'wrong hat". Only NIB I had was the Simpsons Pinball Party.........loved that game.
I enjoy the history, art, and technology of EM and SS games. Good to see Stern and some other companies still making games.......always room for more. I play the Future and Visual pin games on my PC......... keeps me enjoying the pin experience without taking up space. Many of the PC versions are quite good. I recommend you visit the Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas, NV and the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, CA.