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    Spanish-made Pinball Machines owners Club - "Simple and Fast Fiesta!" Post #71 in topic

    Posted 19 months ago by DavidPinballWizz – in All clubs (...members only!) ‐ Last reply 6 months ago

    I'm in.. Inder Canasta '86!

  • ALL

    Greetings from Spain!!! Post #15 in topic

    Posted over 2 years ago by madmack – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 2 years ago

    Yup, there are a good amount here. Not as easy to find as over there though. Was considering importing a Jolly Park, but eventually found the "right one" over here. The most "iconic" pinball made in Spain is Canasta 86 of INDER. Search for it, its fast, simple, pure adrenaline and fun... belive me! The evolution of Canasta 86 could be 250 CC

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    Name titles that are pseudo-sequels Post #17 in topic

    Posted over 7 years ago by jlm33 – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 7 years ago

    Guess you all forgot that one... Canasta 86 - New Canasta

  • PIN

    WOZ LCD Monitor? Not quite..... Post #5 in topic

    Posted over 10 years ago by FlipperMagician – in Website ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    I find it quite strange and disappointing that they chose to use the same playfield layout as Canasta '86. It was outdated then, and is extremely outdated now with no ramps, toys etc. I know this is about the LCD, but I just can't get over the simplistic playfield. I don't recall the price on one of these, but it can't be more than 3 grand or so, right? 4,000 Euros, current exchange rates put that at around $5,350 US dollars. Too much as the article mentioned.

  • ALL

    New Pinball Company trying to start up "Marsa Play" from Spain Post #7 in topic

    Posted over 12 years ago by LorenZ – in All Pinball ‐ Last reply over 10 years ago

    This pin is a remake of the "canasta '86" I hope I would have the chance to test one. I wonder why they didn't keep square bumpers : a spanish tradition! [att=12528,155357]

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