I asked Dan from RMPS about selling my Mystery Castle which I am bringing to the show and this is what he said
" New this year, people that bring games are able to sell their first game at no cost and it is $35 for each additional game for sale. The game is also required to stay until 5:00 pm on Sunday. If the game sells and leaves early, there is a $75 game removal fee. "
So maybe Dan can confirm what he emailed me about selling games there.
So I would like to know if there is going to be a swap meet somewhere where people can sell items without having to buy a vendor booth? I have few parts to sell but not enough that I would want to buy a booth.
So maybe I need to email Dan to answer this but will there be a way for individuals to sell pinball items at the show without having to buy a vendor booth, like a outside flea market or some area for a few hours to sell some of our used items like I have a original Medieval Madness remake translight poster that I don't use after replacing mine with a 3d one from PPS?
Quoted from InfiniteLives:
how did the voting work? I did not cast a vote for anything. is there a list of winners anywhere?
Gun and Roses won big with three or 4 ribbons and rightly so but I got the First place Blue Ribbon for Best Of Modern Pinball with my Cirqus Voltaire with the prototype Color DMD at this years show.
Quoted from jar155:
It was good meeting you, Tim. Thanks for bringing both of the games you brought.
Nice meeting you too and for everyone that voted for CV. I have had pins for several years and have never gone to a show but it was worth the time and effort seeing everyone playing my CV. I thought there would have been more classic 90's Bally pins that were not there like, TOM, AFM, TZ, MB, SS and not two Mystery Castles.
Quoted from canoncitypb:
The color DMD games were great. An incredible improvement.
That color LED Color DMD used in CV was much brighter than an LCD and popped and looked more traditional with dots and no blending will be available since it is a LED. The said they are to release it later this month but would not give me pricing. CV was a diehard and never went down but it had an issue with balls getting stuck under a broken plastic which I sort of fixed by bending it up out of the way.
Quoted from ryanwanger:
I wonder if that was coincidence, or just that people think they're doing a better service to the community by bringing more rare games? All of those 90's pins you mentioned are available to play in several public locations along the front range.
I think a coincidence since it was a smaller show then some back east.
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