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Quoted from VolunteerPin:
Well, yet again I'm purchasing anpin SOLEY on Pinside feedback. I have never play let alone seen AS and I have a pro coming next week
Honestly, this concept has really never lead me wrong. Hopefully this pans out too. Simply a friend of mine who I've done a few deals with texts me the other day and asks me if I want his. Hard to say no!
I'll post more next week when I get my Pro and will be looking for some info on code. On that line of bought, the Pavo England posts were pretty helpful. Is there a rule sheet somewhere I can review?
It's a F ing GREAT GAME!
Quoted from djreddog:
From the beginning:
- Start Walk This Way. Finish it for Super Ramps
- Shoot scoop. Select Last Child. Finish it for Super orbits
- Lock 4-5 balls
- Start Elevator MB to get rewarded with a 4 or 5 ball Elevator MB instead of the usual 3
- Shoot scoop - Select Sweet Emotion
- Start Toybox Multi-Ball
- Shoot ramps and orbits to collect all super shots
- Never let auto-plunge engage, always short plunge to avoid SDTM or straight down the right outlane when the ball gets shot out of the pops.
Gotta be thinking of X build ups as well.
Quoted from pinballaddicted:
AS is an awesome game. Surprised us how good the game really is and we have had our machine for 5 months. Be careful if you do not like Lonnie as the programmer. My wife and I like Lonnie s rule sets as they are extremely easy to understand. Lonnie always gets you in to the machine straight away as you can easily work out your objectives. For us Lonnie Rocks! The rule set on AS is plenty deep enough!
Lonnie did a great job on this one! Not deep but FUN for sure. Just got through lighting it up.
Quoted from TheFamilyArcade:
Anyone here also have SW, GOTG or BM66? Which do you prefer?
I swear, I enjoy all these games when I play them, but I cannot get enough Aerosmith. I think it’s more fun and has more satisfying shots than the others. I worry that if I bought one, one day I’d wake up and be bored by the code, but maybe not?
I will say that as much as I enjoyed the AS LCD sequences the first few times I played it, it now seems overly simple and kinda dull compared to the other three games I mentioned.
BM66 is a long term keeper because of the code and what’s coming
I really like my AS too though. I wouldn’t want it to be my only pin though
I'm far from a "pro" player and bricking shot after shot on AFM, at least at first makes it "clunky" or "bricky" to me Just like TWD, but when you get it dialed in the flow and combos are excellent on both.
Missed shots that punish you like those two make it "clunky" in that regard imo. BM66 is far from that to me.
Quoted from rotordave:
Dunno - build an asset base that will provide for your family and create a legacy long after you’re dead?
Funny you mention a hearse - after 2 years off the road, today my hearse is drivable again!
New fuel lines, brake lines, and an ECU issue sorted out.
Just gotta finish off a little underfloor surface rust and I’ll be off to get me some licence plates!!
You need some Texas license plates for that bad boy. And of course a luggage rack.
And yes, a legacy is great and priority number 1 and/or 1A, BUT if you don't "blow some $$$" and have fun with our own hard work then our kids and grandkids will be doing it for us!
Dani already has 200 pins to inherit, what more does she want?
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