Quoted from Almost4200hp:
No its not. It's made in Britain. We're not in the euro gang anymore
Making it even more cheaper for all of us
Quoted from thewool:
you mentioned "transferring the remaining value from the soon to be bankrupt Heighway Pinball to their new (and debt free) Pinball Brothers company"
To make a statement like this I take it you have actual proof?
And such things are illegal in most countries but the timeframe can change, in some it's like only 6 months or 1 year.
So if they immediately moved assets last year and kept HWP alive until the period had passed, it's possible they are safe now.
All speculation from my part - but if they did something they may be legally ok but I hope then that they won't get customers anymore in their new venture.. I'd think they've burnt most of their goodwill now in the pinball community can't imagine they could find new customers to sell 100's of games if they can get them produced in a new company..
Quoted from Lamprey:
I don't, but I do have one of the 28" limited edition LE Backglass posters from Brian Allen. Was really looking forward to hanging that in a room with an Alien pin. But, I don't think that's going to happen now. I wonder if there is any market for the signed & numbered poster?
I also have 2 of these. I'm in Belgium so if anyone in Europe is interested then let me know..
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