I guess an original Vacation America may be the only option now.
Quoted from unigroove:
What I find interesting about the whole situation is the different ways various companies operate. CGC announces a delay on when introducing their new game to get it completely right. Another company rushed various games to release with hardly any code in it. JJP announces a game, but it won't go into production for 6 months, while it's gets tested, improved and code expanded in the meantime. So many different approaches.
And everybody's favorites have to be those upstart companies that dangle dream themes like carrots and watch all the pre-order money come flying in.
Quoted from whthrs166:
This would bring an end to CGC's pinball Gig!
I'm almost certain they probably still have most of the dies and molds for the long awaited VAR. They won't be letting us down!
They know how to make a buck without the hassles of licensing or starting all over from scratch.
Quoted from pinballwil:
Some of you don't take your shit seriously also.
Take this seriously then.
I'm really hoping the reason this is taking so long is they want to get it right but can't decide if Mary Anne or Ginger should have pole position on the translite of the new and improved and fully upgraded with new art and video clips... GIr.
Quoted from Rdoyle1978:
I would be very curious to see if there would be a way to retrofit this alleged new code into an original game. Would it fit on a chip? (Doubtful I suppose, especially if there are new animations)
Quoted from jcoble:
It has been months since their website or Facebook page was updated. It is weird they have gone dark with such an anticipated release supposedly imminent. If they have a marketing manager, it makes you wonder what that guy or gal is doing all day, doesn't it?
They've got bigger fish to fry, and probably more money to be made and less headaches on some of their other ventures.
Quoted from JMK:
A bit off topic, I wonder how successful their Arcade Legends 3 release turned out to be?
I own Arcade Legends 2 and I think they removed some very popular titles from Arcade Legends 3 (ie: no more Robotron or Burger Time). Wonder if that was a licensing issue?...
I don't know man, but they sure get a pretty penny anytime you want to add games.
Quoted from Ericpinballfan:
Unless its Batman66 and you just look at it.
Even though I don't own it any more, when I went to my buddy's house where he had all the recent LEs lined up all in a row and had just set up his IMDN LE,
I found the BM66 to be the most enjoyable playing experience of them all. The KissLE not so much.
"As with all our products we strive to make the best game possible for our customers"
Quoted from mamemaster:
Did you guys not notice Jeffpinballpalace post above? It 100% Monsterbash!
They just received UL certification for it! I thought that was great detective work.
If you weren't so overly excited with all that money burning a hole in your pocket, you might have noticed it was flynnibus that did the detective work.
Quoted from TheLaw:
Where the parts a snot green color? Maybe to keep them from spreading that plague look around?
No this was stainless and looked to have a standard lockdown bar so maybe the games are now a little narrower?
Definitely a big gap I never saw on an original Williams game. It was really funky putting your hands on there if you actually want to play it.
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