I'd like to use this thread to gather the experiences of the attendees and the creators of the custom pins in the Multimorphic P-ROC-powered custom pinball booth at expo. We had 6 machines for play in that area: two Buffy the Vampire Slayer pins, Casino, Deadpin, Doom, Ironman HD, and Total Annihilation.
It's great to see people walk up and enjoy and appreciate our games. Expo is the one of the few times a year we get together and share our work with the public. We all know we aren't spooky, JJP, or Stern and even if we do use the same board as Dutch Pinball, we aren't them, either --at least not yet. We know there isn't much industry impact on what we do, so most podcasts pay us no mind. And really, we are also sorry that you aren't going to be able to buy games from us. Attendees often ask, "so why are you doing this?" and ... I don't know if any of us are sure why we are doing it.
I can tell you it fills us all with great pride to share these machines with the attendees of Expo, that's for sure.
So, thank you to those of you to those of you who stopped by and played our games. Those who paid us even backhanded complements were enormously helpful and made it much harder to return to our normal day jobs today.
If you have any thoughts, comments, pictures, videos, or...anything, please post/link them here. Especially video. It seems we were all too busy socializing and talking shop to take any of our own games.
Finally, an enormous thank you goes out to Gerry Stellenberg for making the P-ROC and for inviting us all to expo to show off our games. We would not be there without his great work, and the work of Adam Preble on the pyprocgame framework.