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FT: Seawitch, NoVa SOLD


By westofrome

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Looking to trade a working players Seawitch, ideally with cash added on my end. This is the machine that was formerly on location at Volleyball House in Maryland. Everything is pretty well-worn but it works. Thought I would put out a feeler since Greatwitch John is taking preorders on new playfields now.

Trade me a higer value game and put the cash toward a new playfield, backglass, etc. for a winter project. I like the game but don't love it and was hoping someone with more skills and passion for Seawitch would be into a restore winter project. Very open to offers. I will try to get some pics up later.

#2 4 years ago

My Jackbot's for sale but shipping kind of a MEH when talking about this kind of a trade. =\

#3 4 years ago

Yeah, hoping for a local deal, but could probably take it to PAPA in March if I still have it then.

#4 4 years ago

Does this have same art layout and gameplay as star gazer ?

#5 4 years ago

No, art is better on stargazer, gameplay is better on seawitch.

#6 4 years ago

That's debatable...

And I'd know since both of them got used side by side in TPF tournaments last year and I got to the finals for B Div Classics.

If you like a more traditional layout, comparitively, Seawitch is definitely for you. If you want something a little quirky with some strange mechanics and superior art (imo) then Stargazer. Seawitch will not kick your wallet in the nuts (usually)...Stargazer will, regardless of condition. The flipper/sling layout of Stargazer makes it a much harder pin to me, but a cleared Seawitch is a real beast too.

Love both, would take both in an instant if I had a way, but bang for the buck sure goes to Seawitch. I feel like they're right side by side in terms of "fun-to-playness" though...not much of a divide.

#7 4 years ago

Some pics, tried to highlight the major wear spots. Has new levelers, acorns, blue shield to stop stuck balls and a rebuilt trough switch assembly. I like the game but I only have room for two pins in the house (and that's pushing it) so would like to mix things up rather than commit to a full restore on this.

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