I see three magnets arranged in an Addams Family Power formation.
Colourful and attractive, but also pretty 'safe'. Nothing surprising, but looks like it should play well. Definitely a game designed to attract coin drop on location above all else. Groot arms on the LE are a good touch though, they really do add a sense of scale to the model.
Bear in mind that one thing we have not seen any sign of yet is how well the theme is integrated using the screen.
Quoted from markp99:
The asymmetrical offset between the flippers an apron/outhole trips an OCD flag for me.
It shouldn't do; it actually makes the entire playfield, and the shots from the flippers to the playfield top, *more* symmetrical. You can see it more clearly on the LE, with the hands at the sides and the head and flipper gap both lining up directly with the centre. It's a very John Borg trait that he picked up from Pat Lawlor but has really made his own.
Quoted from cooked71:
I'm ok with plastic ramps, especially on a busy playfield like this - there's already enough obstruction. And they're fast and smooth.
But since GB, the plastic they're using on these has become so thin. Anyone worked on the GBLE subway ramp??? It's like 1mm thick. It's like the plastic they use for food packaging.
As a result, they've had to make these plastic ramps on GOTG in 2 pieces - there's an ugly metal join on both ramps. They'll seem less smooth and more "rattly". But with how thin the plastic is they've had no choice.
Remember how long, smooth and fast those TWD ramps are?? Iron Man?? Single piece ramps. Ah, the good old days.....remember Sam?
The ramps are each made in two pieces because they cross over themselves. You can't make a ramp mould that does this, nor could you fit a single piece through the backboard like that.
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