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Haggis Pinball - new Australian Pinball Company


By ausretrogamer

1 year ago



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    #1 1 year ago

    From the Haggis Pinball FB page:

    Join a new Australian Pinball company on their journey to make their first ever pinball machine.

    In this first episode, we meet one of Haggis Pinball's founders and get an insight into their pinball journey

    Link: https://www.facebook.com/303828336848631/videos/231643351038413/

    #6 1 year ago
    Quoted from Yoko2una:

    Haggis? As in that gross Scottish pudding that may or may not still be illegal to serve in the US?

    That’s the one

    2 months later
    #49 1 year ago

    Upcoming Melbourne pinball events here - http://pinballscore.com/

    10 months later
    #60 8 months ago

    Had the pleasure of playing CELTS at Flipout 2019 this weekend, and, WOW, it blew us away. The build quality is phenomenal (felt solid, like an LE machine), the art package suits the theme (looks wonderful / colourful in person), the audio & video are in keeping with immersing you in the theme (who doesn’t like bagpipes!) & most importantly the gameplay & shots were right on the money - shots feel satisfying! The upper playfield is a great addition in providing variety to the game (nudging the ball up there gave us a buzz). Oh yeah, the price was also mind blowing - extremely fair and reasonable, starting from AUD$7,050. Can’t wait to see / play the finished product - it will only get better. Haggis Pinball should be proud, well done.

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    #70 8 months ago
    Quoted from gliebig:

    Any pics of the middle playfield around the stand ups with the glass off? It's hard to make anything out with the glare.

    Couldn’t upload the vid direct, but you can check it out here (Twitter): https://twitter.com/ausretrogamer/status/1188744959001653249?s=20

    #74 8 months ago
    Quoted from cait001:

    There's an upper playfield?
    I would love to see detailed photos of the game without the glass on so I can get a better idea of the playfield. I can't watch any of the videos here.

    source pic: https://www.pinballnews.com/site/2019/10/17/pinball-expo-2019-3/

    Just a clarification - it is a single level playfield with a (third) flipper in the upper area (sorry for any confusion caused).

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    #78 8 months ago
    Quoted from Manny65:

    There's a sourcer (VUK) at the boar, the horseshoe loop has a switch (under the Caber Toss sign) and there are standup targets on either side of the horseshoe entrances (ie 4 in total). Some of the modes like battling a clan require hitting the horseshoe (awards points to your clan) but avoiding the standups (awards points to the opposition clan) and it's the first to a certain number of points. So accurate shooting is key to progress through the modes.

    Thanks manny65 - much better explanation than I could’ve done. Really enjoyed this at Flipout 2019.

    2 weeks later
    #79 7 months ago

    Our interview with Haggis Pinball Founder and CEO, Damian Hartin, has been published. Please have a read here:

    http://www.ausretrogamer.com/made-in-australia-haggis-pinball/

    Lots of photos of their factory setup and also their debut machine, Celts.

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