I know some people get irritated when people ask for help picking games. I get it, everyone has different tastes. But I really want to change up my lineup, and due to COVID and other issues, I have not played location pinball in ages (and don't see it happening soon). Some of the games I want I've played a bit, others I have not played.
If you could pick 3 of the following games (based on fun-factor, and variety amongst the group) which games would you pick? I'd like games that have some variety from each other and from what I have now.
Star Wars Comic Premium - I've played this the most of the games on my list and I like it quite a bit. I sold a HUO T2 last year and I miss the flow. This seems like a good flow, but also a good rules-based replacement.
Deadpool Premium - I've played this a fair amount of times, and I really like it. I'm not sure how well it will do in a home. Does the challenge / rules / "humor" hold up in a home? Not a critical factor, but my wife's not a huge fan of this game.
Jurassic Park Premium - I've only played this game a few times. Seemed kinda fun, but it was loud and I ultimately had no idea what I was supposed to do. Got bored just flailing around, but after watching some rules videos, it sounds really cool. Not a huge JP fan, but the rules seem up my alley. How similar to AIQ?
Avengers: IQ Premium - Never played this game. Watched a few streams and the rules seem really fun. LOVE the concept of the limited flip modes. I'm really neutral on the theme, but the flow and Elwin rules (from what people say) have me interested. How similar to JP3?
Elvira's HOH Premium - Played this on very early code and I'm mixed. I really LOVE my Scared Stiff. When I played EHOH I didn't like it as much as SS, but I've heard it's come a long way. Never had a Lyman game before, so I don't know how much I'd dig that, but it seems like Elvira/Lyman would be right up my alley.
JJP GNR LE - Never played this game. Used to love GNR a million years ago, but am pretty neutral now as the music is sorta played out. I'm not confident I would like the constant multiball rules, but the concert-in-a-box concept sounds really fun, and it sounds different from anything else I own.
Hot Wheels - Don't laugh. Never played it, but I own and really like Oktoberfest, and always liked Full Throttle. This seems like it might be a good hybrid of the two. I had no interest on launch, but watched some Jack Danger streams and it seems like it could be fun. Might fill my missing T2 itch?
I'm also open to other suggestions, but want to stick with newish stuff to mix it up. I wouldn't be surprised if I ended up getting most of these games over time. But with no location playing in sight, I want to prioritize a few of these games that would make a good and diverse addition to my lineup.
Thanks for any insights!