So cars have replaced boobs on the new "Family Friendly" Pinside?
Every time I look at TH, my first impression is the PF is wide open and there's not alot to do. Then I remember the 4 pop up "trolls", the independent drop targets and the interactive dragon. These extra elements, which are not immediately obvious on a still PF shot, combined with Keith's epic coding, and there will be a huge amount of depth in this.
Quoted from Pinzzz:
Is that a stand-up target on the curve of the right out-lane?.
Maybe if you are able to nudge the ball in the right out-lane to hit that stand-up target.It might save the ball and put another ball back in play?.
The playfield is Stunning!
Looks like there is also a pop up post in the left outlane - anyone know what thats for?
Love how JJP makes use of the outlanes.
Is TH in its current form (as per the photo) going to be at Expo?
Expo is shaping up to be huge......
Lol. Pinside Top 100 strikes again. If it goes the way of GOT on the Top 100, it's going to settle at 60th.
Quoted from clg:
Interesting idea. Haven't played one yet but wonder if they could use this as a way to block some shots requiring you to hit the orbit and use the upper flipper to hit a shot since it is blocked with the lower flippers. That would create a nice combo you would need to hit that Keith would no doubt tie in with some other things to pile on the pressure but make it more rewarding when you hit it.
Great idea. You may have found the answer to the upper flipper question.
Quoted from plinde1:
I know some people do not like the linear play aspect, but with so many modes/diversity (already) it feels more open ended then any other "mode based" game, I have ever played before.
I'm sure this has been covered somewhere, but when you say linear, how are the modes selected? Is it completely linear like always starting with the same mode and progressing through to the end? Or are you able to select modes somehow? Or is it random?
Have any of the new owners changed the actual flippers yet? Being such a beautiful and polished looking game, the regular yellow flippers look out of place. Wondering what people have tried and how it looks.
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