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ideas for a pinball party for noobs


By pezpunk

5 years ago



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    #1 5 years ago

    hey folks. someday soon i'm planning on having a party and inviting a bunch of friends over to play pinball. they are not pinheads at all, so i'm trying to think of ways to get them excited and engaged in the games, and make it fun for everybody. the lineup will be STTNG, Funhouse, Black Hole, MM.

    here are some ideas i'm considering:

    - getting a bunch of lottery scratchers or small bottles of booze, and award them as prizes to anyone who can reach certain achievements -- start Final Frontier on STTNG, reach 3-ball multiball on Black Hole, complete the mirror on Funhouse, defeat the King of Payne on MM. (probably limiting it to one per guest)

    - reset the high scores on all the games, and award prizes to the top three on each game at the end of the night.

    - maybe even hold some kind of mini-tournament at some point? any ideas for a format that can be completed quickly and easily?

    also, how do you guys think i should set up the games? extra balls enabled or disabled? should i set them up easy, normal, or brutal?

    any other ideas or suggestions are welcome.

    #2 5 years ago

    You're on the right track. Machines to 5 ball, extra balls on. Reset high scores and furthermore lower the default high scores. Have a mystery bag of prizes people grab from whenever they get a high score. For tournament, simple elimination where bottom scores in each round are out, keep going and last survivor wins. You really cannot make it too easy.

    Jack

    #3 5 years ago

    Sounds like a good time!
    Better not have it too soon, you're MMR might not come in as soon as you like and it will just be the three pins you have now. jk

    #4 5 years ago
    Quoted from z28dan:

    Sounds like a good time!
    Better not have it too soon, you're MMR might not come in as soon as you like and it will just be the three pins you have now. jk

    Oh it won't be before MMRLE arrives. So obviously no firm date or anything yet.

    #5 5 years ago

    Sounds like a great time. I want an invite haha.

    #6 5 years ago

    I don't want to sound like a dick, but why would you try and force your non pinball friends to play pinball?

    #7 5 years ago

    I guess I see his point. I have converted several friends to pinheads by inviting them over to play my collection. Once I play a couple games with them and show/explain the rules and what to shoot for, they're hooked.

    #8 5 years ago
    Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

    I don't want to sound like a dick, but why would you try and force your non pinball friends to play pinball?

    I mean ... If they don't want to play pinball they don't have to come. I'm not forcing anyone to do anything. Showing up at a pinball party I think implies some level of willingness to play pinball.

    #9 5 years ago

    I had a room and played songs. Some of the songs had a theme or something that matched a pinball machine. The person that got just of them right was the winner. The winner got s bottle of wine. We bet on the championship game. pick winner and score. The winner of the pool would be the person that picked the winner and was closest to the winners score. Tommy tournament is fun. One person blind fold hit the flippers. Their partner taps the should to inform when to hit the flipper button.

    #10 5 years ago

    Detailed instruction sheets.

    #11 5 years ago

    I had a pin night where each player played each machine 5 times and recorded their high score only. Each player was ranked 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc. Per each machine. At the end of the night who ever finished all machines with the lowest number of rankings won the night.

    #12 5 years ago
    Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

    I don't want to sound like a dick, but why would you try and force your non pinball friends to play pinball?

    Recruitment of noobs is highly encouraged in this hobby, although his MO may be a little off.

    If you have games at home, the best way to get your non pinhead friends hooked is to invite them over regularly. Once or twice a year won't do it. For the first shindig, keep it simple. Top 3 scores on MM get prizes. Don't divulge the prizes beforehand. They'll go for it.

    #13 5 years ago
    Quoted from pezpunk:

    - reset the high scores on all the games, and award prizes to the top three on each game at the end of the night.

    That'll be your best bet IMO.

    #14 5 years ago

    Id just go for the reset the high scores and set the games easy

    Keep it simple

    #15 5 years ago

    I've done this many times:

    You will find that noobs don't care at all about any rules.

    Even if you point out the "next shot" to them, they are only able to concentrate on keeping the ball alive.

    Set the free games on the lowest setting, noobs get excited when they hear the knocker.

    Unfortunately, all of the games you own are a nightmare for noobs.

    Try and find a single level, no ramp game (think Gorgar, Flash, EBD, Stellar Wars) and close off the outlanes.

    Don't be disappointed when all the guest leave the game room and pile up in the living room. It's just how it goes.

    #16 5 years ago

    I've found if it's a "tournament" with or without prizes, basically if there's any competition for score, that will intimidate some people away from playing. Better off just to tell them to keep it in play and have a good time. Switching to 5 ball might be a good idea for newbies.

    #17 5 years ago
    Quoted from vid1900:

    Unfortunately, all of the games you own are a nightmare for noobs.

    Noobs like easy bash toys and MM's castle is one of the best.

    To get them to shoot the ramps, you can tell them they'll hear Tina Fey.

    http://www.pinballnews.com/shows/expo2004/DanForden1.mp3

    #18 5 years ago
    Quoted from phishrace:

    Noobs like easy bash toys and MM's castle is one of the best.

    To get them to shoot the ramps, you can tell them they'll hear Tina Fey.

    Noobs can't hit a ramp. They did not grow up with pinball, thus they have absolutely zero skills.

    Even when I point out a super easy shot on Space Shuttle "Put the ball through this ramp for multiple balls at once", they can't do it - not at all.

    Any shot they hit is totally at random.

    Every noob tries MM at my house, and they always like it because it says funny things, but they never play it more than once. They move on to Ms. Pacman, or something simple.

    #19 5 years ago

    Before my first pinball party, I spent hours working out rule sheets for each machine in case anyone wanted to know the rules, making pin golf goals (easy, medium, hard) on separate signs to put on each machine, pin golf scorecards, the works. I had little prizes on a cute little display table, participation trophies, and a big scoreboard to keep track of how people were doing. All they wanted to do was play and bat the ball around. I still haven't gotten to use my stuff.

    Honestly, if I was doing it over, I'd let them just play for awhile, then maybe give them something to aim for, like destroying the castle. Then if people seem to play along with the competitive part, do something like a pin golf goal for each machine. Good luck, and I hope everyone has fun.

    #20 5 years ago

    Simultaneous play. One on the left, one on the right. First side to drain; does a shot, takes off an article of clothing, etc...

    #21 5 years ago
    Quoted from blondetall:

    All they wanted to do was play and bat the ball around.

    Yep.

    #22 5 years ago
    Quoted from pezpunk:

    - getting a bunch of lottery scratchers or small bottles of booze, and award them as prizes to anyone who can reach certain achievements -- start Final Frontier on STTNG, reach 3-ball multiball on Black Hole, complete the mirror on Funhouse, defeat the King of Payne on MM. (probably limiting it to one per guest)

    I like your ideas, but not a single one of your guests will reach any of these goals...not even on 5 ball.

    I'm wondering if the best idea is to just let people play, but go around and play a game with each of them - showing off a few flipper skills and nudging. That might be a better hook for people who don't know pinball than just rules explaining.

    #23 5 years ago
    Quoted from ryanwanger:

    I like your ideas, but not a single one of your guests will reach any of these goals...not even on 5 ball.

    yeah, i think you're right about that. hmmmm...

    #24 5 years ago

    Hoping to do something similar with some friends soon, and only one of them is a pinsider. I'm guessing that plenty of alcohol is the key to initiation. I like the idea of awarding little prizes for goals, but I dunno, it's not a baby shower. I think trying to explain the rules to new players is sort of like when you were a teenager and you just had to play that one special song for a friend because "See! See! DO YOU HEAR THAT???" Eventually you just listen to the music you like and don't push it on anyone else. Same with pinball. They either play and like it, or don't and move on.

    #25 5 years ago

    Also, not so sure that 5 ball is a good idea.

    Most newbs have trouble getting through 3 balls...

    #26 5 years ago

    I do like the idea of resetting all the high scores and making the defaults really low. Who doesn't like entering their initials into a game? Then later, make the rounds and say a little personal congrats to each person who put up the top score on each machine. Maybe that'll be a little incentive to play more in the future.

    #27 5 years ago
    Quoted from canea:

    Also, not so sure that 5 ball is a good idea.
    Most newbs have trouble getting through 3 balls...

    yeah i think i agree. i think shorter games might have a better chance of holding their attention. the last thing i want to do is bore them.

    #28 5 years ago

    I always set them to 5 ball, because it give a much better chance that they will hit 10,000 for the free game knocker.

    You will also laugh how many people call your pins "video games".

    #29 5 years ago

    ... or when they start a new game and keep pressing START... rack up a 4 player game and never notice.

    #30 5 years ago

    Forget the achievement based prizes, high score only. 3 ball. 4 player game, a bunch of people around each machine taunting each other is always fun. Looks like you have enough games to have 12 people and yourself and rotate the groups. Losers of each game take a shot. Whoever wins the most games at the end of the night (and can still stand upright) wins the scratchers.

    #31 5 years ago

    How do you reset high scores? Is there a way to reset High Scores but keep your other audits?

    I only have SAM Stern games

    There is an old high score on PotC from when I had on 5 balls.

    #32 5 years ago
    Quoted from rai:

    How do you reset high scores? Is there a way to reset High Scores but keep your other audits?
    I only have SAM Stern games
    There is an old high score on PotC from when I had on 5 balls.

    Util -> Resets

    One is called "GC" - which resets just the grand champion score. Another is called "HSTD" - which resets all other high scores.

    You can set default high scores and awards for them under: ADJ -> SPI. It's probably around #27-37. Take a look at the manual sometime - lots of cool stuff in there!

    #33 5 years ago

    Best way I have found is to have some sort of structured tournament (vs open play). Most people will follow the structure and get into the games as they compete and begin to win.

    #34 5 years ago

    Rather than make it a pinball focused party, just invite people over. Whenever I have a party my pins get the shit beat out of them regardless.

    The biggest pain in the ass is resetting machines with only 1-2 balls played. People have really short attention spans now.

    -2
    #35 5 years ago

    I never had a pinball party..i don't like people messing my machines up after I worked so hard to get them in beautiful condition, but if I did throw one I would probably have my guests just play 1 game on each machine and then total their score and the winner gets a shirt that says "I played Pinball with PEZPUNK and I loved it!"except my shirt would say something else silly and clever.

    #36 5 years ago

    Interesting thread--I could go on about this for a long while. I'll try to restrain myself and likely fail. Lots of good comments already.

    This sort of thing is what must keep many folks at Stern up at night--how do we get noobs interested enough to play pinball for even 5 minutes, let alone for a whole evening? How do we get that all-important "second coin drop"?

    Your average AC/DC fan will eagerly drop the first coin in that game, but apart from certain personality types, sadly the majority won't press Start a second time, because AC/DC is a difficult game even for very skilled, highly experienced players. The license gets that first coin, but any game has to be designed very carefully to earn the second from a pinball noob. You think this post is long? I bet Steve Ritchie could talk about this for days.

    We enthusiasts who count playing as one of the key parts of our enjoyment of the hobby love deep games, but the honest truth is that MOST pinball machines--even the simplest designs--are very intimidating/confusing and quickly frustrating to the vast majority of people, even avid video gamers, who don't have basic flipper, ball physics recognition, and other skills we simply take for granted after years and years of experience. We don't have to think at all about so much of what noobs find completely overwhelming.

    For a noob, there is only one rule--keep the ball in play as long as possible. That's it, and that's REALLY HARD for 98% of noobs. Even the language we use when talking about games, totally natural to us, sounds like swahili to a noob. Most instruction cards might as well be printed in Mandarin Chinese. Again, they're for us--not first-time players, who simply can't understand more than half the words printed on the card in the context of the game rules.

    Especially for people who don't like doing something they can't feel competent at quickly, or at least appear to others like they are, pinball is a very quick turn-off because the learning curve is a long, gentle slope--failure comes quickly and frequently for a long time early on. The balance of reward and frustration is absolutely critical in game design.

    After all, the machine is designed to take as many coins as possible while not seeming like a blatant rip-off. They're not built to gently support the noobiest noob and spark and nurture a just-begun passion and interest.

    Some people will humor you and show up and play a game or even just a ball or two, but the truth is likely they're just there to hang out with you and be your friend, regardless of what's around or what the evening's theme is, and that's just fine. Go on in to the living room after they flee in frustration and bewilderment and enjoy their company and be happy they're there--they could be anywhere else, after all.

    It's so hard for us in this community to see it sometimes because at a base level we're very like-minded. I very much wish it weren't the case, but acquiring enough skill to play and enjoy pinball at even the most casual level takes much, much more than just an evening.

    #37 5 years ago
    Quoted from canea:

    Also, not so sure that 5 ball is a good idea.
    Most newbs have trouble getting through 3 balls...

    Totally agree on this. Two balls is usually what they will do if they never played before.

    Also, a lot don't know that the knocker is a good thing. They either think they broke the machine or don't notice it at all.

    Just let them hangout, play, eat, drink and talk. Most will try a few games out of curiosity. Only a few will play off and on throughout the night. The latter are the ones you want to groom.

    #38 5 years ago

    Our noobs party plan always centers around the simplest, most straight forward pin in our arcade - Eight Ball = straight forward, minimum rules, 5 ball battle hitting obvious targets, always feeling you could do better. At 11:00 (pm) top three scores playoff for first choice of three bottles of wine. Results have always been, that by midnight, guests want to know when next gathering is and are arguing about what machine should be the prize machine next time. Set the hook and reel gently. Final thought: our beer, wine, booze consumption is much, much less than at our other football, bbq, holiday etc gatherings!?!

    #39 5 years ago
    Quoted from jwilson:

    Rather than make it a pinball focused party, just invite people over. Whenever I have a party my pins get the shit beat out of them regardless.
    The biggest pain in the ass is resetting machines with only 1-2 balls played. People have really short attention spans now.

    this is sort of what i want to avoid, and i think adding some casual structure of some kind is the way to do it - either by competition or by setting goals (and offering token rewards either way). just asking them to start games and make up their own objectives is asking them to walk away disinterested, in my opinion.

    i think i'll offer the scratchers / booze for the objectives i originally mentioned, knowing full well it's extremely unlikely anyone will get close to the Final Frontier on STTNG or whatever, but i'll offer them just so they can realize there is, you know, "end game" content, progression, etc, on these tables. i think that is something most non-pinball people don't realize.

    i'm thinking i'll leave the option open for a single-elimination tournament if people seem up for it. you never know. i'll keep thinking about this, though ... the party likely won't be for a while.

    #40 5 years ago

    A PRO-AM tournament is what I am going to do for some of my other hobbyist friends Pinball NOOBS (scuba divers).

    The PROS, some of my friends from pinball leagues... will be teamed up with 2 NOOBS on a game. The pro will show the noobs the game, and how the various parts / pieces work. then set the game to 3 player. The combined score of the team results in the standing. Not just # scores from readout, but where the ams come in in the rankings. for example PRO John come in 2nd out of all the 5 pros at the tourney - he gets a score of X. AMS Bill and Fred come in 3rd and 7th out of the 10 NOOBS at the party. they get a score of Y ....assign your own point scale ...high or low ..

    Combine the scores of the Pro AM TEAM for total result. Total score that wins is high or low however you do the scale, The Pro has a vested interest in making sure his NOOBS perform well. He coaches them in the practice session, and also in the game. So they have a tutor with them at all times. And they can do silly shit like 'name their team' before the tourney.

    Make prizes at party to generate excitement ....bottle of booze, etc. You can also have a prize for PROS only and have their tourney run concurrently. A sleeve of new pinballs for example.

    AND ....you can have at the same time....the NOOBS compete against each other for the best of all their scores as well .... king of the NOOBS so to speak. Pros draw NOOBS name from a hat for fairness , no wives coached under spouses ...asking for trouble if you do.

    make an excel spreadsheet and put it on the tv in room so people can view the LIVE standings. have a halftime break - eat drink. etc OR.....switch up teams at halftime!!! RE - Draw names!!!

    You could do pingolf this way also, but noobs may struggle to hit targets.

    Whaddya think ?

    #41 5 years ago

    Goals and contests will bore them unless you make some fun dr king game around making a certain shot. Otherwise keep the drinks near the machines and encourage batting the balls around casually. Some will fall inove but most will like the destraction but not really care. That's ok.

    #42 5 years ago
    Quoted from vid1900:

    Don't be disappointed when all the guest leave the game room and pile up in the living room. It's just how it goes.

    Exactly how it goes. I would just throw a party with friends and have plenty of wine for the women to drink and socialize. Usually the noobies will play 2-3 games and then they lose their attention span. You may try and show them some videos of Bowen playing the game on youtube for a minute or show them some videos of flipper techniques. Too often I see newbies just slapping away with both flippers at the same time and draining quickly. A quick tutorial will help with their skills and improve game time and enjoyment. If they can learn to control the ball and cradle,it will help them learn to aim for objectives. Another idea is to have them partner up. Pinball is always more enjoyable when you share the experience. Whoever gets the high score out of five games receives a prize? Also just do it for an hour or so and have other activities planned. Keep it short and simple-so you do not lose the sheep.

    Quoted from jwilson:

    The biggest pain in the ass is resetting machines with only 1-2 balls played. People have really short attention spans now.

    Yes it is hard to keep people focused, makes me want to have them leave their cell phone at the door.

    Quoted from P1n84LLW1z4rd:

    I never had a pinball party..i don't like people messing my machines up after I worked so hard to get them in beautiful condition, but if I did throw one I would probably have my guests just play 1 game on each

    The precious...LOL

    #43 5 years ago

    This is a little off topic. I have a couple of pins that I kinda loan out at times. I take them to the kids school when they have a reward day, friends parties, local tournaments, casual wedding receptions of friends, church lock-ins and any other occasion that friends request them. Set them up on free play and let them have at it. This has exposed many "noobs" to pinball and re-energized older players to start collecting or playing again. I don't put them any place where they will get abused but I always make sure the beer seal is in good shape. I've even been known to bring a pacman, area 51 or old beater CD juke. Before anyone asks, I don't charge to set them up or allow coin drop. I've never had an issue with any permits or city officials.

    #44 5 years ago
    Quoted from P1n84LLW1z4rd:

    I never had a pinball party..i don't like people messing my machines up after I worked so hard to get them in beautiful condition, but if I did throw one I would probably have my guests just play 1 game on each machine and then total their score and the winner gets a shirt that says "I played Pinball with PEZPUNK and I loved it!"except my shirt would say something else silly and clever.

    Well don't you sound like a bowl full of sunshine. If all my friends and family wanted to come over to my house and play my games every day, I couldn't be happier. I want everyone that plays my games to get the same enjoyment that I get out them. Plus, parties are just awesome and add pinball parties are even better.

    What I do is have something else that is going on to get the people over my house like a card game. then once they are in the gambling mood, I have everyone put 5 bucks into an envelope for each game that I have (only have 4). then I reset all the high scores on all the games. then I tell them, whomever has the highest score on each game by 6 am gets the envelope (I am not allowed to participate). If you give a gambler an opportunity to win $150 bucks by only putting up 5 (typically have 30 people at my annual card game), I don't care what it is, they will participate and get really into it.

    #45 5 years ago
    Quoted from chuckwurt:

    What I do is have something else that is going on to get the people over my house like a card game. then once they are in the gambling mood, I have everyone put 5 bucks into an envelope for each game that I have (only have 4). then I reset all the high scores on all the games. then I tell them, whomever has the highest score on each game by 6 am gets the envelope (I am not allowed to participate).

    I would be all about this.

    #46 5 years ago
    Quoted from ryanwanger:

    I would be all about this.

    Anytime you are in KY, you are welcome to play at my house.

    #47 5 years ago
    Quoted from bobhvacguy:

    A PRO-AM tournament is what I am going to do for some of my other hobbyist friends Pinball NOOBS (scuba divers).
    The PROS, some of my friends from pinball leagues... will be teamed up with 2 NOOBS on a game. The pro will show the noobs the game, and how the various parts / pieces work. then set the game to 3 player. The combined score of the team results in the standing. Not just # scores from readout, but where the ams come in in the rankings. for example PRO John come in 2nd out of all the 5 pros at the tourney - he gets a score of X. AMS Bill and Fred come in 3rd and 7th out of the 10 NOOBS at the party. they get a score of Y ....assign your own point scale ...high or low ..
    Combine the scores of the Pro AM TEAM for total result. Total score that wins is high or low however you do the scale, The Pro has a vested interest in making sure his NOOBS perform well. He coaches them in the practice session, and also in the game. So they have a tutor with them at all times. And they can do silly shit like 'name their team' before the tourney.
    Make prizes at party to generate excitement ....bottle of booze, etc. You can also have a prize for PROS only and have their tourney run concurrently. A sleeve of new pinballs for example.
    AND ....you can have at the same time....the NOOBS compete against each other for the best of all their scores as well .... king of the NOOBS so to speak. Pros draw NOOBS name from a hat for fairness , no wives coached under spouses ...asking for trouble if you do.
    make an excel spreadsheet and put it on the tv in room so people can view the LIVE standings. have a halftime break - eat drink. etc OR.....switch up teams at halftime!!! RE - Draw names!!!
    You could do pingolf this way also, but noobs may struggle to hit targets.
    Whaddya think ?

    Sounds like a lot of fun. A variation of this I heard yesterday is to have a tournament with teams of 2 people (maybe one experienced player and one noob), and play three games on each machine, combining the scores. One game by each of the two players and then the last game have one person control the left flipper and the other person control the right flipper. Then watch the hilarity ensue.

    #48 5 years ago

    The answer is PINGOLF. Set up an easy goal for each game with a par number of shots. Make it 6 holes, 3 holes to achieve a task, 3 holes to achieve a score.

    STTNG
    Hole 1
    Hit the back center hole
    Par 2

    Funhouse
    Hole 2
    hit the steps ramp 1 time
    Par 3

    Black Hole
    Hit the front left scoop
    Par 3

    STTNG
    Hole 4
    Score XXX Points
    Par XX ETC.................

    I have done this for 2 different party's and it has gone over well.

    Also asked them to each put a dollar anywhere they wanted on a selected game. The highest 1 ball score takes the cash.....this was a lot of fun too, done before pingolf started...my 2 cents
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    #49 5 years ago

    Have everyone put in $5 on a game of their choice and highest score (at the end of the night, granted the games are in even numbers) takes the pot.

    Make game specific goals mixed with drinking - ex: if anyone cracks into the top 4, everyone drinkd, everytime someone gets 3-ball on Funhouse everyone drinks, lock Pin-bot's eyes, drink. Makes people start paying attention to other people playing.

    Also, disable/hide arcade/MAME machine if you have one, otherwise they will just spend the night playing Track & Field and TMNT (nothing wrong with that either).

    #50 5 years ago
    Quoted from thedefog:

    Also, disable/hide arcade/MAME machine if you have one, otherwise they will just spend the night playing Track & Field and TMNT (nothing wrong with that either).

    hmm maybe i'll tell them I have TMNT to get them to come, but then when they arrive it'll just be the NES version. THAT oughta keep em playing the pins!

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