Quoted from Rarehero:
$299 gets you a Nintendo Switch
Unfortunately, the going price of these units seems closer to $400 right now.
Quoted from AUKraut:
The perfect theme that hasn't been done that would make a *killer* pin:
Big Trouble in Little China
Just remember what ol’ Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big ol’ storm right square in the eye and he says, "Give me your best shot, pal. I can take it."
Quoted from vireland:
Having played DI extensively now, it's a great game, way better than Hobbit, but still not as good as WoZ. It needs some mid-tier modes to break up the wood-chopping disaster collection. Something like Melt the Witch to mark a halfway point. Having to do a bunch of disasters in one go every time with nothing to break it up is too monotonous. Plus they need another "earned" Multiball instead of the main one and the random quick ones. Given that some of the modes don't have animated characters (just motionless ones on the phone), it's pretty clear this isn't quite done. Needs a little more attention to be an all-time great. Pretty confident JJP will refine it a bit more.
There is the Armageddon mini-wizard mode. You have to get through all the modes. Not necessarily beat them. The main wizard mode is showdown, which I'll likely never get to. It's just too hard to collect those sim cards for me.
Quoted from vireland:
Right, but the point is you have to drive a LONG stretch of modes to get to A wizard mode, whether the booby prize or the main event. There should be a mode at the halfway point (or thereabouts) to break up the monotony.
Yeah, it is a long stretch. Who knows. They may add one in. JJP has a great track record of improving software.
You do get a "participation bonus" if you get no other bonuses. I found that pretty funny.
Quoted from PanzerFreak:
Absolutely! A new Back to the Future trilogy pinball machine by JJP would be incredible, especially with a deep objective based ruleset by Keith Johnson and all of the cool lighting effects the team could pull off with the platform.
Back to the Future is a huge license and is still incredibly popular like Ghostbusters.
Imagine an LE with armor made out brushed grade 304 stainless steel, the exact same grade of stainless used on the Delorean?! Then have the sides laser etched along with interior cabinet lighting (Stern Star Trek LE style) for time circuit lighting effects. Hot damn, take my money now!
Delorian, Flux capacitor, Clock tower and hover board toys.
Theme for the display could change based off what year (mode) you're currently in.
Tons of possibilities
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