Quoted from evileye:
Wow, can’t believe you’re thinking of letting it go. Your game is a work of art. Lots of great games for sale right now, but I’m going to think long and hard about yours. Just a bit more than I’m willing to spend, but I know you put a lot into it.
Next game better be an Avengers LE to keep the stoplight theme you got.
I've really enjoyed bringing this pin to where it is, and I had the vision for it long before I was ever able to acquire it. I really like the theme, the game looks and shows great, but as much as I want to love playing it, I'm at the point where it doesn't draw me back. I've only been into pinball for a few years, so I'm still trying to figure out the style(s) of games I like to play the most. My other two games are Getaway (my first - and I've put just as much or more work into that one as JP), and AFMr LE (my personal #1 on the list of pinball). I would consider both of those games to have lots of flow with multiple ramp/loop shots. JP is a little more stop and start, and working your way through the sequential modes. Not saying that it is bad, but for some reason it just doesn't appeal to me as much.
I will say that reaching CHAOS mode and shutting down the system upon achieving all of the objectives are fun modes, but I've achieved these a multitude of times. I think that now is the time for me to let someone else enjoy the game. Here in the last few months, I've decided that I'd like to own a modern day Stern game. I've never owned a Stern, and from my limited experience playing them they are different. They seem to have deeper rulesets that the classic DE/Bally/Williams games, and have a different feel to them. I'd like to maybe own something where I really have to work over an extended period of time to "beat" the machine. Granted, I've not yet ruled the universe on my AFMr, but that is coming one of these days.
We'll see how interest goes and I'm in no rush or pressure to move it, so it still may be mine for some time.