From a play and never get bored point of view, the practical side would say TSPPP. That and it was a present from my Mom means it has its sentimental value. Although once I drop a tremendous amount of money into my Pinbot, that'll probably fall into that category as well, and then it gets dicey.
Still like my two Gottlieb pins, and Xenon is not goin anywhere,
so someday my Bally Lost World may find a new home in the future (not now though).
I used to say my 1st game I got would never be sold BOP, but being my collection has gotten bigger and better with time and the fact that I never play BOP I'd have to go with GNR. It took me over a year to find one in the condition for the price that didn't sell in 24hrs or less, so I could find another BOP later much easier if I had to.
All of my pinball machines are for sale except one:
My best game 191,000 with 47 balls played.
Going for the world record, which is a million.
Bearing in mind your other two games are Time Warp and Road Kings, it's not hard to believe that this is no joke
Baywatch is a great game, for sure...
To answer the OPs question though, I simply find it impossible to imagine and to answer... easier is to answer which is the first game I'd sell: Road Kings
That is funny, I own a Time Warp and Road Kings and enjoy both of them. Road Kings will never leave and I've owned 53 pins in the past 20 years and played most everything. To each his own, even Monster Bash went down the road. Great light show and beautiful to look at, just did not care for the gameplay or the call outs from the Wolfman, annoying.
I find it hard to imagine why anyone would enjoy or like this game... the only reason I've got one at the moment is because I had a 4 pin deal come up, and it was part of that deal... As you say, each to his own... The other three were Mousin Around, Earthshaker and Dr Dude... IMO Road Kings was definitely the runt of that litter... I certainly respect the fact that you like the game though...
Pinballslave, I think you should give Road Kings a chance. How many games did you put on it? Did you shop it out and tweak it to perfection? It's actually a little adrenaline rush machine, simple fun. How often did you fight the Road King? How many Megascores did you accumilate? Make sure you get the bonus multiplier, and the sounds after losing the ball are awesome. I usually keep a machine for a few months to get to know them, before making judgement and glad I have. I was counting Stern Spiderman out, until the code was finished and glad I waited, one great machine along with LOTR. I kept them a few years. There is a lot of hidden gems out there that people don't spend the time to get to know, there loss. I played the hell out of my buddies Dr. Dude and never got that one, but until I would own one would never pass judgement. But to each his own, it what makes the world go around and I'm sure we can agree we both like pinball. Bud:30...... gotta go play some pin.
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