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Let's see pics of game rooms!

By erak

9 years ago

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    #645 7 years ago

    This is my current line up of games.
    Since this is my first post I will just test the one photo attachment.
    I will post more photos of some of my 100 older pin lineups later.
    I have restored a lot of pins and have always loved this hobby.


    #653 7 years ago

    Yep. It is my virtual pinball.
    It is running 110 tables on a 40" LED screen in glorious 1080P.
    The backglass monitor is a 27" Samsung 1080P.
    It uses a real DMD for the DMD and is awesome to play.
    Nice to be able to fire up say Cactus Canyon, then switch to Big Bang Bar or whatever table you want in seconds.
    All you need is an empty pinball cabinet. Mine just happend to be an Indiana Jones I saved from the scrap yard. It was missing the speaker grill so I just bought a Twilight Zone grill off of ebay.
    Since it can play any game it really does not matter what the graphics say anyway.
    Virtual Pinball has come a long way.
    Sorry for the dark cell phone photo. But here it is running Addams Family

    1 week later
    #658 7 years ago
    Quoted from mojozone:

    Looking real nice Jerrod. you should be proud. The JP LW looks awesome.

    When I first glanced at it, I thought it was a Godzilla. lol

    #660 7 years ago

    Found some older photos of my game room with different games through the years.
    This is only a small sample of the tons of games that have come in and out of my house.
    Addams Family and Twilight Zone always stay around.

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    #662 7 years ago

    Yes, I always regret selling pins. But if I did not I would now have over 100 pinball tables with no place to put them and my bank account would be in the negative range.
    I love them all, but had a better time restoring most of them. Most of the DMD machines, which are my favorites, I kept for a year or more. The 70's and 80's pins were mainly just to restore and sell as fast as possible. I was very lucky to live in a mid sized town, for Texas anyway, that had several vendors getting out of the pinball business. I picked up most all of their machines for next to nothing at the time. Ahh, the good old days.
    I keep the Addams Family and Twilight Zone because these are the two titles that really got me back into pinball in the early 90's. Pat Lawlor was the pinball god of his day back then.

    #664 7 years ago

    Fantastic line up there.
    Always nice to see more game rooms.

    #673 7 years ago

    Awesome collection.
    Love the Mountain Dew poster.

    3 weeks later
    #750 6 years ago
    Quoted from cscmtp:

    Game/Theater Room with newest addition, Wolverine #196

    Awesome looking room.
    More pics of the poster walls please, and maybe one without the light from the projector making things blurry.
    In the first dark photo I thought you had two Spider-Man machines, but the second photo revealed the truth.

    #755 6 years ago
    Quoted from Decat:

    ยป YouTube video
    -Visual Pinball machine about 50% done. The empty Superman pinball cabinet I am putting this in is currently back in my work shed, I still need to install all buttons, motion sensor and digital plunger which are sitting in my room.
    -Popeye Pinball machine by Bally (Williams) 1994
    -Matrix Pachinko by Daiichi 2009
    -Little Pro miniature Putt-Putt redemption game 250 made by Bromley in 1990

    VP machine is looking very nice so far.
    I guess somebody has to own a Popeye. Now I know who.
    Love the Little Pro mini golf.

    8 months later
    #1210 6 years ago

    Recent i-phone photo.


    7 months later
    #1926 5 years ago

    Just finished shopping our new Elvis pin and added it to our DMD row.

    5 months later
    #2595 5 years ago

    Some of our latest photos after our pin party last week.

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    #2598 5 years ago
    Quoted from altan:

    Something is very wrong with that IJ above.... or something is very wrong what that TZ above... or something is very wrong with that Tron above....

    Yep. The Indiana Jones cabinet was free and I picked up the Twilight Zone speaker panel on Ebay.
    I figure since it has 161 pins on it, why not have a mixed cabinet.

    5 months later
    #3099 4 years ago

    Just had some additions to the lineup. Here is our EM section, Solid State section and Modern section.

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    #6974 3 years ago

    My brother and I took some closeup photos of some of our games and had them printed at a local print shop on the material they use to do car wraps with. We put them in our upper game room windows to help block out the afternoon sun and because they just look so damn cool.
    What do you guys think?
    Other photos as well to show our current lineup until Ghostbusters Premium arrives.





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    #9398 1 year ago

    Finally done moving all the machines out and replacing the carpet due to hurricane Harvey flooding.
    Just got everything back in place last week.

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    #9406 1 year ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    Looks great, how bad was your flooding.

    We were very lucky. Water only came in under the carpet and soaked the padding.
    Lots of people around us lost their entire homes.
    My cousin had 5ft of water and lost 5 pins, two cars and his house.
    It is all very surreal.

    #9427 1 year ago
    Quoted from Electronmagic:

    This is my first post, so go easy on me if I mess it up. Here's my game room!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Looks awesome.

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    #9541 1 year ago
    Quoted from Cheese_WizardPQ:

    More space for activities!

    What an spectacular looking game room.
    Looks like it would be pretty loud at times with all that wood though.

    #9564 1 year ago
    Quoted from Scar:

    A few pics of my basement, theater room, gameroom/bar.
    Did all the wood work in the theater room myself, every game was bought nonworking.
    Current Games list (not all pictured)
    1.Simpsons bowling/world class bowling on a switcher.
    2. Killer Instict 1/2 on a switcher
    3. Roadburners
    4. Blitz 99
    5. TMNT
    6. Cruis'n World duel machine
    7. NBA Jam
    8. Mortal Kombat 2
    9. Carnevil
    10. Mrs Pacman
    11. Galaga
    12. Simpsons
    13. Sunset riders
    14. Leathel Enforcers
    15. Wrestlefest
    16.60-1 set up
    17. Pub time dart machine
    Still have 2 other 4 player Konami cabs in need to figure out what to do with. And a few project games I need to finish
    Sadly my only pin is a Mr and Mrs PAC that I'm trying to get working but I'm hoping to trade a game or 2 for another pin.
    Total cost between the theater, pool table, games is $7200 after flipping some games to pay for stuff.

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