Here are a bunch of pics from MPE 2015.
Prices for all games are listed.
Happy Clown - this game was in really good condition for it's age. The lighted, changing playfield inserts worked, too.
The Hobbit was set to 2 balls per game.
Game was fun, even with the current code.
While watching the Orcs popping out of the playfield when someone else is playing, you think to yourself "Froto look out, there's Orcs about", but when you are actually playing they are much more random feeling. Pretty fun to knock each one out on the first try.
The battle axes are so cheesy - I hope they replace them before the game comes out.
Gottlieb Strikes N Spares - fun playing this title again. The oversized pinballs roll slower than the regular ones. Great game to break up a same-same collection.
Great to see an Atari Gauntlet. Super fun Dungeons and Dragons style game that 4 players can play as a team.
Back in the day, that thing EARNED!
Fireball II $2000 - this game had good LEDs that kept true to the "mood" of the game on the playfield, nice job.
EDIT: as many of you emailed me, this is the Fireball II with the bad LEDs. Sorry about the mix up.
Haunted House - Mr Bates must have lit the house all in pink whenever he was dressed as his mother.
A pair of nice looking Caribbean Cruses. You say kærɨˈbiːən, I say kəˈrɪbiən.
A little bit of planking, but you normally don't see them this nice.
Almost no vendors at the show, unfortunately.
No Marco, no IPB (obviously), no CPR, no Rottendog, no Cointaker, no nothing.
Abel Electronics brought WOZ and Hobbit (thank you!).
Electric Circuit brought some old coin doors and circuit boards, but they were covered by blankets.
If you came to buy parts, rubbers, glass, playfields, displays, LEDs or any of the usual stuff, sadly, this was not the show for you.
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