(Topic ID: 269544)

Mono-Targets: A Poll


By westofrome

49 days ago



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    Topic poll

    “Mono Targets”

    • No 4 votes
      17%
    • Hell no 3 votes
      13%
    • Jesus Christ, Stern 15 votes
      63%
    • Yes, and while you're at it consider the mono-flipper 2 votes
      8%

    (24 votes)

    #1 49 days ago

    Mono Targets: A Poll

    #2 49 days ago

    One sided poll , if your looking for a negative outcome mission accomplished

    #3 49 days ago

    I don't mind either way. Was Last Action Hero the first to have one?

    #4 49 days ago

    I think it looks dumb fo sho, but I understand their thinking. I guess blame them for not making the targets actually work independently of each other.

    Quoted from chad:

    Was Last Action Hero the first to have one?

    Does it have one?

    #5 49 days ago

    Who cares

    #6 49 days ago
    Quoted from TheLaw:

    I think it looks dumb fo sho, but I understand their thinking. I guess blame them for not making the targets actually work independently of each other.

    Does it have one?

    Behind the drops. Long hazard bar with a micro switch on either end.

    #7 49 days ago
    Quoted from transprtr4u:

    One sided poll , if your looking for a negative outcome mission accomplished

    How could anything positive come from a monotarget?

    -1
    #8 48 days ago

    Bump for the bold innovation of TMNT, never seen before: 2 mono-targets.

    #9 48 days ago

    Please add to your poll “have no idea what the f mono-targets are, but as always looking forward to being enlightened by the Pinside community”

    #10 48 days ago
    Quoted from branlon8:

    Please add to your poll “have no idea what the f mono-targets are, but as always looking forward to being enlightened by the Pinside community”

    That's my vote too!

    #11 48 days ago
    Quoted from branlon8:

    Please add to your poll “have no idea what the f mono-targets are, but as always looking forward to being enlightened by the Pinside community”

    It's taking away multiple stand up targets next to each other, and replacing them with 1 long target, with multiple switches behind it.
    If you are familiar with Metallica, the fuel targets on the left were replaced by a mono target on later editions I believe.

    #12 46 days ago
    Quoted from Tomass:

    How could anything positive come from a monotarget?

    .....its the cheapest way to go?

    #13 46 days ago
    Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

    .....its the cheapest way to go?

    Yep. That's definately not a positive.

    #14 46 days ago

    If you picture a pinball playfield like pie slices with the crust at the beginning of the shot - i.e. the target (ramp, etc.), and the pointy end between the flippers, I think the “entrance” to these “monotargets” are not larger than a ramp or other “target”. So maybe these monotargets make sense - in terms of size of target.

    I will say, though, that hitting side targets and seeing each target light as you hit it, is a lot of fun. It’s even more fun with drop targets. Ok, I changed my mind, monotargets stink.

    #15 46 days ago

    As a player, I like them. It's easier to hit than small individual targets.

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