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Quoted from Rolls-Royce:
I wonder who will be the 1st of us to post pics here in our thread...
There you go.
There's been a Pro on site in a craft bar in the UK since last Friday.
I spent all Saturday in there, but only put half a dozen games on Munsters as I found it so boring, the rest of the time was spent on The Beatles - a far superior game, and it wasn't just me. People were queuing for TB, rather than play Munsters, it was the least played game on the ground floor. Other games on the ground floor included IMdn, PotC JJ, DP, SW, GotG, DI, BM66.
Quoted from Bublehead:
My big question to everyone who gets a new Munsters, or any NIB or used pin, do you not take the glass off and run it through everything with your fingers, or is that the unspoken, you better never admit you have done it, most sacrilegious, blasphemous thing you could ever admit to doing in pinball? Just asking for a friend...
The biggest thrill/enjoyment I get from any machine I play for the first time is discovering the rules/features through playing. I generally will try and avoid all rules sheets and tutorials for at least a couple of weeks, then I'll read some rule sheets to see if there's anything I haven't discovered, or a different strategy.
I'll only ever take the glass off and trigger features if I'm about to sell/return a machine and there's a feature I haven't seen. (I've only ever done it twice - to reach Gauntlet on PotC & Lymans Lament on MB).
But if anyone wants to take the glass off, put rubbers across the outlanes, set the game up steep, set the game up shallow, that's their prerogative and good luck to them.
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