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The Munsters Hype (Because every evening its Halloween)

By Macca101010

1 year ago

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Post #550 Munsters Premium and LE cabinet art Posted by pinsanity (1 year ago)

Post #8004 0.96 Code change summary Posted by PanzerFreak (9 months ago)

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#465 1 year ago

I'd appreciate it greatly if someone could PM the pics to me too. Missed them earlier and this game is definitely on my want list. Thanks.

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#1348 1 year ago
Quoted from tmntrule999:

I am still shocked a Scooby Doo one has never been made. Been around longer than any animated series ever and has so many fans. Plus I can only imagine how cool of a board they can create with Mystery Inc., The Mystery Machine, and all the famous Monsters


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#2218 1 year ago

As far as deep rules or not, I think it's probably best to have both in your collection. Back in the 1990s (and before) there really wasn't a home market so the games didn't need to be deep, but still fun, to earn on location at the arcades, pizza places, grocery stores, and everywhere else they used to be found. Many of those games are still fun today and a lot of times I don't want to think much when I play, just have some fun after a hard days work (e.g. my Rollergames isn't very deep at all, but it's fast and the game play and music work great for me - I aim to lock the 3 balls, get the Rollergames chant going, and hope to hit the Jackpot to get the Kick Butt song playing - its not deep at all, but it's fun and I get a sense of accomplishment all in less than 15 minutes or so). On the other hand, I do wish I had at least one deep game in my collection to continue to challenge me through the months to advance further in it to see what else I will discover. That's something particularly suited to the home environment where you will keep and play the game longer than on location. On the other hand, if all my pins were deep then I think I'd be missing out on some of the games that are really fun without being deep, particularly when I don't want to spend a lot of time or brain power understanding the rules and making selections of characters, etc. rather than just focusing on playing some straightforward pinball. My view on this discussion, for what it is worth.

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#4126 11 months ago

I keep on hearing what sounds like Paul Lynde. Is he one of the voices being used? He appeared in several Munsters episodes.

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