(Topic ID: 238424)

Munsters........ my biggest pinball let down of the ???

By hoby1

8 months ago

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  • Latest reply 7 months ago by bigd1979
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“Munsters, is it a hit, flop or somewhere in between”

  • Excellent game and a keeper 60 votes
  • OK... but will never be a top 10 88 votes
  • Not somthing I would want to own 173 votes

(321 votes)

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#26 8 months ago
Quoted from stevevt:

Although Munsters isn't done yet, I don't think anyone should compare it to anything Lyman has done.

This is what gets me about people saying code is still early, it's not done, there will be updates, polish, etc. History tells us from Dwight games Munsters will not turn into something awesome as Lyman's game have and why I didn't buy Munsters and am not holding my breath on it.

#62 8 months ago
Quoted from jawjaw:

I don't know why they couldn't do something like ACDC with real flippers and full size ball. I don't know why there are separate buttons for the lower pf either. The cool thing is you can save a bunch of money and get the pro. It's exactly the same game without the lower playfield.

I'm thinking the reasoning behind the mini-flippers and mini-balls is because they wanted to put as much as possible down there, which they did, and there wasn't room for full size bats or balls. I think they made the right decision because the AC/DC lower PF is boring as hell. They used separate buttons because they have it coded to play the upper and lower playfields simultaneously.

#63 8 months ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Someone want to give this guy a clue?
Location earnings still matter. Operators still matter. "Occasional players" still matter.
WTF indeed.

All pinball players matter...

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#366 7 months ago
Quoted from sepins:

OK...Let's give it 1/5th.
Smart shoppers are getting Premium for $1200 more than a pro.
Decent value.

I thought street prices were $5600 on pro and $7300 on premium, so $1700 there.

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