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New Pinball From China!

By Staffan

3 months ago

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    #1 3 months ago

    This just came up on facebook. Could not find any more info. The picture show it includes "sprsial" "speccial" & "avances"
    Info in the facebook post:
    "New Pinball From China!
    Welcome to inquiry!
    Gamecol Animation!
    whatsapp: Niki +8618620146355"
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    #136 3 months ago
    Quoted from Beechwood:

    Looks like a decent design, for 1976.

    Would there be any interest in this if it could be bought at a 1976 price?

    Did a little searching on Gamecol Animation and they have made a lot of different arcade machines, driving simulators etc.
    They have already exported to the US: https://usimports.info/exporter-gamecol-animation-technology-co-lt/port-of-discharge-1601-charleston-sc/importer-arcade-rev-share/data-1.html
    Might not be long before their games start to show up all over the world

    #152 3 months ago
    Quoted from screaminr:

    I think the thing everyone is missing , is that some people from China decided to make a pinball machine , they could made anything else they wanted , but they came up with a pinball machine , instead of a claw machine or a redemption machine .
    We have to be happy about that , don't we .

    Exactly! But I don't think they made it just because they like pinball. They wouldn't have made a pinball machine if they didn't think there was a market for it. And that they could sell it at profit.
    Would be interesting to know the price tag on this.
    This pin doesn't seem to offer much when it comes to the aesthetics, the layout or the rules.
    But if they stepped up a notch (or two) it could potentially be competition for the other manufacturers(!?)

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