I could use some help in trying to decide what to buy next. Here's what I've been looking at:
No Good Gofers
I've played all of the tables above except No Good Gofers. I've seen enough No Good Gofers streams to know that it's a game I'll enjoy. Bowen's tutorial makes it seem like there is only one way to go about scoring points in a tournament. But still seems like fun and hard to find fault in a well-ranked Pat Lawlor design.
I love Fish Tales for the theme and interesting layout. In fact, the theme alone is almost an easy sell. It seems like there is 2 ways to play: Super-jackpot or Rock the Boat. I have fun playing it on-location I'm just not sure if it'll last that long in-house.
The Flintstones (cartoon converted)
I played recently and fell in love. I'm not really a fan of Flintstones although I watched it on Saturday mornings growing up. Super fun layout, cute artwork, simple rule-set, and kid friendly (I have a 5 year old who I think would love all of the dinosaurs).
World Cup Soccer
Super fun layout with an achievable wizard mode. I beat Germany 2 weeks ago which was ridiculously satisfying. I think I'd be fine playing this pin often but not sure how long it would last in my collection. The toys and layout are so dang fun which is why it's still on my buy list even after beating it.
Let me know if you have any insight, thoughts, concerns, comments, etc... all feedback appreciated!