Problem with funspot is condition. Plain and simple you’re going to see a lot of games with some sort of key mech malfunctioning or like a flipper that can’t hit a key ramp shot.
However, if you’re willing to get down to Manchester, we got a half decent scene going.
1) Electric Avenue just opened in Manch and offers about 8 pins and they actually care about their games working. Also a good can beer selection, and wonderful owners.
2) We have some fellow Pinsiders that open their homes and (seriously awesome) collections for things like NEPL league or BPA parties.
3) You can find random pins here and there. East of Manchester there’s a Tron Pro at a burger joint. There’s an AS Pro in Concord at a bar set on $.50/play with a super generous tilt.
One step south on the map you have the Southern NH Pinball Club in Nashua which has a very extensive collection from EMs to modern Sterns. Hell, even Canobie Lake Park (half decent local amusement park) has a pinball room with a ton of modern sterns and B/W titles, most with mods like colordmd.
Lastly you can just make a day trip to MA. There’s Flat Top Johnnys and A4Cade in Cambridge which have meticulously maintained games, mostly new titles. There’s also Trina’s in Amesbury (similar to the Cambridge deal) and Salisbury beach (ehhhhhh... not as nice).
So yeah, there’s not a whole lot up north. But get to concord-manchester... maybe Nashua and MA, and options open exponentially.