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ONE game from each decade: What's in your collection?

By Grayont

2 years ago


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    #51 5 months ago

    1950's Dragonette (Gottlieb)
    1960's Sing-a-long (Gottlieb)
    1970's Superman (Atari)
    1980's Fireball II (Bally)
    1990's Medieval Madness (WMS)
    2000's Spiderman (Black) (Stern)
    2010's Total Nuclear Annihilation (Spooky)
    2020's Rick And Morty (Blood Sucker Edition) (Spooky)

    #52 5 months ago

    1960's Bank-A-Ball(I want the one at the York 2023 show... beautiful!)
    1970's Paragon (Art and gameplay... NOT SOUND!)
    1980's Torpedo Alley! (I'd pick Whirlwind but it just misses the cutoff fand this is the most 80s game ever (sorry Buffalo Pinball)
    1990's Star Trek The Next Generation (Best Game Ever!)
    2000's Lord Of The Rings (To Waaaaaaar!)
    2010's Star Wars Comic Art Premium (Best Theme... Best Art Package... throw in the topper for me)
    2020's Godzilla! (Because of course!)

    #53 5 months ago

    1960's-have not got into
    1970-Atari Superman
    1980-Space Shuttle
    1990-STTNG
    2000-Spiderman
    2010-X-MEN LE(Magneto)
    2020 current-Godzilla Premium/LE

    #54 5 months ago

    I had this theme going when I first got back into pinball when the kids moved out…..but then I wanted to try more!!
    This was the line up

    1960’s SweetHearts, last Gottlieb with a gobble hole and a triple special!!!, Tied with Cross Town as it was first game I ever played at age 5.
    1970’s Jacks Open, classic card theme with great gameplay, tied with Joker Poker SS version is better with its 5x bonus.
    1980’s Banzai Run, had to have one ever since I first saw it. So unique. Paragon for gameplay.
    1990’s Theatre of Magic, such a beautiful looking game such simple fun. Twilight Zone for the challenge.
    2000’s Lord of the Rings, totally immersive game that makes your fingers bleed with its long game play.
    2010’s Avengers Hulk LE, great artwork, tied with Xmen Magneto for its artwork and depth of the game.
    2020’s Avenger Infinity Quest LE, really love that ramp shot and the stark tower shot too. Yet to own this one!
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    #55 5 months ago

    1980 EATPM
    1990. Indiana Jones
    2000. LOTR
    2010. The Hobbit
    2020. The Mandalorian

    #56 5 months ago

    My 2 favorites 1980s and 2010s

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