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P3s are on location at Dave & Buster's in Austin!

By gstellenberg

2 years ago

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#1 2 years ago

We're super proud to announce that Dave & Buster’s in Austin is now showcasing P3 machines with Heads Up! (a new P3 game head-to-head gameplay) in its Austin, TX location. This is a groundbreaking accomplishment that highlights a resurgence in the popularity of pinball and helps Multimorphic achieve its goal of bringing modern pinball experiences to gamers of all ages and interests.

See the full announcement and video here: https://www.multimorphic.com/news/dave-busters-showcases-the-p3/

Please get out and play these machines (and/or go to your local D&B and ask that they get them). They've given pinball a chance again. Help show them they're making the right decision!

- Gerry

#24 2 years ago

Thank you, everybody! We appreciate the support and can't wait to see where this goes. Hopefully it's just the first of many big steps for pinball with the broader public. Please reach out to your local D&B to tell them how much you'd enjoy seeing pinball and P3s at all of their locations.


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Not only that but some impressive new light effects on the cabinet and new art!

Thanks, jwilson! Eric Ridgeway did a fantastic job with the artwork.

- Gerry

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#35 2 years ago
Quoted from cjmjmm2006:

Gerry, I'm so happy for you guys. I know the work and dedication you have put into this concept. Let me know how it's going and I will make our regional Dave and Buster's ownership aware of what you're doing!

Thanks Chris. The depths you go to to support each and every mfg is unparalleled. Thank you for believing in us and for offering your support.

- Gerry

#41 2 years ago
Quoted from SDTMinSTL:

I just sent a letter to D&B corporate thanking them and encouraging that they expand the program nationwide. I figure every little bit helps.

Great idea. Thank you for your efforts, Jason!

- Gerry

#52 2 years ago
Quoted from Mbecker:

Congrats Gerry! Super cool to see this, and the cab lighting is looking rad- very cool idea that works well at a location like that.

Thanks, Mike. I was watching two D&B techs test play the machines the other day, and they had the best reactions when they realized the cabinet lighting effects are integrated into gameplay. You can't really see your own cabinet's lights when playing, but you can tell what's happening on your opponent's machine for sure.

- Gerry

3 months later
#121 1 year ago

One of the things locations love about the P3 is the ability to periodically change the game to keep things fresh. After a few months of running Heads Up!, the P3s at D&B are now running Cannon Lagoon in redemption mode. So far we're really pleased with the earnings on both games, and we now know that both Heads Up! and Cannon Lagoon can out-earn [all] other pinball machines significantly in these types of environments.

If you're on the fence about putting a P3 on location, we can refer you to multiple operators to hear their experiences, and we can help you decide which P3 game(s) make the most sense for your location. Lexy is great for fans of traditional pinball, whereas games like Heads Up! and Cannon Lagoon appeal to a much wider audience. Of course we also have more games coming soon... both traditional and non-traditional.

- Gerry
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#125 1 year ago

Hi Mike,

The best P3-related reason to come to Austin would be to come by the Multimorphic factory (in Round Rock actually) and, if you're willing to sign an NDA, see some of the exciting new things we're working on!

- Gerry

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