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PHOF: What games should be at the Pinball Hall of Fame Vegas?

By HighProtein

7 years ago

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    #1 7 years ago

    PHOF: What games should be at the Pinball Hall of Fame Vegas?

    I'm here this weekend and the line-up typically has the modern classics as staple games
    and a few of the SS and DMD era that are regulars.

    What games would you like in there and or possible swapped out?

    #2 7 years ago

    All of them...

    #3 7 years ago

    I was just there this week. I'd love to see a Whirlwind, Taxi, and ES at the main location. Riviera does have a Taxi, but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit that location. I also wish some of them were in better condition, but not trying to beat that horse. I visit Vegas every couple years and the Funhouse seems to be in a little better shape every time I go. The AFM has really strong flippers and played well other than some lights not working. I put more than a few quarters in the Tron LE which still plays pretty well, but could use a good cleaning and some Cliffy love. Got my first chance to play X-Men and hated it. Just seemed like a cluttered mess. We made one last visit Thursday night before our return flight and there was a film crew there. Not sure what they were filming. Does anybody know? Had a great time and still wish I could buy an official PHOF t-shirt.


    #5 7 years ago

    I'd love to see these one day:

    AMH, PM, AB, BSD, TS, BBB, C, Corvette, Jolly Park, Fathom, and BH (repaired) .

    Plus some more classic Woodrails like Queen of Hearts, Dragonette, Mystic Marvel, Daisy May
    Wishing Well, Frontiersman, Wishing Well, Derby Day, Hawaiian Beauty, Gypsy Queen, or Diamond Lil.

    #6 7 years ago

    Challenger Gottlieb 1971 and Joust Williams 1983 side by side.

    #8 7 years ago

    Whatever games Tim wants there?

    #9 7 years ago

    I was just there yesterday, direct from my first Expo. Nicely complementary collections. I've seen pinball heaven and it is good.At the HOF, money is best spent on the best restored games. Lots of Super-Bands, even on a few slingshots. This longtime B/W 90's owner (and recent AC/DC buyer) loved seeing all the Sterns (except Mustang and ?) in one area to learn and compare. There were way more people than I have seen in the past. The taxi loader at the hotel and the cab driver knew the exact address. Pinball is growing! As to the next games: Lebowski and Big Melons.

    2 weeks later
    #10 6 years ago

    Current walk thru minus STLE, WOZ and a few others...

    #11 6 years ago

    I was there again recently. There is a good selection of games already.Some just need a tune up and the sound turned up on them.Appreciate Tim's efforts At the Phof.

    They need some more Ballys. 76' to 82"

    #12 6 years ago

    They need some Zaccaria pins that's for sure. I don't think they have even one.

    #13 6 years ago

    I never go into the PHOF thinking "Man, if only they had ____ pin!"

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