Quoted from colonel_caverne:
, nope can't do it again. LOL
Hercules. Fun to look at but more of a museum piece since there's not much game there once you get past the "18 square feet of excitement" they promised and realize it's not really that exciting or fun because the giant ball moves slowly and the flippers flip like they're in molasses.
Quoted from cottonm4:
Damn. This is cool thread. I'm a relative newbie at this home owned pinball stuff. I grew up in the days of EMs and then did not play pinball for years. The entire DMD era leaves me in the dust so it is refreshing to hear from some of you more experienced types downing some pins that all I have read about so far is how great they all are.
It is nice to learn that I don't need to apologize for not liking T2, SS, or CFTBL.
Take all of it with a grain of salt as some of the ones listed in this post I absolutely love. Tastes vary greatly.
AC/DC. I like the game, but rarely played it. When I sold it, I put that money into a new TV, soundbar, Apple TV, Macbook Pro, iPad Pro, iPhone 6s+, and a couple of arcade games (Bubbles, Super Sprint). I use all of the electronics daily, and I have played the arcade games more than I played AC/DC. I am getting way more use out of that money now, and I enjoy it. Makes me wonder what I could replace Metallica and GnR with to put that money to better use.
Quoted from wdennie:
Haunted House.........pretty, but boring beyond compare!
Once you learn the rules, it's actually fairly challenging. I didn't care for it much until I actually learned what the rules of the game actually were.
But if you're just batting the ball around aimlessly, yeah, it's not that great.
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