I find, I dont play for points, unless the game starts going my way, and the points begin to matter.
I dont play well enough even after 41 years of playing to envision a tournament trophy, and I am OK with
But, I too, get a bit bored with modes in some games. without mentioning any in specific, it is more then the shots, or the rewards in points, I feel I am tuned to the music more in combination.
Games like TZ, never tire me because of the Music and Toys, AC/DC as a band, I didnt care about at all, but now love the music, and how I feel when playing the pin. So Music and light, as well as I am honed in on toys, toys with a neat purpose, stay in my collection.
Tommy, because of Music and Blinders
1812, Clucking Chicken and Track.
Xmen, 2 Crazy Magnets
Roadshow, Music, and the heads.
CSI the centrifuge, and the wife will watch 24/7.
Iron Man, Magnets, Music
Thats what gets me going, but indeed, I imagine that some games for all of us, we do get tired of, especially after
completing all the modes, and the only way to make it harder, is shorten the time, or increase the shot count.
But Mousin Around...gets me good...I miss that the music, the circular chase of lights, The belief, I can relock the balls in the cheese and get the jackpot....its always soooooo close.
Whats great, is there is always someone else to enjoy what I have enjoyed in the past, their turn, and there is another game around the corner, to challenge me again.
Quoted from tamoore:
Might be the sense of 'ending' these pins have? Like, you get to the 'end'? A "been there, done that" feeling that a game like Mousin' Around doesn't have.