Quoted from FawzmaGames:
Try not to take offense
no offense taken. Just providing some feedback from an avid analytical pinballer. We all need to know our weaknesses and out strengths.
I am a bad communicator online but know quite a bit about pinball, good ruleset, proper risk v reward, score balancing, what makes pinball fun, and things that make it much better codewise.
You dont have much experience with commonalities and best practices for standard things for the framework of pinball, but you have some great novel ideas for rules that are different than things that are commonly seen.
We can both work on getting better I would hate to see the failure point of this game be things you can refine in the code but have not seen the benefit of due to lack of experience.
If you want to swing over to madison, we can play a TON of games and take the glass off and I am happy to show you all sorts of things that would fall into the 'best practices category' for pinball framework. Take what you like and use that experience to make the game better instead of being defensive.
No offense intended.