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Show us videos of your EM Pinball Machines!


By PinballFever

4 years ago



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#51 3 years ago
Quoted from AlexSMendes:

I ain't got time to watch all those awesome videos... please, stop!!!

Welcome amendes and I hear you! I've been watching the videos for the games I'm interested in first then hopefully the rest as I get time.

Quoted from pinwiztom:

one of my favorite AABs

Good to know. I wonder how hard it is to find this game?

Bruce

#52 3 years ago

1971 4 Square - Nice looking game.

Bruce

#53 3 years ago

1975 Soccer - backbox mechanical animation

Bruce

#54 3 years ago

1973 OXO - looks fun to play with the Tic-Tac-Toe theme

BTW, I prefer videos showing the gameplay. Not videos where someone is manually actuating the game with the ball in hand. (or even worse, plunging all 5 balls into the game at once)

Bruce

#55 3 years ago
Quoted from PinballFever:

1972 Space Time - I loved the tunnel light animation when I used to play this game!

Just got mine a few weeks ago. I've shopped it out, but I'm still working out some bugs. Great game!!! Thanks for the video.

#56 3 years ago
Quoted from Pahuffman:

Just got mine a few weeks ago. I've shopped it out, but I'm still working out some bugs. Great game!!! Thanks for the video.

Welcome Pahuffman and congratulations on getting a Space Time! Glad you enjoyed the video.

Bruce

#57 3 years ago

A few videos of some games that I've had.

1951 Genco Hits and Runs

1977 Williams Liberty Bell

1969 Gottlieb Target Pool

1974 Gottlieb Top Card

#58 3 years ago

Finally got this 1970 Gottlieb Baseball working with the help of a few Pinsiders. (THANKS AGAIN)
Put some LED blinkers in the pops for some playfield animation...I know...I'm going to EM Hell for that sin but, it's visually interesting.

#59 3 years ago
Quoted from DPhillips1965:

I'm going to EM Hell for that sin but
» YouTube video

Just wash your mouth out with soap and good to go.

#60 3 years ago
Quoted from dtown:

A few videos of some games that I've had.

Welcome dtown and thanks for posting your videos!

I especially liked the Genco Hits and Runs. Such a beautiful and charming old baseball themed machine!

This is the first time I've seen Target Pool gameplay and I was watching the pool balls light up on the backglass.

Quoted from DPhillips1965:

Finally got this 1970 Gottlieb Baseball working with the help of a few Pinsiders.

Welcome DPhillips1965 and thanks for posting your video! (LEDS and all!)

Being a baseball fan (Go Dbacks or Cards!) this game really appeals to me.

I've also linked these games to this thread.
Bruce

#61 3 years ago

1958 "3-D" - Very interesting game that was at the 2015 York Show.

Bruce

#62 3 years ago

Just a quick fly over of my latest project-the second of two Joker Poker em version. Working on a wedgehad right now, and boy does my back thank me! Pardon the music, was just in the background while I work.

#63 3 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Just a quick fly over of my latest project-the second of two Joker Poker em version.

Welcome stashyboy and thanks for posting your video! That is such an immaculate machine. I can see why this title is so highly regarded.

Will we be a seeing a gameplay video of your beautiful Joker Poker soon?

Bruce

#64 3 years ago

A classic Gottlieb Wedgehead that I have yet to play.

1963 Gigi

Bruce

#65 3 years ago

Another classic Gottlieb Wedgehead - I haven't played this one either.

1965 Kings & Queens

Bruce

#66 3 years ago

1966 Central Park - I've played this title and it's a fun game.

Bruce

#67 3 years ago
Quoted from PinballFever:

Welcome stashyboy and thanks for posting your video! That is such an immaculate machine. I can see why this title is so highly regarded.
Will we be a seeing a gameplay video of your beautiful Joker Poker soon?
Bruce

Ok, here ya go Bruce-

#68 3 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Just a quick fly over of my latest project-the second of two Joker Poker em version. Working on a wedgehad right now, and boy does my back thank me! Pardon the music, was just in the background while I work.
» YouTube video

Sample game. Nice.

#69 3 years ago
Quoted from PinballFever:

1966 Central Park - I've played this title and it's a fun game.
» YouTube video
Bruce

yes it is. I have to admit my lack of love for some of the Gottlieb 60's titles, but having restored a Central Park this year, I was impressed with the layout/game play. The outlane area has some interesting geometry. When you think you are safe, it will drain. When you think you are done, it can bounce back into play.

#70 3 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Ok, here ya go Bruce-
» YouTube video

Very nice. Looks better than new. Are those standard Gottlieb 3" flippers? They look like something else.

#71 3 years ago
Quoted from D-Gottlieb:

Very nice. Looks better than new. Are those standard Gottlieb 3" flippers? They look like something else.

Right? Yea, I wondered about them too. The game is a sample, that was pretty complete (came with all paperwork, consisting of a hand printed blueprint schematic-very delicate, layout sheets,etc, but no manual which makes sense). These are the bats that came with it, so I left them. They were a bit dirty and slightly yellowed as one would expect for a game that is almost 38 years old. They look like early System 1, so again for a transition game, might be possible.

#72 3 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Ok, here ya go Bruce-

Very nice! Did you rest the camera on the apron during gameplay?

The backglass is beautiful all lit up like that.

Bruce

#73 3 years ago

1972 World Series - A baseball themed Add-A-Ball pinball machine. (video is a bit shaky)

Bruce

#74 3 years ago

1972 Grand Slam - The replay version of the 1972 World Series AAB game.

Bruce

#75 3 years ago

1970 Baseball - another baseball themed wedgehead for us baseball fans.

Bruce

#76 3 years ago
Quoted from PinballFever:

1972 World Series - A baseball themed Add-A-Ball pinball machine. (video is a bit shaky)
» YouTube video
Bruce

One of my earlier restorations was a World Series. For some reason the backglass are usually very nice and the playfields only have wear from the kickout holes. I really liked the layout, but was a bit too easy to beat.

Yes, I had my phone propped on the apron with a bit of window putty holding in place.

2 weeks later
#77 3 years ago

1960 Gottlieb "Flipper" - I believe this was the first Add-A-Ball?

Bruce

#78 3 years ago

1954 Lovely Lucy - For the woodrail lovers. This is a nice video of the gameplay.

Bruce

#79 3 years ago

1947 Humpty Dumpty - The first pinball machine with flippers.

Bruce

#80 3 years ago

1962 Tropic Isle - I love this game!

Bruce

#81 3 years ago

2010 King of Diamonds - From Retro Pinball

Bruce

#82 3 years ago

I'm glad my Lovely Lucy made the cut! I miss her!

I like that Flipper game. Seen that game, but never the vid...thanks for posting!

#83 3 years ago
Quoted from jodini:

I'm glad my Lovely Lucy made the cut! I miss her!

Was this your Lovely Lucy? Your video?

Quoted from jodini:

I like that Flipper game. Seen that game, but never the vid...thanks for posting!

Welcome jodini! I like it too. Didn't have time to try o-din's Flipper when I was at his home.

Bruce

#84 3 years ago

1966 Cross Town - One of the all time classic Gottlieb wedgeheads (the game in this video plays great)

Bruce

#85 3 years ago

1966 Subway - Add-A-Ball version of Cross Town

Bruce

#86 3 years ago

Just finished a Gottlieb Pioneer and a Williams Ski Club

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#87 3 years ago

1967 King of Diamonds

Bruce

#88 3 years ago

1959 Queen of Diamonds - Nice game!

Bruce

#89 3 years ago
Quoted from cd1954:

Just finished a Gottlieb Pioneer and a Williams Ski Club

Welcome and nice lineup! Will you be posting videos of your beautiful pinball machines?

Bruce

#90 3 years ago

Thank you Bruce. I will be posting videos soon.
Colin

#91 3 years ago

I look forward to seeing videos of them.

I couldn't zoom in the picture you posted to tell but these three machines look like they're in new or restored condition. It's definitely a beautiful sight to see a lineup like that in person all lit up and room lights dimmed.

Thanks again Colin.
Bruce

#92 3 years ago

1965 Paradise - I was admiring a photo of one all lit up and looking like new. This is a beautiful machine I wouldn't pass up owning.

Bruce

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