Hey Pinsiders! If you've ever wanted to play some rarely seen games, please join us for the Play Your Heart Out Tournament to Benefit Python Anghelo in Orange County on 3/22.
You'll be able to play some of the storied games that never made it past the prototype stage from Bally/Williams, Capcom, Gameplay, Gottleib and Data East.
See how Pat's last (unfinished) game at Williams has a much more "pinball style" layout that other P2K titles, and combines strategy in a unique way with shooting skills.
Listen to the awesome soundtrack of Krull, and play it's three levels including its apparently distant lower playfield.
Try your skill doing away with gangsters, with Kingpin's clever "power mode" flippers that reduce in power as you die.
Check out Joe Kamikow's Loch Ness monster, complete with doorbell and a rotating model of nessie hidden in the lake.
See if you can defeat the giant ape with a King Kong sized flipper.
Take a peek at the PG-13 rated games, which are not for those who are easily offended (or have any taste at all).
There's even a very early prototype of a Python game I can pretty much guarantee you've never played before!
OC pinball leaguers: a few of these games are being brought out for this event only; they haven't been seen at previous league meetings or parties and are unlikely to show up again in the future.
Hope to see you there!