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Stuck on a desert island with just ONE GAME...

By JakeFAttie

12 days ago


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    #1 12 days ago

    Which would it be?

    (also the desert island happens to have a great off-grid solar power system including a giant battery bank and a perfectly level, climate controlled game room)

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    #2 12 days ago
    Quoted from JakeFAttie:

    Which would it be?

    Probably Hercules, so I could use it as a makeshift shelter.

    #3 12 days ago

    Where does the power come from?

    #4 12 days ago

    How will it be level?

    #5 12 days ago

    Do I have steady power from a natural gas power plant or do I have intermittent power like solar?

    #6 12 days ago

    Metallica !

    #7 12 days ago
    Quoted from titanpenguin:

    Where does the power come from?

    pure mechanical games only, so I'm going with Rockola World Series

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    #8 12 days ago

    Twister, and I don't mean the pinball machine.
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    #9 12 days ago

    TSPP. It's my all time favorite. Deep enough to keep me going forever.

    #10 12 days ago

    Am I all alone? Stern Playboy with the "alternate" photo sets.

    #11 12 days ago

    it just has to be Gilligan , surely.

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    #12 12 days ago
    Quoted from ThatGuyBo:

    Am I all alone? Stern Playboy with the "alternate" photo sets.

    Will an extra curvy piece of driftwood work?

    #13 12 days ago

    This one’s been waaay played out over the years, so how about your on the island and Flipinout Pinball is going to parachute a pin down. Which pin would make you try to swim across the shark infested waters even though you know they will eat you, but you still don't care, you just want to get far away from that pin. Mine is GF.

    #14 12 days ago
    Quoted from titanpenguin:

    Where does the power come from?

    Yea no power there maybe on battery lol

    #16 11 days ago
    Quoted from JakeFAttie:

    Which would it be?
    (also the desert island happens to have a great off-grid solar power system including a giant battery bank and a perfectly level, climate controlled game room)

    In that case, Elton John CE.

    I’ll use the palm tree leaves as a make shift ceiling for the projector.

    #17 11 days ago
    Quoted from Mr68:

    Twister, and I don't mean the pinball machine.

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    We have a winnah!

    #18 11 days ago

    Popeye so I could make a raft to get off!

    #19 11 days ago
    Quoted from Mr68:

    Twister, and I don't mean the pinball machine.

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    And then reality sets in.....

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    #20 11 days ago
    Quoted from Trekkie1978:

    Do I have steady power from a natural gas power plant or do I have intermittent power like solar?

    You will have to harvest your farts, so we have to assume steady food supply.

    #21 11 days ago

    Venom pro

    #22 11 days ago

    Is this your answer to the OP’s question or the Flipinout parachute drop?

    #23 11 days ago
    Quoted from Strummy:

    And then reality sets in.....
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    Many years ago I sold my hot tub to a guy that was just recently divorced. From his comments and enthusiasm as he hauled the tub away, it told me he imagined it would be fully stocked with women and champagne, 24/7.

    Ah, reality.

    #25 11 days ago
    Quoted from titanpenguin:

    Where does the power come from?

    Coconuts

    #26 11 days ago

    Game of Volleyball?
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    #27 11 days ago
    Quoted from Mr68:

    Twister, and I don't mean the pinball machine.

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    and no need for toppers ...

    #29 11 days ago
    Quoted from Mr68:

    Many years ago I sold my hot tub to a guy that was just recently divorced. From his comments and enthusiasm as he hauled the tub away, it told me he imagined it would be fully stocked with women and champagne, 24/7.
    Ah, reality.

    You never know, maybe he has a great stash of cocaine, history of cocaine parties, and that's why his wife left him.

    #30 11 days ago

    Or this is reality.

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    #31 11 days ago
    Quoted from RyanStl:

    You never know, maybe he has a great stash of cocaine, history of cocaine parties, and that's why his wife left him.

    yeah... because that will definitely work...

    #33 11 days ago
    Quoted from JakeFAttie:

    I do point out that most of those posts are 10 years old and there's been a whole another golden age of pinball since then.

    I believe the answer was and will forever be Giligan's Island.

    #34 11 days ago

    Whatever it is, make sure it has Stern Insider connected. You can check out past threads or call for help.

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