Quoted from GorillaBiscuits:
no scoop, no drops, no toy, no third flipper.
Sounds like they are on the right track!
Nowhere for the ball to stop and make you watch some stupid video clip or wait for instructions is a win in my book.
Quoted from CrazyLevi:
So you are gonna buy this thing?
Would save me a ton of money over Supreme. And I wouldn't even have to switch to Geico.
That explains it then. I have the pinball mentality of an 8 year old
Why family friendly anyway? Who really cares what the lamest 10% of pinball players want.
I don't know what is family friendly these days.
When I was a kid I wanted horror and monster movies and shoot em up TV shows where at least a few people got killed and if there was a card game or gambling involved, even better!
Quoted from ForceFlow:
Half price, and it would sell like gangbusters.
That's where I'm at. I'm loving the overall look and vibe of this game, but at under $5k would be a very tempting price point.
I don't mind losing a few dollars to this hobby, as it's happened more than once when I got the NIB itch, but buying this for $7500 plus whatever takes to get it here and then trying to sell it later if I tire of it, that chunk of change lost might be a bit harder to swallow.
Quoted from o-din:
It would be with my family.
Why did politicallycorrectprogrammer's post about Family Friendly get deleted?
Used to see a little explanation to help us understand the rights and wrongs of pinside. No rules were broken that I could see.
I know, keep your mouth shut or they will do the same to you.
Sorry. Carry on......
Quoted from pcprogrammer:
I was changing it on my phone to something more clever, then it was gone. Who knows, I don't think it was deleted, just a glitch.
I thought it was pretty clever the way it was.
It's weird because it did seem like a glitch as I've tried to delete my own posts on occasion and I can't. I can edit it, but it remains just the same.
So I figured it got moderated because on my post that quoted you it said deleted as well. Certainly no pinside rules that I know of were broken. Believe me, I get reminded what they are, and very often.
Yeah, one night I think I did about 1000 of them.
Now they randomly disappear by themselves.
I still get credit for them in my overall post count though, but in reality only a fraction of those remain, so I keep trudging them along.
Quoted from Frippertron:
I like that the rules are hurry up based, so Mafia might be more fun than it looks, creating tension and pressure. Hopefully it works well.
That's what I've said all along.
Beside the simple layout, you don't have the biggest drawback of most newer games-
No where for the ball to stop to make you wait for some stupid video clip or instructions what to do next..
Truth is there isn't almost any new game you can't pick up on the secondary market for cheaper once the initial hype wears off. Except maybe LEs or in the rare case a fabulous low production machine like Supreme.
Many people were laughing and insulting at just the idea Batman66 Super LE was to be sold for $15k. But good luck finding one at that price now.
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