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Ticket Tac Toe club! All owners welcome! :)

By pinballfan2000

1 year ago


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#1 1 year ago

Hi everybody,
I know that Ticket Tac Toe is redemption game (with flippers), not a pinball, but.. I thought it would be nice to create club for Ticket Tac Toe
All owners welcome !
Peter

#2 1 year ago

I don't have one myself , but it is a fun game. Trying to make the last hole can be tedious and upsetting.

#3 1 year ago
Quoted from chad:

I don't have one myself , but it is a fun game.

I have never played that game, but playfield looks really fun

Quoted from chad:

Trying to make the last hole can be tedious and upsetting.

Why upsetting?

Added 20 months ago:

(EDIT) I played Ticket Tac Toe yesterday on Visual pinball, it's really fun, I agree with you, chad !

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#6 1 year ago

Does any one know how much these originally cost in 1996? Just curious how the price would have compared to Safecracker when they were both new? We got ours a couple of months and have really enjoyed the game so far. We usually play knockout tournaments, whoever hits the last hole wins the round. We play series of 3 or 5 depending on how much time we have. I still am working on hitting all 9 holes in 9 consecutive shots. Very difficult and I did come close a couple of times.

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#7 1 year ago

Hello fellow TTT owners! I just found this club. I have a TTT which I picked up in 1999 and is HUO! I bought it from someone who won it as a sweepstakes prize of some kind.
I got Steve Kordek and Cameron Silver to sign the translite years ago at Expo which was pretty cool. Cameron was saying that during development in 1995/1996 all the other people working on games at WMS were getting very annoyed at hearing the jackpot tune over and over...

I always thought it was a great pinball training machine for kids and others new to pinball. If you drain the outhole kicks the ball back. You can keep playing until you shoot a hole. And it trains you to aim for specific holes. My kids loved it when they were small and I even had it loaded with tickets which really completes the experience but makes a big mess...

I recently upgraded it with LEDs, NVRAM, clear sling rubber and Superbands. What are the chances that ColorDMD will do a release?

I keep thinking that I should sell it but keep changing my mind. Its too nice to part out and it looks great beside Safecracker!

Nick

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#8 1 year ago

Awesome condition game! Mine did not come with a coin box to catch the coins. Does anyone have a picture? Just wondering if it is a standard arcade coin box or special to Ticket Tac Toe? I agree it is especially fun for kids and people new to pinball.

#9 1 year ago
Quoted from plinde1:

Awesome condition game! Mine did not come with a coin box to catch the coins. Does anyone have a picture? Just wondering if it is a standard arcade coin box or special to Ticket Tac Toe? I agree it is especially fun for kids and people new to pinball.

This is the correct coin box - it’s the standard one for arcade style over/under coin doors

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#10 1 year ago

I picked my TTT up from a former WMS designer several years ago. Took it to Expo in 2016 along with my SC. This particular TTT is unique in that it's built into a SC cabinet. It is also equipped with a gumball dispenser and software.

You can see some of the custom animations for this game. The "win gumballs here" is in the attract mode. The "2 gumballs awarded" with the TZ gumball machine animation is displayed when you complete all 9 squares. The dispenser will then dispense the displayed number of gumballs as checked by a rotating disc and optos in the chute.

I also have several different playfields they had made to decide which color combinations they liked the best. Interestingly, the colors on the cabinet do not match the production playfield colors of red/purple. But it does match the one installed in my game which is kinda lavender/pink.

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#11 1 year ago

Thanks for sharing the coin box picture! The gumball Ticket Tac Toe is very cool!

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#12 9 months ago

In effect, cool pictures !
Funny game.
I'm looking for pdf documentation, is there any link for download it ?

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