Quoted from jgentry:
couldn't code a bingo machine
I'm sure he could, and I understand that was a joke, but coding a bingo pinball is quite different and likely very challenging compared to a flipper game. You have to think about dozens of ways an accidental malfunction could cause an incorrect payout, something you also have to consider with a flipper game (too many replays = no good). The coders in Belgium are able to come up with dozens and dozens of unique ways to win based on a playfield layout standardized in 1951. I've got a little experience coding bingo pinball machines myself...
Spooky is an excellent company, from what I've seen and heard, and TNA is a fantastic game (from what I've played). So much so that I'm thinking about buying one. Reactor bingo?