Just curious what was everyone's first pinball game they remember playing. Mine was T-2. I am 36 and bowled on a youth league when I was younger. They had a small arcade in the back with an assortment of games that were rotated out often. I do remember them having some type of older mid 80's Williams pin but don't remember what it was. They had more video games then anything and growing up in that era, that is what I gravitated to more. Mortal Kombat, Cruising USA, Killer instinct were all video games I remember them having and I loved playing. One day they swapped in a T-2 pinball. The artwork was cool looking and it got me interested. I tried playing it several times and was never good at it. My quarters would only last a minute or so and I had no technique (still don't). I remember watching some older kids play it and shooting the cannon which I thought was so cool and I wanted to do that so bad and get multi ball like they did but never could on the game. Games were 50¢ but I sucked and still blew through lots of my parents money on it. I still preferred videos though over pinball, mainly because I was better at video games. Wasn't until many years later that I played my 2nd pin, an Addams family that I started to really enjoy pinball.
So what is everyone's first pinball they remember playing? Were you hooked on it from the first time or did it take many different games to get bitten by the pinball bug?