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What will spooky s next game be?


By mrgone

4 years ago



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#18 4 years ago
Quoted from extraballingtmc:

you realize rz will take 2016-18 to build right?

charlie proclaimed 18 month build, which would put the next game in production in August of 2017.

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#90 4 years ago
Quoted from benheck:

AMH wasn't perfect

Yes, but it's pretty darn good. There's something to be said about bill paxton and LOST giving you design practice so you could hone in on a good title like AMH. I can't wait to see you design another title.

#99 4 years ago
Quoted from mnpinball:

Alice wants a pinball. He loves pinball and is involved with the Phoenix Arizona tournaments at Cooperstown.

Don't know if Spooky would consider another music pin back to back but ya never know

Madison is in Wisconsin, Milwaukee is in Wisconsin....

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#134 4 years ago
Quoted from kaneda:

The issue might be this: video game properties are best enjoyed within their own medium. For example: I LOVE STREET FIGHTER! But the pin version? Same with Mario. People are used to controlling the characters they love...not sure pinball is the right medium for video game properties

Both were designed by gottlieb around the same time, which is when DMD first came out. The right designer can make any theme work, even video games. So long as you have a good story to tie into hitting things on a playfield, it can work.

Take Street fighter for instance, you're basically hitting a target, or a scoop, or a ramp to defeat an enemy. Now imagine if you took a layout like champion pub, and there's curved walls that make the ball jump (like in the game), and targets are hit for special moves like fireballs.

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