My gut feeling is you'll be fine. Loading makes a big difference. If the games are close to the wall, that's obviously better than if all the games were in the middle of the room. And consider that a pin might weigh 200-250+ lbs, but it is distributed over four legs that are a ways apart. A 250 lb person puts all that weight in a small spot. And the pins will help keep the load from occupants getting too out of hand because they take up a bit of space.
Building codes are pretty conservative and try to take in to account weird loadings and situations. But you can't design for every possible scenario. If the beams have any lateral bracing, you'll be in much better shape than if there's none. The beams in my home are doubled up about every 4', and that also helps. How old is the home?
Now if you said you were having a pinball dance party with 35-40 people jumping around the games, I might give a different answer.