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Would you play an em at location for $1 per game?

By metalguy

5 months ago


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    #25 5 months ago

    Probably? There isn't any pinball on location that I'm aware of in my hometown. Being an EM guy it's always exciting when you see one out in the wild. So if I happened upon one I'd probably put a couple games on it. Depending on the game that may be the end of it but I'd have to at least feed it a couple bucks.

    #35 5 months ago
    Quoted from Snowyetti:

    Yes I would if I’ve never played it absolutely yes!! Because a dollar is the new quarter

    Exactly.

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    #46 5 months ago

    If you see an EM on location that is in good condition. It's at the very least 44 years old. It's either a survivor or been lovingly restored/maintained. I'm not sure everyone enjoys them but It deserves a dollar a play I think.

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    #95 5 months ago

    I always have to remind myself on Pinside that being an EM guy, I'm in the minority. It often shocks and saddens me a little at the general disregard for these pieces of history. To me they are functional pieces of playable art but seen by many as old and unwanted trash. The constant comments of you couldn't pay me to play one or I want to convert this one to digital using my Raspberry Pi are frustrating.

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